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Animal Cell Vs. Human Body

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Transcript of Animal Cell Vs. Human Body

Animal Cell Vs.
Human Body

Cell Membrane vs. skin
Cell Membrane function:

The cell membrane forms a barrier between the cytoplasm and the outside environment and allows materials to go in and out of the cell.
The cell membrane is similar to the skin because they both protect the inner organs of the body/cell.
Nucleus Vs. Brain
The Nucleus function:

The nucleus controls all the activities of the cell and contains DNA, the heredity material. The nucleus also contains a Nucleolus, which is used to store materials.
The nucleus is similar to the brain because even the brain is like the control center of the body which directs all the activities of the cell.
Cytoplasm Vs. Blood
cytoplasm:

The cytoplasm is a jelly like
material, that includes everything found inside the cell (except the nucleus)
Cytoplasm is similar to blood because both of them include everything in the cell/body and are the parts in the body/cell that are not the organs/organelles.
Endoplasmic reticulum Vs. Veins
ER function:

the ER is a series of tunnels throughout the cytoplasm that transport proteins from one part of the cell to the other

The Endoplasmic Reticulum is similar to the veins because the veins are also tubes that carry materials (blood) to the heart and other parts of the body.
Ribosomes Vs. Food rich in Protein
Ribosomes function:

Ribosomes look like tiny grains that are found around the ER. They are the protein factories of the cell, and the proteins they make are later released into the ER.
Ribosomes similar to food rich in protein because
both provide energy to the body/cell. both are small and also helps the body/cell.

Vacuole Vs. Large Intestine
Golgi Body VS. Digestive System

Golgi body:

The Golgi body receives materials
from the ER, packages them and sends
them to other parts of the cell.
Golgi body similar to the Digestive system:

Both break down food and package them.
Lysosome vs. stomach

Lysosome function:

The Lysosme contains chemicals that break down food and worn out cell parts.
Lysosome similar to stomach

Both contain chemicals that
break food into smaller particles
in the body/cell.
Mitochondria VS. Food
The Mitochondria:
It produces most of the cell's energy to carry out functions. It contains many folds, where chemical reactions take place.
Mitochondria similar to the food because both of them give energy to the body/cell.
Vacuole function:

Vacuoles are like the storage areas of the cell. They store food, water, and wastes.
The Vacuole is similar to the Large Intestine because even the large intestine is the storage area (for wastes) in the human body.
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