Joseph's Story

In: Science

Submitted By parkody11
Words 262
Pages 2
Joseph’s Story B): Without the oxygen that his cells need the mitochondria cannot produce their chemical reactions. Carbon Dioxide is a waste by-product that in turn will not be able to be removed now. Also glucose in the blood starts the glycolysis process because it is not regulated, things like calcium can’t be moved now so the body will start to calcify and have other problems. C): Basically all the intracellular organelles have membranes except ribosomes, so if the membranes started to break down then the whole cell in turn would not be capable of functioning. None of the organelles would be able to carry out their functions. D): They are both carried within the cell in the DNA which is inside the nucleus. It has the predisposition within it and also the original make-up of the heart therefore it has the instructions within it how to repair itself. It will use the original DNA to try to repair itself. E): it effects the ATP. The ATP controls the channels on the cell membrane, so if that protein is no longer there, then the cell cannot function properly, thus ceasing the process. The ATP works in further more causing homeostatic imbalances. F): In order for anything to function correctly in Joseph’s body he needs oxygen. Things like ATP, homeostasis and mitosis all rely on oxygen. They are all aerobic processes and those are all basic life processes, meaning without those few basic processes we cannot survive or function so if there is no aerobic processes there is no…...

Similar Documents

Joseph's Ethical Problems

...1.What are Joseph’s ethical problems? Ethical issues in this scenario include honesty, integrity, fairness, intimidating behavior, and bribes. Even though, the policy handbook does not specifically state that kickbacks are against the law, the sales personnel basically knows, that kickbacks are unethical because it leads to lower quality of product and increases customers’ prices. Joseph also learned that Carl takes money out of his commission for kickbacks. Giving and receiving kickback are serious crimes. A kickback is effectively a quid-pro-quo bribe, a collusive agreement, designed to help or influence an individual, company, or government entity. 2.Imagine that you are Joseph. Discuss your options. Since Joseph discovered an unethical issue, it is his responsibility to report the behavior. If I where him I would do all I could to resolve the issue by going through the chain of command first. By not reporting this incidence, he is putting his job on the line and most of all can lead to criminal charges. Joseph tried to solve the problem with Carl, who has a large amount of the company’s existing clientele sales, at a monthly meeting to try and solve the problem but was unsuccessful. Other options is to have a meeting with sales staff, with Kathryn present, regarding how the company will not tolerate any kind of unethical behavior and if anyone is caught, they will be fired on the spot. Also need to remind the sales team that “kickbacks” are illegal and can......

Words: 448 - Pages: 2

Joseph's Ethical Problems

...1.What are Joseph’s ethical problems? Ethical issues in this scenario include honesty, integrity, fairness, intimidating behavior, and bribes. Even though, the policy handbook does not specifically state that kickbacks are against the law, the sales personnel basically knows, that kickbacks are unethical because it leads to lower quality of product and increases customers’ prices. Joseph also learned that Carl takes money out of his commission for kickbacks. Giving and receiving kickback are serious crimes. A kickback is effectively a quid-pro-quo bribe, a collusive agreement, designed to help or influence an individual, company, or government entity. 2.Imagine that you are Joseph. Discuss your options. Since Joseph discovered an unethical issue, it is his responsibility to report the behavior. If I where him I would do all I could to resolve the issue by going through the chain of command first. By not reporting this incidence, he is putting his job on the line and most of all can lead to criminal charges. Joseph tried to solve the problem with Carl, who has a large amount of the company’s existing clientele sales, at a monthly meeting to try and solve the problem but was unsuccessful. Other options is to have a meeting with sales staff, with Kathryn present, regarding how the company will not tolerate any kind of unethical behavior and if anyone is caught, they will be fired on the spot. Also need to remind the sales team that “kickbacks” are illegal and......

