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ARC 1.0 Introduction Video American Red Cross 1.0 Learn and Act.

messages from service men and families  Provide support for the wounded military personnel in veteran hospitals American Red Cross Lines of Service Disaster Services General Facts  The American Red Cross responds to more than 67,000 disasters, which turns out to be about 150 house fires per day.  Youth have served an important part in disaster response, especially Hurricanes Gustav and Ike How can youth/


General Biology (Bio107) Chapter 9 – Genetics.

General Biology (Bio107) Chapter 9 – Genetics Genetics is the scientific study of heredity or inheritance. Every day we observe variations of heritable traits, e.g. eyes of brown, green, blue, or gray) among individuals in /PpLl PpLl Genotype Phenotypes Predicted Offspring (9:3:3:1) Observed Offspring Purple-Long 215 284 Purple-Round 71 21 Red-Long 71 21 Red-Round 24 55 Recombinants due to Crossing over events in Meiosis I Discrepancy in the phenotypic ratio is explained by the fact that the gene coding for /


Blood and Blood Vessels

disease of the newborn is an RBC-related disorder caused by a cross-reaction between fetal and maternal blood types Fetal blood supply and tissue Exposure to fetal red blood cell antigens generally occurs during delivery, when bleeding takes place at/is megakaryocyte (mega-, big + karyon, nucleus + -cyte, cell) Platelets average 350,000 ul; continuously replaced every 9-12 days. Stick together at damaged Module 17.8: Hemostasis Hemostasis (haima, blood + stasis, halt) Stops blood loss from damaged blood /


Question of the DAY DEC 6 Which cells are responsible for the passing on of genetic information from parent to offspring? A. Somatic cells B. Diploid cells.

homozygous dominant – tt, homozygous recessive heterozygous: having two different alleles for the same trait – Tt Question of the Day DEC 11 An organism with a genotype of bb is called A. Heterozygous recessive B. Homozygous dominant C. Heterozygous dominant/is completely dominant or recessive The phenotype for a heterozygous offspring is somewhere in the middle. Incomplete Dominance Cross a Red Flowered plant with a White Flowered plant. What are the genotypes and phenotypes of the offspring? Will offspring/


Reproduction system. Reproduction systems in plants Seed propagated species Seed propagated species – self-pollinated – cross pollinated – self- and cross.

or species Heterostyly A polymorphism among flowers that ensures cross- fertilization through pollination by visiting insects Flowers have anthers/ maculatum Geranium maculatum – 1st day flower – 2nd day flower Temporal Separation of Reproductive Parts (Dichogamy) Protogyny Protogyny –/, African violets, orchids Interior foliage plants - ferns, Syngonium, Ficus, Diffenbachia Woody ornamentals - red maples, Rhododendrons, Nandina Forest trees - Poplar, birch, loblolly pine Fruit trees - apple, cherry/


Tips to Stay Safe and Healthy Take a few simple steps to stay safe and help ensure that this Independence Day celebration will be an enjoyable holiday.

that this Independence Day celebration will be an enjoyable holiday for all. From fireworks to picnics, beach and travel safety, be aware of hazards. Know how to respond to emergencies. Courtesy of the American Red Cross and the National/ away from professional fireworks displays. Leave any area immediately where untrained amateurs are using fireworks. Courtesy of the American Red Cross and the National Safety Council 4 Food Preparation To avoid food poisoning, cook fresh poultry to 165 degrees, hamburgers /


The need is constant. The gratification is instant. Give blood. TM Out For Blood 5k A Race to Raise Awareness and Recruit Donors on World Blood Donor Day.

