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Transcript: Culture powerpoint of: By Zackary Bachicha New Zealand Culture New Zealand New Zealand food 1. Food In New Zealand they eat: Seafood and crawfish lamb Alcoholic beverages French fries (chips) Ice cream and fruit salad Artisan cheese pies( pot pies are most common) Cultural foods: Maori Hangi(food cooked underground in natural geothermal pools for speacial occasions) Foods cooked include: chicken, pork, mutton, pumpkin, ptatoes, sweet potatoes, and pudding. BBQ (outdoor cooking) foods cooked: Lamb, beef sausages, and poultry. Potato salad, garlic bread, and vegtable salades are also made. New Zealand's main religion is: Christian says, at least 28% of New Zealands population. 2. Main Religion New Zealands Government(s) and Money Parliamentary System Unitary State Constitutional Monarchy New Zealands Money: New Zealand dollar Uses Money symbol $ Uses euro coin 3. Government and money New Zealends Main Language New Zealands Main Language is Maori 4. Main language Nonverbal language in New Zealand Eye contact shows honesty but holding it for a long time is seen as you examining and being rude to them, some older people see direct eye contact as agressive and rude. Patting someone on the shoulder or arm helps emphasise a point. Handshaking with eye contact is a good way to greet with confidence someone in New Zealand In New Zealand people incate their feelings with facial expressions 5. Non-verbal communication New Zealands Value on Individualism New Zealand is more individualistic than collective. People in New Zealand are expected to look after their sleves and their family, they are expected to be self credible and show self integrity and initative in the work place. When they are hired employeers look at employees merit and self accomplishment. 6. value placed on individualism New Zealands Role of women 7. Role of women In New Zealand women are well respected and are allowed powerful roles. Women in New Zealeand are given equal rights and education. Discrimination of gender is illegal. Noticeably Powerful roles women have had in New Zealand: Prime minister Parliament (legistlation body in Government) roles City mayor Ceo Ann Sherry was the first women Ceo of a Bank New Zealnads Association with color The color blue on the New Zealand flag represents the Sea. Green on the New Zealand flag represents land. Black and silver represent the Maori tribe (Native tribe, indigenous to New Zealand 8. Associations with color Interesting facts of New Zealand The Stars on the flag of New Zealand represent the Southern Cross Constellation People born in New Zealand are called Kiwis, after the Kiwi bird There is 3 official languages in New Zealand: New Zealand sign language, English and Maori(main). 1/3 of the country is reserved as a national park There are way more animals than humans in New Zealand, only 5% are human. There are 10 active valcanoes in New Zealand and one is a subermarine 9. Interesting Facts

Culture Powerpoint

Transcript: The main traditional food that comes from Scotland is haggis. It is a mince type of meat that ost scottish people eat but from my point of view it isnt the best. At school I would eat fish and chips some days but other days pasta etc in the school cafeteria. Lastly at home I would eat chicken and beef at home for dinner and lunch on occasions. My City and Country I am british and from the UK. I was brought up in dubai and was born there but my whole family is from scotland, brought up in a city named Glasgow, where I lived for 3 years of my life between the age of 13-16 There is a few festivals. Firstly there is TITP. Also there is tatoo festival in edinbrugh where all the pipemen play. Clothes I wear- Golf is no doubt the most famously Scottish sport. Also football is pretty big and cycling. Football is big as everyone is so passionate about it. The team I support is rangers who seemed to lose everything but they are getting back to the top. Also cycling is big as the fastsest cyclist in the world is scottish named Sir Chris Hoy. To school- School uniform in scotland is white shirt with a supplied tie from the school with the badge of the school logo on it. Black trousers with any black or white shoes. Traditional clothing in scotland- Hobbies and sports Festivals in Scotland Languages Symbols and colours that represent my Country Everyday- Theweather in scotland is mostly cold and raining so I would normally wear joggies with a jumper in the house, however when going out i would wear jeans with a smart jumper. Clothes I wear Some places in scotland they speak gaelic. No other languages are really spoke except this and english. Traditional clothing for men is the kilt. This is a skirt that men would wear to weddings and special occasions. Culture Powerpoint Food in scotland-

Cell Organelles PowerPoint!

