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Transcript: What did you consume? Carbohydrates Carbohydrates Starches Sugars Dietary fiber Starch and sugar are energy-yielding carbohydrates as they provide the body with 4 calories of energy per gram of carbohydrate Fiber is a type of carbohydrate that cannot be fully digested because humans lack the enzymes to break it down Amylase is an enzyme found in the mouth and small intestine. it is use to breakdown starches Sucrase, maltase, and lactase are enzymes that assist in the breakdown of sugar can be found in the mouth and small intestine Digestion Step 1 Absorption Step 2 Carbohydrates are absorbed through the small intestines when they are broken down Absorbed through the upper and lower parts of the small intestine Villi are small, finger-like projections within the small intestine that absorbs the carbohydrates and is then transferred to the blood stream carbohydrates that are not full digested are eliminated dietary fibers is the most common excreted type of carbohydrate has humans does not have the enzymes to break it down Lactose is a type of sugar that is secreted if an individual lack the enzymes to digest it Elimination Step 4 Proteins Digestion Starts in the stomach in which hydrochloric acid (HCl) and pepsinogen are secreted HCl is released by parietal cells has pH of 1.6-3.2 Pepsinogen are secreted from chief cells Pepsinogen and HCl come together to make pepsin Trypsinogen Chymotrypsinogen Procarboxypeptidase Proelastase Collagenase These enzymes are part of a group called pancreatic zymogens. It is mediated by the secretion of cholecystokinin and secretin. They assists in breaking down proteins into tripeptides, dipeptides and free amino acids Pancreatic Enzymes Step 2 Peptides most common form of protein use in absorption uses active transport (requires energy) absorbs faster than amino acids Metabolized into free amino acids in enterocyte only free amino acids are absorbed into blood Peptides and amino acids in Enterocyte (small intestine) Step 3 Fats Triglyceride is one of the basic fat in human diet It consists of 3 fatty acids linked to glycerol (Monoglyceride and 2 free fatty acids) The digestive enzyme pancreatic lipase assists in the breakdown of tryglyceride into the fatty acids Emulsification plays a big role in the digestion of fats it is the process of breaking down fat globules into smaller droplets Biles created from the liver are used to breakdown fats Bile contains bile salt and phospholipids which are both amphipathic molecules Amphipathic is a straight in some molecules in which it is both hydrophilic and hydrophobic Colipase is a amphipathic protein that binds and anchors pancreatic lipase at the surface of the fat droplets Emulsification and Digestion Micelles are biles that are bound to monoglycerides and the free fatty acids They also contain fat soluble vitamins and cholesterol Micelles are 200 times smaller than the fat droplets It plays a role in transportation of fatty acids to the surface of enterocyte where they can be absorbed Micelles Step 2 Absorption Step 3 Micelles are constantly breaking down and re-forming The monoglycerides and fatty acids that are released after the micelles are broken are diffused across the plasma membrane of the enterocyte Monoglycerides and fatty acids are re-synthesized back to triglyceride The tryglycerides, fat soluble proteins and cholesterols are packed together forming chylomicrons chylomicrons are lipoproteins, they are designed to transport lipids through the circulation Chylomicrons get into circulation via the lymphatic vessels which is then drained into the large veins in the chest Chylomicrons Step 4 Travel Route Travel Route Outside Is the intestinal tract inside or outside the body? process of chewing Mastication process of swallowing Deglutition Involuntary constraction and relaxation of muscle in the GI tract to create a wave like ~~~~ movement that pushes content deeper into the GI tract Peristalsis

Preparing a PowerPoint Presentation

Transcript: Preparing a PowerPoint Presentation How to make a PowerPoint Slides How to make a PowerPoint Slides Open Microsoft PowerPoint. If a page with templates doesn't automatically open, go to "File" at the top left of your screen and click "New Presentation". To use a template, either click the "Design" tab or go to "File" again and click "New from Template". Insert a new slide by clicking on the "Home" tab and then the "New Slide" button. Consider what content you want to put on the slide, including heading, text, and imagery. Keep the amount of text under 6-8 lines (or 30 words) at a minimum of size 24 pt. Add images by clicking "Insert" and clicking the "Picture" icon. Add other elements by using features in the "Home" and "Insert" tabs on the top ribbon. Play around with the layout by dragging elements around with your mouse. How to Make a PowerPoint Presentation How to make a PowerPoint Presentation Open a blank presentation again or start from one you've already created. Open a blank presentation again or start from one you've already created. Choose a "theme" or create your own. Choose a "theme" or create your own. Create a variety of slides for different purposes. Create a variety of slides for different purposes. A Title Slide A Title Slide An agenda or table of contents slide An agenda or table of contents slide A slide that introduces the speaker A slide that introduces the speaker Various content slides Various content slides Use the Duplicate Slides feature to save you time. Use the Duplicate Slides feature to save you time. Add transitions to your slides (optional). Add transitions to your slides (optional). Add animations to your slides (optional). Add animations to your slides (optional). Save your presentation. Example 2 Save your presentation. Example 2 Run your presentation. Run your presentation. Advance the slides. Advance the slides. PowerPoint Presentation Tips PowerPoint Presentation Tips Don't let PowerPoint decide how you use PowerPoint. Don't let PowerPoint decide how you use PowerPoint. Create custom slide sizes. Create custom slide sizes. Write text with your audience in mind. Write text with your audience in mind. Make sure all of your objects are properly aligned. Make sure all of your objects are properly aligned. Use "Format Menus" to better control your objects' designs. Use "Format Menus" to better control your objects' designs. Take advantage of PowerPoint's shapes. Take advantage of PowerPoint's shapes. Create custom shapes. Create custom shapes. Crop images into custom shapes. Crop images into custom shapes. NEXT PowerPoint Presentation Tips Present websites within PowerPoint. Present websites within PowerPoint. Try Using GIFs. Try Using GIFs. Keep it simple. Keep it simple. Embed your font files. Embed your font files. Save your slides as JPEGs. Save your slides as JPEGs. Embed multimedia. Embed multimedia. Bring your own hardware. Bring your own hardware. Edit your slide template design. Edit your slide template design. Make your own PowerPoint Presentation Homework

