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Transcript: Laws and Consequences Sprouts The microchip that is inserted into the citizens at birth keeps tabs on all the citizen at all times, which allows the government to control them. In the tomatoes, there is a drug that makes the people calm, obedient, and susceptible to suggestion. By making the tomatoes cheap and other food more expensive, the government is able to ensure that the people will eat the tomatoes, and receive the drugs. The propaganda shown to the citizens makes them think that The Vine has their best interests at hearts and that the tomatoes is what keeps them healthy. In Sprouts, the government is run by a small group of people called The Vine. The people of Sprouts need to eat at least one tomato a day. Right after being born, civilians get an injection that is told to be a vaccine. What it really is, is a microchip that is linked to the main computer. It keeps track of the drug level in people's body's so The Vine gets alerted when tomatoes are not being eaten and by whom. If citizens do not eat their tomato, they are first issued a warning and are told of the importance of eating tomatoes (healthy). The second time they do not obey, they will faint. Next, depending on the severity of the offence, they are taken to the "hospital", and the "doctors" take care of them there (death), or they are taken beyond The Trellis aka the outside world that the people of Sprouts are forbidden from unless forced by The Vine Laws and Consequences Cont.. What Makes it Bad The Vine says that the outside world is bad and dangerous, so the people are not allowed to be outside of the Trellis. Because of the drugs in the tomatoes and how it affects their thoughts, the people have practically no free will. Citizens are matched for marriage by health and by what pairing will lead to the healthiest offspring, and not by emotion. The rebellion group, called The Weeds by the government, tries to expose The Vine and how they are lying to the people of Sprouts. Rebellion Flag How Does The Vine Control the People Our country underwent a terrible war in the year 2450. This war lead to a famine that effected everyone in the nation. After the war was cleared, the soil was so disrupted that the only thing it could grow was tomatoes. That's when The Vine was created. They distributed tomato seeds all across the country, saving millions of lives from starvation and they eventually reigned to power. Being the country's savior, citizens bowed down while they ruled a new totalitarian government. Government Flag History The second time they do not eat their tomato, they will faint. They will faint wherever they are when The Vince is alerted of their low levels. Next, depending on the severity of the offense, they are taken to the "hospital", and there the "doctors" take care of them, which means they are put down. Or they are taken beyond The Trellis aka the outside world that the people of Sprouts are forbidden from unless forced by The Vine The Offenses: Put down= Didn't eat tomato in an effort to rebel Taken beyond The Trellis= Forgot to eat tomato more than 4 times.


Transcript: In the year 2002, the Boney family, a longtime family of grocery store entrepreneurs decides to create Sprouts which is based in Phoenix, Arizona. Later opening the first store in Chandler, Arizona After only two years of being open, Sprouts farmers market begins to expand, and opens its first grocery store in Plano, Texas. In the year 2009, Sprouts opens twenty three stores over the course of only seventeen months. Sprouts currently has over two-hundred stores in thirteen states. Citations The net profit was $30.2million, $12.5million more than the previous year. That is an 142% increase from the previous year. Sprouts also made a 20% more profit from the year before because of revenue, making a $743.8million in the year 2014. An presentation about Sprouts Farmers Market by Ashli Loeza How much money does Sprouts make a year? Applying to Sprouts Farmers Market Company Motto Company History 1.)Sprouts provides healthy recipies, as well as the nutrition facts in all of their products online. 2.) There are over 180,000 emplyees. 3.) There is an online tour of the grocery store. I would love to work at Sprouts because I value health as much as they do. I would be more than glad to help people improve their health lifestyle. Sprouts also has many vegan options! At Sprouts Farmers Market, the company deeply values health for the community. With the motto "Healthy Living for Less." Sprouts commits to helping people have the freshest produce, as well as educating people on health. In some stores, Sprouts offers free health clinics and workshops. Intresting Facts Why do I want to work there?