For Blood 5k A Race to Raise Awareness and Recruit Donors on World Blood Donor Day Katie McGuire, Director Marketing and Communications Greater Chesapeake & Potomac Region, American Red Cross The need is constant. The gratification is instant. Give blood. TM Why a 5k/recognition of the donor outside of the blood bank provides an opportunity to engage a non Red Cross donor with a Red Cross experience. Logistically – World Blood Donor Day falls at a perfect time of year for an outdoor event (June 14) WBDD at /


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Welcome to the The Pillowcase Project Training for Presenters Michael Fratti Regional Individual and Community Preparedness Manager, American Red Cross.

per sheet (Anonymous. To be revisited at the end of the day) Pillowcase Project Origin of the Program The Pillowcase Project was created by the Southeast Louisiana Red Cross Chapter and was implemented in New Orleans schools following Hurricane Katrina in 2005/ down. Additional suggestions for behavior mgmt? Pillowcase Project On the Day of Presentation Arrive as early as the school/teacher will allow to set up quietly. Introduce the Red Cross team and finalize any last minute changes, etc. Ask teacher or/


JEAN HENRI DUNANT. JEAN HENRI DUNANT - PROMOTER OF RED CROSS Jean Henri Dunant was born in Geneva on 8 May 1828. On 24 June 1859, Dunant arrived at.

in poverty and obscurity. In 1887, Dunant returned to Heiden where he spent the rest of his days. In 1895, one young journalist discovered Dunant warded in District Hospital. Dunant became famous again after/penalties should be prescribed for these offences. INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS AND RED CRESCENT MOVEMENT 9International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) 9International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) 9National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (NS) (presently 176) These /


Heatwave Emergency During last summer’s heatwave, Red Cross made 3 calls per day to existing Telecross clients, as opposed to the service’s regular daily.

the production of emergency preparedness packs for seniors and people who are vulnerable to the effects of heatwaves. Red Cross will be prepared to call up to 15,000 registered Telecross REDi clients, up to three times a day, to check on their wellbeing for the duration of an extreme weather event. Over 400 volunteers are needed for the service to operate. Telecross/


I.R.C. Member Induction Course 1 Red Cross/Red Crescent Ideals in Action.

Voluntary Service UnityUniversality Fundamental Principles I.R.C. Member Induction Course 12 The red cross on a white background was formally adopted in the first Geneva Convention of 1864. The red crescent was adopted in 1876 Protected by International Humanitarian Law "indicative" (logo or identification when undertaking their normal day to day activities) "protective" (a protective device when volunteers, and the medical services of their/


JEAN HENRI DUNANT - PROMOTER OF RED CROSS Jean Henri Dunant was born in Geneva on 8 May 1828. On 24 June 1859, Dunant arrived at Solferino where.

rest of his days. In 1895, one young journalist discovered Dunant warded in District Hospital. Dunant became famous again after his story was published. Dunant was awarded the first Nobel Peace Prize for humanitarian work in December 1901. Dunant died on 30 October 1910 (82 years old). RED CROSS MOTTO Serve one another RED CROSS PROMISE We, as members of the Singapore Red Cross Society, promise to/


Chapter 15 The Chromosomal Basis of Inheritance. Early Days of Genetics  Pre 1900, geneticists and cytologists studied mitosis and meiosis.  In 1900,

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Section 1 (Day 2) Virginia Driver Responsibilities: Licensing Responsibilities.

) Virginia Driver Responsibilities: Licensing Responsibilities Bell Ringer 2 Write a half a page red to red on the below statement. Save these to be turn in on test day. Worth 10%. Imagine that you could buy some land to use as you wish. / for an expressway exit. 24- parking space reserved for people with disabled parking privileges. 25- a road joins from the right 26- pedestrian crossing. 27- the road ahead turns sharply right then sharply left. 28- lane reduction -- the right lane ends soon 29- merge. 30-/


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Upcoming Deadlines Homework #13 – Creating Stereoscopic 3D Images Due Tuesday, May 15 th (Last day of classes) 20 points (10 points if late) Final Exam - Tuesday, May 22 nd from 1215 to 1430 in this /the after-image you see is cyan. What color is the after-image if the cross is blue? A)Red B)Yellow C)Green D)Magenta E)Orange Red cross After- image Blue cross Negative After-image Stare, unfocused, at the red cross for 10 seconds then look at white wall Negative After-image Yellow Additive Complements After/