Words: 332 - Pages: 2

Story

...Story of a father and a little boy who had a bad temper There once was a little boy who had a bad temper. His father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the fence. The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. Over the next few weeks as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily, gradually dwindled down. He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence. Finally the day came when the boy didn’t lose his temper at all. He told his father about it and the father suggested that the boy now pull out one nail for each day that he was able to hold his temper. The days passed and the young boy was finally able to tell his father that all the nails were gone. The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence. He said “you have done well, my son, but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. When you say things in anger, they leave a scar just like this one.” You can put a knife in a man and draw it out. It won’t matter how many times you say I’m sorry, the wound is still there. Moral for the story: Make sure you control your temper the next time you are tempted to say something you will regret later....

Words: 264 - Pages: 2

Stories

...HAPPY PRINCE by Oscar Wilde The prince in the story is no living prince. He is the statue of a dead prince decorated with gold leaves and precious stones. He is known as the Happy Prince because there is a smile on his lips. But the smile gradually gives way to tears. The Happy Prince cannot help crying over the scenes of misery in the houses of the poor. He decides to help them with his gold leaves and costly stones. The little swallow acts as his messenger, and he gives away all his wealth. The Swallow was on his way back to his homeland when the prince had detained him to help the poor. He still wished to go back but now it was too late. The intense cold killed him. Thus the little swallow lost his life in helping the poor. His death broke the prince’s heart. So the swallow and the prince perished for a noble cause. But their death was not the end. It made them immortal. That is why the angel selected the dead swallow and the lifeless heart of the prince as the noblest things on earth. Haircut by Ring Lardner The narrator of the story is the town barber, who talks about a man by the name of Jim Kendall. Jim was a man who played cruel pranks on children and adults. Jim goes hunting with a 10-year old mentally handicapped child. When it is discovered that Jim was shot, many people in the town believed that it was an accident, although the author of the story indicates that the shooting was planned by the child, who had been tormented by Jim and wanted to get revenge...

Words: 924 - Pages: 4

Story

...workers and consumers) have to stand together. For example, Chavez quotes “what we do know absolutely is that human lives are worth more than grapes and that innocent looking grapes on the table may disguise poisonous residues hidden deep inside where washing cannot reach.” (par. 6) Consumers are now not the only ones getting poisoned, but consumers are paying money to eat poison. Chavez connecting the audience through pathos allows both consumers and immigrants to be one; both are dying from this poison. Chavez shares personal stories that he witnesses because of the pesticides. He shared the story of Amalia Larios who will not walk because while her mother was pregnant she was exposed to pesticides while working in the fields harvesting the grapes. He continued with Adrian Espinoza a 7 year old, who is dying of cancer along will 8 other children because their only source of water was polluted with pesticides. He continues with several stories of the lives lost or ruined so farmers can used the pesticides. Our government full aware of the use of the poisonous chemicals and does nothing about it. He tells the consumers he has fought before and won. He asking for consumers and farm workers to all come together as a whole to put an end to all dangerous pesticides. Chavez speech was full of facts and truth. He was able to justify the protest of removing pesticides. The author used a good mixture of logos (facts), ethos (credibility) and pathos (emotion). Chavez......

Words: 1530 - Pages: 7

Story

...Alvaro Saldana Professor Coroniti Writing and Communication July 25, 2014 Cinema Paradiso Cinema Paradiso is a movie to be felt. The film portrays the story of a boy named Salvatore “ToTo” di Vita, and the way he grows up with the story of the cinema from a town called Giancaldo in the province of Sicily. The boy bonds with a man named Alfredo who worked at the local theater, Alfredo teaches everything he knows to Salvatore until one day Alfredo has an accident and goes blind. Salvatore later fall’s in love with Elena and soon has to leave his town in order to follow his career. He returns to Giancaldo 30 years later in order to learn the lesson of letting go. The score is very beautiful and very touching throughout the film and it depicts the emotions going on very accurately. It was played during the shooting of the film, which I think makes all the difference for the actors in really feeling every scene. There was a lot of inspiration and artistry during the making of this film. From the beginning of the movie, we get to know and fall for little Salvatore and that reminds us of how we were when we were little kids. From then on we start to feel related to him and how he grows up. There are lots of emotions all throughout the film because he goes through every stage of life with the cinema at his side and how the cinema also changes. It shows you how at first even kisses were......

