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How a cell is like a football stadium

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Greg Benfield

on 23 August 2013

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Transcript of How a cell is like a football stadium

The grass on the field is like the cytoplasm
The fans are like the mitochondria because the mitochondria produces energy for the cell. In the same way, the fans get the players fired up and when they're fired up, the players get energy.
The fans are like the mitochondria
The concession stands are like the chloroplast because the chloroplast provides food for the cell. The concession stands provide food for the fans.
The concession stands are like the chloroplast
The satdium gates are like the cell membrane because the cell membrane controls what enters and exits the cell. The stadium gates control what enters and exits the stadium.
The stadium gates are like the cell membrane
The coach is like the nucleus because the nucleus controls the cell like the coach controls his team.
The coach is like the nucleus
S7L2 (b)
Relate cell structures to basic cell functions.
How is a cell like a football stadium?
How is a cell like a football stadium?
The grass on the football field is like the cytoplasm because the cytoplasm holds everyting together. The grass holds everything together on the field.
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