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Cell Project - Animal Cell = Restaurant Boat Plane

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by Tommy Maloney on 24 January 2014

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Transcript of Cell Project - Animal Cell = Restaurant Boat Plane

Glycoprotein Junctions
In the cell, the Nucleus makes sure everything is running properly. It commands the cell and sends out instructions to different organelles. In the restaurant, the manager makes sure that everything goes smoothly. He will step in if one of the employees is doing their job improperly and fix things if something goes wrong.
In the cell, the Chromatin is the DNA coiled up around proteins. The chromatin, because it holds the DNA, ultimately calls the shots. It is the brain inside the brain. In the restaurant, the managers brain commands him. It is inside him and it is what does all the thought processing.
In the cell, the mitochondria carries out cellular respiration. It turns sugars into energy. In the pontoon Plane Restaurant, the engine converts fuel into energy and electricity. It powers everything in the Pontoon Plane Restaurant and provides power for propulsion.
In the cell, the flagella propels the cell through its liquid environment. It gives the cell motion. In the Pontoon Plane Restaurant, the propeller moves the plane through the water and air.
In the cell, the plasma membrane controls the flow of materials in and out of the cell. It is the primary defense for animal cells. In the restaurant, the Maitre Dies controls the flow of patrons in and out of the restaurant. The Maitre Dies can let certain people in or keep some out.
In the cell, the lysosomes break down items. They can break down items from outside the cell or organelles that are no longer useful. In the restaurant, the diners eat the food. They consume and digest food made by the chefs.
In the cell, the vacuoles store chemicals or unneeded waste products. In animal cells there are many small vacuoles. In the restaurant, freezers, food racks, and cupboards store food. Garbage cans and dumpsters store garbage and waste.
In the cell, the peroxisome breaks down toxic chemicals. It turns hydrogen peroxide into water. In the restaurant, a garbage man removes waste and garbage.
In the cell, anchoring glycoprotein junctions hold cells in place to form strong tissues. In the Pontoon Plane Restaurant, ropes attach it to the dock.
In the cell, gap glycoprotein junctions allow proteins or other materials to pass between cells. In the Pontoon Plane Restaurant, a gangplank allows people to go between the plane and the dock or other planes.
In the cell, the golgi apparatus receives and modifies proteins from the endoplasmic reticulum and sends them out around the cell. In the restaurant, the waiters do not modify the food made by the kitchen. The waiters just deliver the food around the plane.
In the cell, the endoplasmic reticulum makes and modifies proteins. The endoplasmic reticulum makes the proteins into something other organelles can use. In the restaurant, the kitchen makes the food. It takes unusable/inedible food like raw meat and turns it into edible food for the diners.
In the cell, the endoplasmic reticulum makes and modifies proteins. The endoplasmic reticulum makes the proteins into something other organelles can use. In the restaurant, the food is prepared in the kitchen. The kitchen converts unusable/inedible food like raw meat into edible food for the diners.
In the cell, the ribosomes make proteins. The Ribosomes are part of the Endoplasmic Reticulum. They make proteins according to instructions from the DNA. In the restaurant, each individual chef is part of the kitchen. They each have a specified role determined ahead of time by the manager (Nucleus/DNA)
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Cell Analogy
Pontoon Plane Restaurant
Animal Cell
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