Words: 612 - Pages: 3

The Roles and Influence of Women in Gilgamesh and Joseph’s Story

...Dan Stasson Mosaic 1 Professor Sigman 5 December 2012 The Roles and Influence of Women in Gilgamesh and Joseph’s Story In many societies, women play various functions like mothers, sisters, and leaders. Historical literatures like the Bible, Gilgamesh or even the Koran has had many women play diverse functions in the society or in the religious sector. By comparing the different roles that women played in both literatures like the Bible and Gilgamesh, we can be able to comprehend the role of women in both societies (Mitchell 80). Furthermore, these roles will be an eye opener to the type of society that these women lived in. These women managed to expand themselves to fit into the various circumstances that they found themselves in as well as become important in their society. Through Potiphar’s wife in Joseph’s story and the women of Gilgamesh, this essay seeks to understand how literature represents women in the society. Women in Gilgamesh are represented by employing various characters. For instance, the character Ishtar has been depicted to take the role of a lover. In the novel, she is the goddess who desires to win the heart of Gilgamesh at all cost. When her mission fails, she endeavors to murder him. This destroyer-goddess known as Ishtar asks Gilgamesh to marry her when he returned victorious over Humbaba. Ishtar descends to Uruk talks to the king Gilgamesh saying “Marry me, give me your luscious fruits, be my husband, be my sweet man. I will give you......

Words: 1465 - Pages: 6

Josephs Story

...Case Study: Josephs Story B. Assuming Joseph’s heart has stopped, what cellular processes and membrane functions are going to be affected by the loss of oxygen, blood glucose, and waste removal? The body needs the heart to always keep pumping, this is a vital part of the entire human body. When the heart stops cellular process is affected. All cells are burning up ATP. Carbon dioxide is building up in the cells and PH levels aren’t balanced. Glucose is needed to start the process for the glycolysis and oxygen is needed for mitochondria. Carbon dioxide is the byproduct and needs to be released. So the cells will begin to die and all transport pumps will come to a halt. Cells begin leaking, Na is leaking into cells and potassium is leaks out. The body’s cells will die if ATP cannot be sustained. C. Which Intracellular organelles have membranes included in their structure? How would the breakdown of the membranes of these structures affect the function of Joseph’s heart cells? Every intracellular organelle has membranes, with ATPase’s transferring calcium from the cytosol to the endoplasmic reticulum in cardiac muscle cells. Without the membrane the levels would just rise without channels in the membrane to regulate them causing an overload that would attack cytoskeleton. If the structure is broke down the hearts function is affected. Calcium and ATP will stop moving calcium from cytosol into ER of the heart muscle cells. The buildup of calcium causes protease to...

Words: 515 - Pages: 3

Joseph's Story

...would not be able to dispense these proteins. Mitochondrion would not be able to make ATP. Nucleus would not be able to duplicate cells, and the Smooth ER would not be able to release Calcium needed to make the heart muscle contract. Also the destruction of the membrane would cause the cells to loose control over what is able to come in and go out. D. Nucleus and Mitochondrion. DNA and RNA. E. Integral proteins and peripheral proteins. Integral proteins allow substances to go in and out of the cells. Peripheral proteins communicate with other cells. F. All cells need oxygen to make ATP to use for energy. All of the processes mentioned above would be affected by the lack of oxygen. G. Diet, exercise and stop smoking. H. Joseph’s heart failed because he not only had a family history of cardiovascular disease, but also smoked, had hypertension and a poor diet. All of these things led his arteries to become filled up with plaque blocking oxygenated blood to flow to the heart cells. Without oxygen these cells were not able to maintain their individual functions and homeostasis....

