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Animal Cell is like a Football Team

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Animal Cell
A Football Team

Nucleus



The nucleus would be the quarterback because the nucleus which is the quarterback contains all of the information and is the “play starter”

Nuclear envelope (pores)

The nuclear envelope would be the two offensive guards because the two offensive guards surround the nucleus(quarterback), and allow what comes into and out of the quarterback(nucleus)

Nucleolus
Cell Membrane
The Fans

Two Offensive Guards

The cell membrane would be the fans, because the fans support the players just like the membrane supports the organelles; the fans also allow interactions between them and the players.

The Quarterbck
Nucleolus would be the head coach because he keeps the plays in line and the players in line as well, he is the leader of all plays and the idea behind all of them
Head Coach
Vacuole
The membrane will be the team manager because it brings the supplies to the team.
Chromosome
The chromosomes would be the brain of the quarterback because it makes the decisions for the body
The quarterback's brains
Ribosome
Ribosomes make proteins and plays make touchdowns.
The Play
Protein

The protein would be the touchdown, because the protein is the final product of an animal cell while a touchdown is the final product of a successful football play

Touchdown
Team Manager
Microtubules
The microtubules would be the cheerleaders, because the cheerleaders support the organelles(players) and maintain the cheering from the crowd.
The Cheerleaders
Microfilaments
The microfilaments would be the clock running down because the running down clock pressures the players(organelles) to keep moving around, and trying to make something happen


The Scoreboard

Mitochondrion
Mitochondrion would be the waterboy because the waterboy gives the players water to keep them energized
The Waterboy
Lysosome
Lysosome would team medic because if one of the players get hurt they repair them.
Team Medic
Endplasmic reticulum
(Rough)
The rough ER changes proteins and the offensive coordinator changes the play.



Offensive Coordinator
Endplasmic reticulum
(Smooth)
The smooth er maintains the cell membrane and the security guards maintain the fans




Stadium Security
The golgi apparatus put the final touches on the proteins and the kicker kicks the extra point.

Cytoplasm
"The Field"
The Field
Cytoplasm would be the stadium because it holds everything in the cell.

The Kicker

Gogli apparatus
Mya Christopher
Hunter Fulk
Chenoa Cobb
Sean Freeman

Cell Membrane
http://citadel.sjfc.edu/students/map01009/e-port/ppt/cell_membrane.png
http://www.statepress.com/archive/files/images/091808-fans.jpg
Nucleus
http://library.thinkquest.org/06aug/01942/plcells/thinkquest/nucleus.jpg
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_f2D9BNX3iAQ/SrL4bZUdynI/AAAAAAAABG0/qTMysPZO3W8/s1600/peyton.jpg
Nuclear Envelopes
http://bms.westfordk12.us/pages/teams/7green/cells/GroupH/images/animalcellnuclear%20envelope
http://cdn.cloudfiles.mosso.com/c1910342/media_center/images/static/media_box/FRANK14.png
Nucleolus
http://bms.westfordk12.us/pages/teams/7green/cells/GroupH/images/Nucleolus
http://keystonesportsspot.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/bill-obrien.jpg

Chromosome
http://cdn.www.carm.org/images/chromosome2.jpg
http://images.sciencedaily.com/2012/07/120705172044-large.jpg
Microtubules
http://waynesword.palomar.edu/images/animal4.gif
http://images.sodahead.com/polls/003124425/4747876684_usc_tahoeweekender4_xlarge.jpeg
Lysosome
http://e08595.medialib.glogster.com/media/35/35b463d5913c900769b0ee525fa8fded3f85bf50f8e4d4a6ccece8f769711b74/lysosome2-png.png
http://static.guim.co.uk/sysimages/Sport/Pix/columnists/2012/3/17/1332013256332/Fabrice-Muamba-007.jpg
Endoplasmic reticulum (Rough)
http://jcarpentercell.weebly.com/uploads/1/9/3/9/1939921/2579814.gif
http://media.cleveland.com/browns_impact/photo/brian-daboll-brady-quinnjpg-aea08a7c17cac854_large.jpg


Citations
Citations
Endoplasmic reticulum (Smooth)
http://jcarpentercell.weebly.com/uploads/1/9/3/9/1939921/2579814.gif
http://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/ac1394dbdcca6a36cbf486633b129cd813095ac3/r=x404&c=534x401/local/-/media/USATODAY/USATODAY/2013/05/02/2013-05-02-security-auburn-oregon-4_3.jpg
Gogli apparatus
http://biology.kenyon.edu/HHMI/Biol113/animalcell.gif
http://www.footballdocs.com/Sebastian_Janikowski.jpg
Micorfliaments
http://www.s-cool.co.uk/a-level/assets/learn_its/alevel/biology/cells-and-organelles/organelles/other-organelles.gif
http://www.sportspectator.com/fancentral/football/scoreboard_black.gif
Mitochondiron
http://library.thinkquest.org/06aug/01942/plcells/thinkquest/mitochrondria.jpg
http://www.clevescene.com/binary/20cd/1287764259-mike-brown-waterboy.jpg
Vacuole
http://www.futuretimeline.net/blog/images/227.jpg
http://onmilwaukee.com/images/articles/be/begelbucksjohnhammondsteam/begelbucksjohnhammondsteam_fullsize_story1.jpg?20130709085855
Ribosome
http://aclasen.weebly.com/uploads/1/3/7/8/13785920/9651425_orig.gif
http://www.youth-football-plays-and-formations.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/wishbone-38-sweep.jpg
Cytoplasm
http://scienceaid.co.uk/biology/humans/images/cell.png
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryan_Field_(stadium)
Protein
http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/handbook/illustrations/proteinsyn.jpg
http://www.branappetit.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/touchdown.jp

thin, flexible barrier around the cell; supports and protects cells while allowing them to interact with their surroundings
a large structure that contains the cell’s genetic material and controls the cell’s activities
an organized structure of DNA, protein, and RNA in cells. It is a single piece of coiled DNA containing many genes.

it is a double-membrane layer that surrounds the nucleus; it allows material to move in and out of the nucleus- the nucleus sends a steady stream of RNA and other information carrying molecules to the rest of the cell through nuclear pores
The beginning of the assembly of ribosomes
Proteins are made on these
proteins are assembled in the ribosomes, they are required for structure and function of the cell, and they regulate the body’s tissues and organs
Membrane-bound sacs for storage, digestion, and waste removal

long thin fibers; supports the cell, and moves organelles within the cell
hollow tubes of protein; they maintain cell shape, serve as “tracks” for organelles, and form centrioles in cell division
A spherical or elongated organelle in the cytoplasm of nearly all eukaryotic cells, containing genetic material and many enzymes important for cell metabolism, including those responsible for the conversion of food to usable energy.
Enzymes, attach carbs and lipids to proteins
gel-like substance enclosed within the cell membrane – and the organelles – the cell's internal sub-structures.
Digestive 'plant' for proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates
organelle in which components of the cell membrane are assembled
organelle in which components of the cell membrane are assembled
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