THE EXODUS ROUTE AND RED SEA CROSSING POINT Exodus 13:17-18.

bitter complaint in the wilderness – Ex. 14:11-12 Minimum 3 day journey – Ex. 5:3 Crossing point guaranteed security from Egypt They sang and rejoiced in their deliverance and freedom Order Of Travel Rameses, Goshen Wilderness Succoth Etham Camp by the sea Other points referenced Pi-hahiroth Migdol Baal-zephon Red Sea Rameses (Goshen) The exodus starting point – Ex. 12:33 Archeology/


4-7 Question of the Day Remember the following for pea pod color G = green and g = yellow You cross a yellow w/ a green and get 101 greens + 0 yellows,

purple flowers these flowers are an example of… If a true breeding red flower crossed with a true breeding blue flower to produce all purple flowers these flowers are an example of… 4-8 Question of the Day For pea plants: Purple flower color is dominant over white flower color You cross a purple w/ a white if you get a white baby plant/


Chapter 15 The Chromosomal Basis of Inheritance. Early Days of Genetics  Pre 1900, geneticists and cytologists studied mitosis and meiosis.  In 1900,

chromosomes and Mendel’s “heredity factors” during the sexual life cycle. Early Days of Genetics  Walter Sutton and Theodore Boveri and others working independently began to/of breeding and studying, Morgan found a white eyed fly (normal eye color is red).  This eye color was due to a mutation and is known as the/ Gene mapping to determine where the genes were located. Crossing Over and Gene Mixing  Crossing Over Crossing Over  Crossing Over Crossing Over Sex Determination  Whether or not a person is /


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Section 1 (Day 2) Virginia Driver Responsibilities: Licensing Responsibilities.

“Green Card” Signals, Signs, and Markers Day 2 Objectives Related SOL: DE.5 The student will demonstrate appropriate adjustments when approaching controlled and uncontrolled intersections, curves, work zones, railroad crossings, and hills with line-of-sight or / and color of a traffic sign communicates important information about the sign’s message. Colors Have Meaning Red= Stop or prohibited Blue=Motorist services guidance Black=Regulation(on white background) Orange=Construction or maintenance Fluorescent/


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hours at the maximum a year donation University & High school students or Red Cross Youth who participate in blood donation promotion Main Activities - Regular promotion with blood center and blood donation center - Every 13th ‘Blood Donation Day’ campaign - Donation campaign and publicity to women and middle-aged people Blood Donation Supporters & Red Campaigner Providing education materials to schools Using blood donation ad for the/


HOUSE TO HOUSE MOBILIZATION FOR SUCCESSFUL MEASLES SIAs: SITREP AFTER FIVE YEARS IN AFRICA Bob Davis Measles/Health Delegate American Red Cross.

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House-to-House Social mobilization for Measles/Rubella SIAs in Rwanda, March 2013 American Red Cross to RWANDA RED CROSS.

as MR Promotional Agents  Conducted H2H visits for mobilization of community and registration targeted children in the 4 selected districts During the Campaign DaysRed Cross Volunteers supported vaccination teams at all established service delivery points, Post Campaign  Red Cross volunteers conducted H2H visits in purposefully selected households to trace for a)MR SIAs defaulters, b)Evaluate the community coverage of MR vaccination, c)Determine/


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American Red Cross 2.0. Lead and Empower. What about you?  Name  Chapter  How do you describe yourself as a Red Cross volunteer?  How many years have.

operations across the organization—such as service delivery, fundraising, and volunteer recruitment—to be the most efficient and effective. One Red Cross The vision: The goal is an American Red Cross where every chapter has the budget required to deliver vital Red Cross services every day; where it raises more money by speaking to donors with one voice; where it saves time and money by streamlining back/


From the cross ToPentecost. A Red Letter Day From the Cross to Pentecost.