Words: 278 - Pages: 2

Josephs Story

...Josephs Story B. Assuming Joseph’s heart has stopped what cellular process and membrane functions are going to be affected by the loss of oxygen, blood glucose, and waste removal? If Josephs isn’t getting the oxygen that his cells need the mitochondria cannot produce any chemical reactions. This will cause the carbon dioxide in his body to not be removed. Glucose will start the glycolosis process due to the fact that there is no regulation. The body will also start to calcify since the calcium in his body can’t be removed (Gail W. Jenkins, 2013). C. Which intracellular organelles have membranes as part of their structure? How would the breakdown of the membranes of these structures affect the function of Joseph’s heart cells? All the intracellular organelles have membranes excluding the ribosomes. If the membranes started to breakdown the whole cell in turn would not be capable of performing its various functions. This then would mean that none of the organelles would be able to carry out their functions (Gail W. Jenkins, 2013). D. Two important pieces of information the instructions Joseph’s body needs to repair itself and his predisposition for vascular disease are both contained within the cell on which structure? They are both carried out within the cell, in the DNA to be exact. The DNA is found inside the nucleus of the cell. It has the predisposition within it and also the original makeup of the heart; therefore it has the instructions within it on how to......

Words: 493 - Pages: 2

Joseph's Story

... Case Study 1 Joseph’s Story Joseph’s story B. Assuming Joseph’s heart has stopped, what cellular processes and membrane functions are going to be affected by the loss of oxygen, blood glucose, and waste removal? The heart must pump blood throughout the body and carry oxygen and glucose to all the organs of the body to maintain life or homeostasis. Without blood flow and the ability to produce ATP the blood will thick, making it harder to flow. The body and the cell’s within the body will die (www.ptdirect.com, 2015). C. Which intracellular organelle have membranes as part of their structure? How would the breakdown of the membranes of these structures affect the function of Joseph’s heart? All intracellular organelles have membranes, (www.Nature.com/scitable/topicpage/cell-membranes-14052567). Cytosol consist of ATP that transfers nutrients to the cardiac muscle and throughout the body (Anatomy and Physiology third edition, pg. 76). Without ATP being carried to the cardiac heart muscle through the cytosol it cannot receive proteins and nutrients. The function of the heart if affected and the cell membranes are damaged and can die. D. Two important pieces of information- the instructions Joseph’s body needs to repair itself and his predisposition for vascular disease- are both contained within the cells on which structures? Joseph has a family history for cardiovascular disease. The predisposition is within the power house of the cell called mitochondrial DNA (Anatomy......

Words: 631 - Pages: 3

Joseph's Ethical Dilemma

...BUSINESS ETHICS TUTORIAL EMERGING BUSINESS ETHICS ISSUES Case Study: Joseph's Ethical Dilemma. Joseph Freberg had been with Alcon for 18 months. He had begun his career right out of college with a firm in the Southeast called Cala Industrial, which specialized in air compressors. Because of his work with Cala, he had been lured away to Alcon, in Omaha, as a sales manager. Joseph’s first six months had been hard. Working with older salespeople, trying to get a handle on his people’s sales territories and settling into the corporate culture of a new firm took 16-hour days, six days a week. During those six months, he also bought a house, and his fiancée, Ellen, furnished it, deciding almost everything from the colour of the rugs to the style of the curtains. Ellen had taken a brokerage job with Trout Brothers and seemed to be working even more hours than Joseph. But the long days were paying off. Ellen was now starting to handle some large accounts and was being noticed by the “right” crowd in the wealthier Omaha areas. Costs for the new home had exceeded their anticipated spending limit, and the plans for their wedding seemed to be getting larger and larger. In addition, Ellen was commuting from her apartment to the new home and then to her job, and the commute killed her car. As a result, she decided to lease something that exuded success. “Ellen, don’t you think a Mercedes is a little out of our range? What are the payments?” inquired Joseph. “Don’t......

