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Cell Analogy to the Human Body

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on 4 November 2013

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Transcript of Cell Analogy to the Human Body

Cell Analogy to the Human Body
Cell Organelle
Cell Membrane
it's function is to keep the interior of the cell protected
Allows certain things into the cell while keeping other things out
helps support the cell and maintain it's shape
Liquid substance that fills the inside of the cell
Holds all cells internal substructures
Most cellular activities take place within the cytoplasm
Cytoplasm
Cell Organelle
Cell Organelle
Ribosomes
function is to produce amino acids and proteins in the cells
All living cells contain ribosomes
can be free within the cytoplasm of a cell or attached to endoplasmic reticulum
Cell Organelle
Endoplasmic Reticulum
transports proteins throughout the cell
two region of E.R, rough and smooth
Rough E.R has ribosomes attached to them
Smooth E.R lacks ribosomes
Golgi Complex
Cell Organelle
modifies proteins and packages them for delivery to the plasma membrane for secretion or to destinations
A stack of membrane- bounded channels and vacuoles
Mitochondria
Cell Organelle
involved in cellular respiration
the (Power House)
here energy is released in the cell
Nucleus
Cell Organelle
controls the cells activities
contain the cell's DNA
contains the nucleolus
Nucleolus
Cell Organelle
located inside the nucleus
makes ribosomes
Analogy Comparison
Brain
stores memory and controls the human body
contains billions of nerve cells that send and receive information around the body
Pituitary Gland
Analogy Comparison
Small oval lies in the back of the brain
other glands depend on its secretions for stimulation
helps the brain
Skin
Analogy Comparison
surrounds the body
Protects the internal parts from it's environment
Controls what goes in and out of the body
Analogy comparison
Digestive Tract
Allows your body to get nutrients and energy from what you eat
Breaks down food and prepares it for secretion
Blood
Analogy Comparison
A fluid that fills the inside of the body
It is a transport system that carries oxygen and the essential chemicals to where they are needed in the body
Carries lot's of things such as cells
Analogy comparison

Large intestine
responsible for absorption of water and excretion of solid waste material
break down food with enzymes and pass it into the bloodstream for circulation throughout the body
food is converted into nutrient forms capable of providing the organs with energy to function and to grow
Calcium
Analogy comparison
A mineral that must be constantly eaten to build bone and maintain blood level of calcium
Can be found in the bone marrow or on the bone
Bones
Analogy comparison
supports the body
allow movement, mineral & growth factor storage and blood cell formation
Transports calcium throughout body
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