From the cross ToPentecost A Red Letter Day From the Cross to Pentecost November 5th 1605 Plot to blow up Houses of Parliament. July 4th 1776 American Independence Day. April 15th 1912 Sinking of the Titanic. A Red Letter Day April 4 th 1968 Assassination of Dr Martin Luther King July 20th 1969 Neil Armstrong sets foot on the moon July 9th 1977 John Butcher and Angela Roberts/


TRCS EXPERIENCE ON SOCIAL MOBILIZATION FOR INTEGRATED MEASLES CAMPAIGN OF 2011 TANZANIA RED CROSS SOCIETY MEASLES & RUBELLA INITIATIVE MEETING WASHINGTON.

% of eligible children receive measles & polio vaccines during 2011 IMC To raise community awareness on benefits of routine immunization of U5 ‘Respect Humanity’ TANZANIA RED CROSS SOCIETY Strategies  House to house visits - 1 volunteer visited 40 – 60 HH / day  Registration of eligible children  distribution of leaflets/ education communication  Use of megaphones  Use of reminder stickers (at the door)  Use of trained volunteers and/


& Nursing With the development and growth of the American Red Cross and the progression of nursing in America, women’s roles changed drastically and enabled.

father to son. Who recalls, in dim memory, now here and there one.- A few names where writ, and by chance live to-day; Buts a perishing record fast fading away. Of those we recall, there are scarcely a score, Dix, Dame, Bickerdyke, - Edson,/  Introduced the first nationwide civilian blood program which now supplies more than 50% of blood in the country  The American Red Cross Society is the largest humanitarian organization in the U.S.  It responds to over 67,000 disasters each year including floods,/


American Red Cross Disaster Services Rosemary Parnell Director of Logsitics.

.S. Armed forces and their families  Assists vulnerable people all over the world American Red Cross Disaster Services When disaster strikes, the Red Cross provides shelter, food, and health and mental health services, family linking welfare information to /hours for 30 days Bulk Distribution: Stock for 500,000 families Clean up kits, shovels, rakes, buckets, disinfectant, insect repellant, First Aid Kits, etc. Emergency Financial Assistance: 100,000 Families Challenges for the American Red Cross Set up and/


1 Section III Day 2 DMV Manual p. 5-6, 10-12. 2 Write a scenario about how the driver of the white truck managed to keep his truck on the edge of the.

the way is clear At a railroad crossing, you must come to a complete stop even though the train is not present 22 Flashing Red Light At some intersections you may turn right while the traffic light is red You must come to a complete stop / intersection 27 Green Lights and Arrows Lane use signals indicate lanes where you can and cannot drive during different hours of the day. These signals are used frequently to reverse a lane’s direction. They provide additional lanes for heavy early morning traffic and /


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. PowerPoint ® Lecture Presentations prepared by Alexander G. Cheroske Mesa Community College at Red Mountain 13 The Brain.

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Where Mrs. Hall should go Day 1(DNA) - slide 2 Day 2 (mitosis) – slide 17 Day 3 (meiosis) – slide 26 Day 4 (punnett vocab)- slide 43 Day 5 (co-dominance)

Where Mrs. Hall should go Day 1(DNA) - slide 2 Day 2 (mitosis) – slide 17 Day 3 (meiosis) – slide 26 Day 4 (punnett vocab)- slide 43 Day 5 (co-dominance) -slide 57 Day 6 (health)- slide 61 Day 7 (genetic engineering)- slide 68 DNA - controls traits / millie melonhead to demo recessive and dominant inheritance http://nature.ca/genome/04/041/041_e.cfm Cross a Red flower (RR) x White flower (ww) Predict % red % white % pink Cross a Yellow seed (yy) x Green seed (Gy) Predict _____ % green seed _____ /


Good Governance of National Societies Experience from The Fiji Red Cross Society.