Words: 1064 - Pages: 5

Stories

...1. The Gift of the Magi "The Gift of the Magi" is a short story written by O. Henry (a pen name for William Sydney Porter), about a young married couple and how they deal with the challenge of buying secret Christmas gifts for each other with very little money. As a sentimental story with a moral lesson about gift-giving, it has been a popular one for adaptation, especially for presentation during the Christmas season. The plot and its "twist ending" are well-known, and the ending is generally considered an example of situational irony. It was allegedly written at Pete's Tavern[2][3] on Irving Place in New York City. Plot Mr. James Dillingham Young ("Jim") and his wife, Della, are a couple living in a modest flat. They each have one possession in which they take pride: Della's beautiful long, flowing hair and Jim's gold watch, which had belonged to his father and grandfather. On Christmas Eve, with only $1.87 in hand, and desperate to find a gift for Jim, Della sells her hair for $20, and eventually finds a platinum fob chain for Jim's watch for $21. Happy to have found the perfect gift at last, she runs home and begins to prepare dinner. When Jim comes home, he looks at Della with an expression “that she could not read, and it terrified her.” Della then admits to Jim that she sold her hair to buy him his present. Jim gives Della her present — an array of expensive combs for her hair (referred to as “The Combs”). Della then shows Jim the chain she bought for him,......

Words: 2601 - Pages: 11

Story of Jesus

...The story of Joseph in the Quran is very similar to that in the Bible. Joseph is the son of Jacob, and has 11 brothers who grow jealous of him. They leave him in a pit, where he is eventually sold into slavery in Egypt. He uses his ability as a dream-interpreter to gain repute, and eventually makes his way as the pharaoh’s advisor, after he interprets the king’s dream. Eventually, he encounters his brothers, and forgives them. One thing that struck me greatly was the compassion of Joseph. While Joseph is clearly a character that Muslims are supposed to aspire to be, he is incredibly different from Muhammad, who “exemplifies” Muslim life, according to Islam: The Straight Path. While Muhammad unified Arabia by conquering and converting its nomadic tribes (i.e. Meccans), and while he took revenge on those who “betrayed” his cause (the Jews living in Medina, with whom he had peacefully coexisted, for example), Joseph was very forgiving of his brothers. Another concept I found interesting throughout my readings was the role of women in the Qur’an. While the wife of Joseph’s master plays a significant role in the story of Joseph (the story of the seduction is much more elaborate than that in the Bible), her name is never mentioned. This is the same in the story of Adam, where Eve’s name is never mentioned (at least not in Readings in the Qur’an). In both cases, they are simply referred to as X’s wife. Again, going back to Muhammad, the exemplar of Muslim life (who......

Words: 596 - Pages: 3

Joseph's Ethical Issues

...Joseph’s Ethical Issues 1 Joseph’s Ethical Issues Joseph’s Ethical Issues 2 Identify the ethical and legal issues of which Albert needs to be aware. The first ethical issue I see is that Albert and his wife, Mary, took advantage of the “players” in the large corporations. Albert and Mary would go to parties and get information from them after the “players” had a few alcohol drinks. Both started using this strategy and five months later their clients began to see significant profits in their portfolios. Another ethical issue I see is Albert’s uncle worked as a janitor which gave his access to many law offices that had information on a number of companies, especially those about to file for bankruptcy. Mary and Albert both were able to use this information provided by his uncle to benefit their clients’ portfolios. A third ethical issue is Mary used insider information from her father who worked for a major health care company. The management team was running the company into the ground. Mary found a company that was interested in doing a hostile takeover. Mary told several of her best clients, who in turn did very well on the stock. All of this increased her status with the firm that she worked for and kept drawing bigger clients. The legal issue that I see is the e-mails Mary is receiving from some of the brokers. Some of the other brokers are sending e-mails with off-color jokes and even nude photos of...

Words: 861 - Pages: 4