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An Animal Cell Is Like A Restaurant!

Explains how animal cells relate to a restaurant

Julie Nguyen

on 24 September 2012

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Transcript of An Animal Cell Is Like A Restaurant!

By: Julie Nguyen
5th period An Animal Cell...
is kind of like a restaurant! The nucleus is the brain of the cells...
which is kind of like the managers of the restaurant! Nucleus Ribosomes make the proteins but in a restaurant, the chefs make the food! Ribosomes The cytoplasm is where all the organelles are and separates the nucleus. In a restaurant, the tables separate the people into different places! Cytoplasm Mitochondria converts the nutrients into energy for the cell, just like a kitchen that makes the food in a restaurant! Mitochondria The DNA carries out the information out in an animal cell. In a restaurant, the menu has all the information about the foods! DNA The nuclear membrane controls what comes in and out of the cell which is kind of like the security that gives you permission to go inside the restaurant! Cell Membrane The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) transports the information to other parts of the cell. In a restaurant, the waiter gathers information about the order to the chefs! Endoplasmic Reticulum Lysosomes break down the materials that aren't needed which is like the janitors who clean up the restaurant up. Lysosomes Thanks For Watching! Now do see the relationships of an animal cell to a restaurant?
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