Youth Branch Development IHL, FPs and Humanitarian Values Youth Branch Development Resource Development KEY SERVICE AREAS FIJI RED CROSS SOCIETY STRUCTURE GOVERNANCE NATIONAL PROGRAMMES NATIONAL COUNCIL Patron National Board Branches Independent Members NATIONAL BOARD President Vice President/signed up.  The goal is to have all 15 Branches sign up to the MOU and the one day volunteer training program conducted in all branches.  Branch structure is designed to facilitate “Low Cost Activities” That /


World War Two: Red Cross- Residents of America - Saagarika and Olivia Eighth Grade.

18, 1945 Table of Contents Poster Background information on the Red Cross Poster Red Cross: Encouraging women to help out Poster What the Red Cross Workers faced Red Cross in this day of age Posters Conclusion Poster Background information on the Red Cross It is an American organization that is part of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. The Red Cross provides free emergency assistance in situations where people need help. The/


Global Integration 1 Crossing Sectors in Global Member Care Friday 14 November 2014 (12noon-13:30 EST) Kelly O’Donnell, PsyD and Michèle Lewis O’Donnell,

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The Entire Science Skills Unit includes a… Four Part 2,400 Slide PowerPoint roadmap full of class activities, video links, red slide class notes, discussion.

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AREA OF LEARNING DAY 2. Leading Learning 1November 2005 Leading Learning 2April/May 2006 Curriculum Leader Day 1September/October 2006 Curriculum Leader.

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AP Biology Discussion Notes Wednesday 3/25/2015. Goals for the day Be able to predict the outcomes of crosses with intermediate inheritance, co-dominance,

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1. 2 Heb 1:1 6:3 6:13 Mt Sinai Exodus 19 40 Years Numbers 14:33 WILDERNESS WANDERINGS SS Mos aic AGE Patriarchal AGE Christian AGE Red Sea.

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Lesson 46 The Red Sea Exodus 14-15 Moreover, brethren, I would not that ye should be ignorant, how that all our fathers were under the cloud, and all passed.

witnessed these great demonstrations of Gods power, the children of Israel were quick to forget and quick to complain. Only three days journey from the Red Sea, the Israelites complain of thirst. He shows Moses a tree, which when cast into the bitter waters of Marah, / lived in Shur. Israel crossed the Red sea and spent a total of 5 days in the wilderness of Shur before they entered the wilderness of Sin. Three days en route to Marah, then one day at Elim and one day camped by the Red Sea. http://www.bible./


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1 Intersection of Behavior and Technology: Information Flow Impediments in Katrina Jamison M. Day, Ph.D. Asst. Professor of Operations Management Researcher,

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International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement  National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies “National Societies”  International Federation of Red.

Coordination Team (FACT) Rapid international level response tool for the Red Cross / Red Crescent in disaster relief – 42 missions since 2000 Shared ownership by Federation Secretariat and 100 national Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies globally 400 people from NSs, Federation Secretariat and/to 30,000 people WatSan treatment gives access to 225,000 litre/day for a population of 15,000 people Water distribution 75,000 litres a day with 9 different distribution points Basic sanitation facilities for up to /


Latest Terra-MODIS Ocean Color Radiance Corrections Inter-detector, Mirror Side, Cross-Scan, and Gain Adjustments Bob Evans, Ed Kearns, Kay Kilpatrick.

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Www.ifrc.org Saving lives, changing minds. Red Cross in Disaster Management in the Caribbean.

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5 th Annual Emergency Preparedness Conference Dan Brennan Emergency Services Director, Granite Chapter American Red Cross Who is Sheltering Whom and Where?

State of NH will rely on when sheltering is needed in NH. Red Cross cannot open 234 shelters at once in a statewide disaster! Role of American Red Cross in ESF-6 Regional Response to Sheltering In 2008 Ice Storm, managing and updating 61 shelters for up to 14 days exceeded capacity of Red Cross and State. Medical and mental health issues were concerns and gaps were/


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