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Transcript: PHY 145: University Physics I Career Outlook 2012-2022: +7% Job Description: Change existing software to correct errors, make it fit to new hardware and improve performance Design and make software systems, using scientific studies and mathematics. Average salary: $95,000/year Career Outlook 2012-2022: +22% EGR 190: Intro to Circuits Computer Hardware Engineer Name: Chris Hiatt Present a Custom Computer Build Cost Analysis Budget Requirements of up to $1400.00 Desktop Workstation that will be used in an office environment Average Salary: $101,360/year EGR 390: Computer system designs using HDL Objectivs EGR 120: Introduction to Engineering Custom Computer Build Why are Computer Engineers Important? Apple Microsoft Hewlett-Packard Nintendo Dell Where can I work? What Courses are Needed? The budget requirement is $1400.00 or lower depending on the hardware used. Tech building the computer at $20 per hour and a estimated time of 3-4 hours per each assembled $60.00 - $70.00 EGR 371- Robotics & Automation A minimum of four (4) processor cores on an Intel platform Two (2 ) SATA III Hard Drives or a SATA III Solid State Drive may be substituted for one of the Hard Drives. USB 3.0 Dual Network connections are required Ethernet 10/100/1000 Blue Ray Drive (with burn capability) Touch Screen Monitor What is the cost for all of this ? Apple Computer Software Engineer Average salary of $126,000 Cash bonus: $11,000 Stock bonus: $26,000 Commission Sharing: $10,000 4 year Bachelor's degree Why? They write software for computers They build computers Make video game consoles Computer Engineering Importance Discussion Education Computer Software Engineer Job description: They build the parts of the computers that you can touch What are some computer engineering careers? Hardware Requirements

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Transcript: Ask yourself: How did you get here? (Think of the life path that helped you get here) Now... more importantly, how did you... Our Campaign Components -Influence Peers -Spread Positive Opinions -Learn From One Another Orientation Goal/Mission Summative Evaluation G.O.L.D. -First Opinion (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr COMMON CORE CURRICULUM Michael DeStefano, Alisha Rashidi, Krystle Shutter & Emily Robinson Theme & Messages Budget UNCC Website Eligibility Goals & Objectives Pamphlet Goal: To improve first-year students’ on-campus involvement, after attending SOAR. Objective: To receive positive online survey responses from 70% of first-year UNC Charlotte students. Objective: To increase class registration and attendance from first-year UNC Charlotte students by 50% by Spring 2013 semester. Goal: To increase peer-to-peer and teacher-to-peer engagement in the classroom. Objective: To increase peer-to-peer and teacher-to-peer communication in first-year common core curriculum courses by 50% by Spring 2013 semester. Goal: To educate all first-year UNC Charlotte students on QEP implementation. Objective: To create QEP awareness of first-year UNC Charlotte students, so 75% of students are aware of the QEP by Spring 2013 semester Goal: To identify a correlation between the G.O.L.D. Mentor Program with QEP implementation and academic performance. Objective: To establish a GPA of 3.0 or higher during the first year of attendance at UNC Charlotte Goal: To have UNC Charlotte students use the 49er Forum. Objective: To create awareness of the 49er Forum to UNC Charlotte students, so 30% of students are aware of website by Spring 2013 semester. Objective: To have UNC Charlotte students registered for the 49er Forum, so 25% of students are using the website by Spring 2013 semester. Goal: To be accredited by SACS visitors on QEP campaign. Objective: To create QEP awareness campus-wide, so 75% of students can identify the QEP by March 2013. Local High School Seniors Freshmen SOAR Staff Professors (who teach freshmen) Growth.Opportunity.Learning.Development. The Mentorship Experience Frito -Lay Case Study Reputation Awareness Strategies & Communication Channels Online community created for students to find out what is happening around campus Monitored by student leaders and IT staff Available 24/7 through Banner ID Combination of social media and informational website -Upcoming Events -Forum Archives -Discussion Forum -Mentor Program -Course Curriculum -Discoveries Schedule Background & Primary Research Niner Times two Priority Publics Social Media -Guide Students -Find Yourself to Stake Your Claim Engage Educate Encourage Clarify Timetable Theme: Local High School Seniors Who Have Applied to UNC Charlotte: “Find yourself here: Start your new chapter in life at UNC Charlotte” Freshmen: “Find yourself here: Explore and Discover at UNC Charlotte” SOAR Staff: “Informing students of engagement opportunities, in order for them to find themselves here, at UNC Charlotte.” Freshmen Professors: “Helping students find themselves here by delivering unique educational experiences at UNC Charlotte”

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