Transcript: Analogy : The Great Wall of China Location : On the outside of the cell. It is basically the exterior of the cell. It seperates the contents of the cell from its exterior environment. The nucleus is the organelle that controls all the activities within the cells. It is both an animal and plant cell. Its a eukaryotic cell. Cell Membrane Function : Maintain integrity of the genes & control activities of the cell. Nucleus is the control center of the cell. Cell Membrane Nucleus Cell Organelles .. Functions : The cytoplasm offers support to the cell & speeds up inter-celluar travel. It allows the cell to take up 3D space and the cells many organelles to float freely throughout. It also acts as a medium for transport inside the cell. The cell membrane is something that lets some things in and out of the cell. Its both an animal and plant cell. Its prokaryotic and eukaryotic. Cytoplasm Cytoplasm The cytoplasm is a jelly like substance within a cell, containing organelles, water & other life supposrting materials. It is both an animal & plant cell. Its eukaryotic cell. Nucleus Location : In the centre of the animal cell & plant cell. Analogy : The brain. Cell Membrane Function : Seperates the interior of cells from the outside enviroment. Its basically protect the cell from outside voices. Cytoplasm Nucleus Location : Fluid inside the cell. Analogy : Is to cell as bones are to humans. If there is no cytoplasm, there is no consistency of the cell.

Cell PowerPoint

Transcript: Structures formed by tubulin, the make up of microtubles Located near the nucleus Help to organize cell division and are only found in plant cells Organelles that convert the chemical energy in food into compounds that are more convenient for the cell to use Have two membranes "powerhouse" of the cell What are they? Prokaryotes VS Eukaryotes DNA Ribosomes Sack-like structure that stores materials such as water, salt, proteins, and carbohydrates Exists in both animal and plant cell but is bigger in plant cells due to their need of water and their inability to move for it There are some key organelles in both the plant and animal cell that help identify them. For example, centrioles are only found in animal cells while chloroplast and cell wall are unique to plant cells. Though no matter what, both contain cell membrane and carry DNA. Cell Wall Plant cells are more complicated than animal cells There is a major size difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells Eukaryotic cells are larger and more complex. They also contain nuclei which is where their genetic information is stored Though, prokaryotic cells are smaller and have structures within themselves that are far less diverse and complicated than that of the eukaryotic cells. They do not have a nucleus and rather have free-floating genetic information Golgi Apparatus Cell PowerPoint Thin, flexible barrier that surrounds the cell It regulates what enters and leaves cell while also providing protection ad support It is composed of a lipid bilayer, studded with proteins, and most importantly, it is constantly moving in a fluid manner Organelle that modifies,sorts, and packages proteins and other materials from the ER for, either, storage in the cell or secretion outside of the cell Kind of like UPS Cytoplasm Nucleolus Network of protein filaments that help the cell to maintain its shape while also being involved in movements It consists of microfilaments and microtubules, distinct protein filaments that aid in the holding up of the cell Cytoskeleton Unique powerhouse of plant cells Captures the energy from sunlight and converts it into chemical energy in a process called photosynthesis Contain their own genetic information Strong supporting layer around the membrane of plant cells, which allows certain substances to pass through It's main function is to provide protection and support for the cell in question Made from fibers of carbohydrate and protein and are mostly made of cellulose, the base ingredient in paper Response:Yes, plant cells are more complicated than animal cells do to the fact that it has more structures which withhold the cell and identify it. For example, the cell wall is a feature that can distinguish a plant cell from an animal cell as well as chloroplast, the intricate power source of plant cells. Cell Membrane Cytoplasm is basically cell goo/gel It is an area of the cell outside of the nucleus or, in the case of a prokaryotic cell, the stuff that the DNA and the other cell organelles float in It keeps the organelles from crushing or hurting themselves, for it acts like a cushion Vacuole The carrier of genetic information specific to each cell in question It is found inside the nucleus, the control center of the entire cell, but more specifically is the make up chromatin it stands for deoxyribonucleic acid Animal Cells Cytoskeleton Centrioles Nucleus Mitochondria By: Julian Perez P.3 Inside a Prokaryote Claim: Control center of the entire cell Contains basically all of the cell's DNA and instructions to make proteins and other significant molecules Covered with a double membrane called a nuclear envelope Distributes important information to the whole cell Chloroplast Site where lipid components of the cell membrane are assembled, along with proteins and other materials that will leave the cell Like Tesla, for it uses small parts to make big things Consists of both smooth (isn't covered with ribosomes) and rough (covered with ribosomes) Prokaryotes are cells that don't have a nucleus. The greek origins of the word suggest that the cell evolved before a nuclei could develop. Instead, their DNA is not contained in a nucleus and they are generally less complicated than eukaryotes. This does not mean that they are "disabled" for they can still grow, reproduce, and respond to their environment, activities commonly associated with living things. Bacteria are examples of prokaryotes. Cell Membrane Small organelles filled with enzyme The "janitors" of the cell They remove organelles that are past their prime Lysosomes also break down lipids and carbohydrates so they they can be used by the rest of the cell Lysosome Ribosomes make/assemble proteins and are found floating in the cytoplasm They are smalle pieces of RNA and protein and are attached to the endoplasmic reticulum Small and dense region within the nucleolus Where the assembly of ribosomes begins Plant Cells Centrioles Endoplasmic Reticulum Plant cells consist of many organelles

