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Cell Analogy Project (Car)

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Katie Downing

on 5 October 2012

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Transcript of Cell Analogy Project (Car)

A Cell Is To A Car... By Greg Traver and Katie Downing A cell membrane is to a cell as the frame is to a car. They are both boundaries. The nucleus is to a cell as the driver is to a car. They are both what command. The cytoplasm is to a cell as the interior is to a car. The are both the insides. The mitochondria is to a cell as the battery is to a car. They both provide energy. The chloroplast is to a cell as a gas station is to a car. They both provide food. Ribosomes are to a cell as gasoline is to a car. They are the food. The endoplasmic reticulum is to a cell as the wires in the engine are to a car. They both transport the things necessary for the proper function of the cell and car. The Golgi apparatus is to a cell as the carburetor is to a car. The carburetor packages fuel air and sends them throughout the engine and the Golgi apparatus packages proteins and sends them throughout the cell. The lysosomes are to a cell as the exhaust system is to a car. The exhaust system removes unwanted gas from the car and and lysosomes remove unwanted waste that was broken down. The vacuoles are to a cell as the gas tank is to a car. They both store liquid and fuel. Microtubules/Microfilaments are to a cell as the chassis is to a car. They both contribute to the structure.
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