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The Cell Compared to The Human Body

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Katie Almoney

on 5 November 2015

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Transcript of The Cell Compared to The Human Body

The Vacuole Compared to The Stomach
The Endoplasmic Reticulum and The Blood Vessels
The Muscles Compared to The Cytoplasm
The Cell Compared to The Human Body
The Bone Cells and The Ribosomes
The Golgi Body is Like The Heart and Lungs
The Brain Compared to the Nucleus
The Skin Compared to The Cell Membrane
How The Bones and The Cytoskeleton Are Alike
The Mitochondrea is Like The Intestines
The Cell Compared
to The Human Body

By: Katie Almoney
The human body and the animal cell have a lot in common. The organelles of the cell can be compared to the body parts of the human body. The nucleus in the human body is the brain. Both the brain and the nucleus are the control centers of the cell and body. They hold all of the information. They also send signals to all parts and organelles throughout the body and cell and tell them what they need to do. Then there’s the ER. The blood vessels are similar because they are the passageways of the body and they allow things to travel and move around just like what the endoplasmic reticulum does in the cell. The skin and the cell membrane are both the outer later. They allow the entrance of objects but also protect the body from foreign intruders. The cytoskeleton and the bones hold the body/ cell together as well as protecting them. The ribosomes and intestines are alike because they produce protein or extract protein from food for the cell and body. This keeps the body functioning properly. Also, the golgi body is just like the heart and lungs because they distribute things like oxygen, blood and protein around the cell and body. The vacuole is like the stomach because it stores food and water for later use. The intestines are also the mitochondria because it produces and or extracts energy from the food to help the body/ cell work. Lastly, the cytoplasm is like the muscles in the body because they hold the organs and organelles in place. In order for the human body and the cell to work, all of the organs and organelles have to work together and function properly.
The brain and the nucleus are very similar. They both control the cell and body. But they both also hold all of the information of the body and cell. Without the brain or nucleus, the cell and body wouldn't be able to function because the control centers send signals to the other organs and organelles which tells them what to do. Without them, they organ/ elles wouldn't work. Which means the cell or body wouldn't work. The nucleus and the brain are necessary.

Then there’s the ER. The blood vessels are similar because they are the passageways of the body and they allow things to travel and move around just like what the endoplasmic reticulum does in the cell. They move protein, oxygen, glucose and other molecules through the body/ cell.
The skin and the cell membrane are both the outer layers. They allow the entrance of objects but also protect the body or the cell from foreign intruders.
The cytoskeleton and the bones hold the body/ cell together as well as protecting them. Without the bones and cytoskeleton, the cell and body would be a pile of flesh and organelles but the organ/ elles would also become hurt and destroyed.
Also, the golgi body is just like the heart and lungs because they distribute things like oxygen, blood and protein around the cell and body. Also, the heart and lungs are connected to the blood vessels just like the golgi body is connected to the ER.
The vacuole is like the stomach because it stores food and water for later use. This allows the body and or cell to get energy when needed.
The intestines are also the mitochondria because it produces and or extracts energy from the food to help the body/ cell work.
The cytoplasm is like the muscles in the body because they hold the organs and organelles in place. They also protect the organs and organelles from injury.
The ribosomes and bone cells are alike because they build proteins and build bones that allow the body and cell to grow and multiply. This helps the civilization and group of cells thrive.
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