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Transcript: Note: Plants have various defenses against pathogens because of coevolution. Freeman, B.C. and G.A. Beattie. 2008. "An Overview of Plant Defenses against Pathogens and Herbivores". July 6,2013. Web. “Plant responses to Herbivores and Pathogens” Boundless. July 6, 2013. Web. Reece, Jane B., et al. Campbell Biology. 9th edition; International edition. Harlow: Pearson Education, 2011. Systemic Acquired Resistance Hypersensitive Response Gene-Gene Recognition Triggers a signal transduction pathway, causing a defense response. Activates hypersensitive response and systemic acquired resistance. Produces R genes (specific plant disease resistance genes) that recognize effectors (molecules from pathogens). Effectors are known as Avr (avirulence) genes. If missing specific R gene, pathogen enters and infects plant. If contains that R gene, it recognizes and triggers defense response. When Pathogens Attack The plant can protect itself by the following: Physical Defenses Ex: thorns on roses Chemical Defenses Ex: toxic compounds like Canavanine (amino acid that replaces arginine, killing organism) Mutualism-predators that defend plants Ex: Caterpillar eats leaf, leaf releases compound that attracts parasitoid wasps. Parasitoid wasps kill caterpillar. Plant Defense Activate! Fungi Note: Plants are the primary source in food webs, so defenses help reduce fatality. The Enemies Note: Hypersensitive Response signals transduction pathways that result in SAR. General defense response in organs distant from the inefection site. Protect against diversity of pathogens. The activation of SAR requires salicylic acid, which is triggered by pathogen detection. Results in heightened immunity to all pathogens in uninfected parts of the plant, Plants have developed various relationships with other organisms in communities. Plants are targeted by herbivores since they are the main food source. The main pathogens that infect plants are categorized as virus, bacteria, or fungi. Plants developed surveillance for invading enemies and protection from damage. Note: Different R genes respond to different pathogens, but if a plant does not have an R product that matches the Avr of a pathogen, then that pathogen may be virulent. Zuleima Espinosa BIO182 Note: The defenses plants mainly use against herbivores. Note: Pre-formed structures contribute to disease resistance already as responses activated by disease are self explanatory. Causes cell and tissue death near infection to stop spreading. It is a local and specific defense. Responses Activated By Disease Wall reinforcement Antimicrobial chemicals Antimicrobial proteins Hypersensitive response Endophyte assistance Herbivore Attacks and Pathogen Invasions?! Introduction Citations Pre-Formed Structures=Disease Resistance Plant cuticle/surface Plant cell walls Antimicrobial chemicals Antimicrobial proteins Enzyme inhibitors Detoxifying enzymes Receptors (activate inducible defenses) Note: Diagram explains how the defenses activate when pathogen is detected. Disease is caused by either biotic (fungi) or abiotic (pollution) factors. Plants are resistant to most pathogens due to recognizing invading pathogens and using appropriate defenses to fight them off. Virulent pathogens lead to death as avirulent pathogens causes minimal damage. Hence, avirulent is more commmon. Constitutive (continuous) defenses are typically preform barriers. They stop invasions, and give the plant strength and rigidity. Inducible defenses are plant cells that detect pathogens and respond by chemicals. Plants only produce defenses when pathogens invade because of the amount of energy and nutrients needed for production,

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Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.


Transcript: Sprout Experiment Introduction Introducution Sprouts the second evolution of a seed before turning into a plant even before it turns into a plant it still is edible. Especially with salad but you have to do it care fully and this slide will show you all the steps. Before we do that you can see the purpose me and my class did this on the ball on the right well the first step is research we have to find research about what we are doing and how we are going to do it The main purpose we actually did a project like this was because we wanted to make a farm then it escallated into a project. Before actually doing this project we had to do some research so we used the hawaiin moon calender. Purpose Purpose Research Before the experiment we must do the materials the first thing you are going to need is in the box right next to this text and if you are asking why do we have to do grab all of this materials well the research me. My class did was to first watch a video of what we are grabing to do this project and learned about the hawaiin moon calender but I already explained that to you already but not the day you should do it. The days you should do this is on the 19th Research 1. Mesh Screen 2. Mason Jar 3. Sprouting Seeds 4. Mason Jar lids 5. Water 6. Tablespoon 7. Bowls/Buckets Materials Materials Before the experiment we must get the materials the first thing you are going to need is in the box right next to this text First fill fill your mason jar with seads until it covers the bottom of the mason jar then put the mesh screen on top of the mason jar then screw on the mason jar lid and take of the part of the mason jar lid that covers the hole on the top before screwing it on. When you are done doing all of that you have to fill the mason jar with water dump it 3 times right when you do it and in the morning and before you go to sleep then put it upside down on a cloth after filling then draining 3 times after 4 days of doing it the final step is you can now eat the sprouts with a salad or another dish. Steps Steps Before me and my class actually did the steps to the sprouts we had to do a hypothesis because of the scientific method. The hypothesis me and my class had was if we plant on the Muku moon phase then we will get sprouts better than onthe 'Ole Ku Kahi mmoon phase because the Hawaiin Moon Calender said so Hypothesis Hypothesis After doing both experiments we counted our sprouts me and my class used mung beans on the good and bad moon after comparing them. The Muku moon phase was better. The 'Ole Ku Kahi moon phase sprouts were dry, and small but the Oleku kahi moon had more of the sprouts we grew than the Muku moon even if the Oleku kahi moon had more doesn't actually mean the ole ku kahi moon Experiment Experiment Analysis Analysis 9,320 Muku Olekukahi Seeds not Sprouted Seeds Sprouted Muku Olekukahi 8,935 319 Qualative Data Qualative Data