Stem Cell Powerpoint

Transcript: 1. Title page 2. Presentation Outline 3. Background Information/Stem Cell sources 4. Health Benefits & Risks 5. Ethical Issues 6. Government Standing - Research Centres must acquire private funding Sources - Extras only 7 - Harvested from donors after in-vitro fertilization 6 Ethical Issues - Similar to skin cells Risks President Obama - Allows for pluripotent cells to be derived from non-embryonic sources 2 : - Slight easing - President Obama allowed funding, but federal court ruled against it. Skin Humans playing God with their genetic code - Skin Cells Roman Catholicism - Officially opposed to embryonic sources Disease Treatment Disease cultures & drug testing President Bush Diseased culture - Come from embryos Works Cited 10 5 1 - Multi potent Embryonic Sources - Restriction on funding from cells derived after 9 PM, August 9th, 2001 Health Benefits Red Bone Marrow & Other Sources Judaism - Similar to Islam - Nothing saying it's wrong Research - Pluripotent 9 Health Benefits & Risks 8 - Must acquire stem cells from specific lines Rebuilding nerve cells Background Information (2009) Bioboard. Asia Biotech 13.3 pp 5-13. Childress, J. (2003). Human stem cell research: some controversies in bioethics and public policy. Blood Cells, Molecules, & Diseases 32, pp 100-105 Hall, S. (2011). Diseases in a dish: stem cells for drug recovery. Scientific American March 2011 pp 42-45. (2011). Hope and hype: an analysis of stem cells in the media. National Health Society. November 2011. Stolberg, S. (2009). Obama is leaving somes stem cell issues to Congress. The New York Times. March 9 2009. Presentation Outline Religion Benefits Stem Cell Research and the Debate Over Bioethics Diabetes Presented by: Connor Holcomb English 110 Prof. Garrett - Can differentiate into specialized cell based on implantation President Clinton - Undifferentiated, much potential Cancerous growth “Stem cell therapies have the potential to do for chronic diseases what antibiotics did for infectious diseases. It is going to take years of serious research to get there, but as a neurologist, I believe the prospect of a ‘penicillin’ for Parkinson's is a potential breakthrough that we must pursue. As in other areas of creative endeavor in science, the answers will come only with careful experimentation." - Joseph Martin, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Harvard University 4 Embryonic Some worry it's an abortion Stem Cell Sources: - Embryonic Sources - Adult Sources Government Standing Spinal Injury Islam - Most agree to allow Adult Sources

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