Transcript: Partners Editorial Calendar Objectives Info Graphic Local High Schools Attractions Facebook Brochure "At Sprouts, we believe healthy living is a journey and every meal is a choice. We love to inspire, educate and empower every person to eat healthier and live a better life. This isn't just a mission. It's our passion." Increase sales Help differentiate Sprouts from its counter parts Encourage customer and employee loyalty Develop community relations We are partnering with local high schools. We will be having the students volunteering at the festival We will also be offering a scholarship for the winner of our essay contest Flyer/Social Media Sprout with Us! Keep it Local! Live Oak Park Video 5701 Shemiran St, La Verne, CA 13 acres Large parking lot Existing bathrooms Close to fire station General Information Vendors Local Business/Farms 21 Hispanic, spanish speaking College student, English Major Part-time worker at Costco Tutors at local University literacy center Health conscious on a budget Gym-goer Meal preps Watches health documentaries on Netflix Likes to cook with roommates Sprouts Campaign Morgan Martinez Food Vendors Carnival Games Live Music Pumpkin Patch Amelia Sheperd Location area we are trying to reach Sprouts Mission Focus on community and shopping local Tactic 32, originally from Texas Middle Class, $60,000-$80,000 Married with two children College Educated Prefers to cook at home Teacher by day, Mom blogger by night Soccer mom who brings healthy snacks for kids Buys Organic Harvest Festival Target Audience: Psychographics pt. II Social Media cont. T-Shirts Activity Calendar Twitter Target Audience: Psychographics


Transcript: Naui .k.k. Vannatta Sprouts Hi, I'm sprouts sprouts Supplies and pictures Supplies and pictures Supplies: Supplies: To grow sprouts you will need, a mason jar, seeds, a cap for mason jar, mesh screen, PICTURES PICTURES Ole kukahi and Muku moon sprouts Muku moon sprouts Ole kukahi sprouts Sprout images Ole kukahi sprouts and muku sprouts Ole kukahi sprouts and muku sprouts 2017 ole kukahi sprouts less sprouted Muku sprouts more Sprout images Sprout images Muku moon sprouts Ole kukahi sprouts Amount of Sprouts Muku moon ole kukahi Amount of Sprouts Muku moon had more sprouts that sprouted and ole kukahi had less sprouts that sprouted Step 1,2,3, and 4 Step 1,2,3, and 4 Step 1: Gather all of your supplies Step 2: Get your jar and put seeds in it Step 3: Get your jar with seeds in it and fill it half way with water Step 4: Get your mesh screen put it on your jar then get the lid and put it on the mesh screen Steps 5, 6, 7, and 8 Steps 5, 6, 7, and 8 Step 5: You need to let the seeds sit for 8 hours Step 6: You need to drain it and rinse it 3 times then put new clean water in it Step 7: It needs to sit for 24 hrs then rinse then let it sit for 24 hrs again then rinse and 24 hrs then rinse and do those 2 things one more time Step 8: You need to make sure to rinse it then wash it 3 times so it is extra clean Steps 9 and 10 Steps 9 and 10 Step 9: When you are done with all those steps you need to count all the seeds you sprouted and didn't sprout Step 10: Put all the seeds that sprouted into a jar or zipbloc bag then put all the seeds that didn't sprout into the trash If we plant on Muku moon Phase the sprouts would probably turn out better then ole kukahi and ole kukahi sprouts will probably be worse then muku sprouts HYPOTHESIS HYPOTHESIS In conclusion , Growing, learning, Counting, and learning data was very fun to do. Conclusion Conclusion

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