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Cell Simile Project:an animal cell is like a city.

i think an animal cell is like a city...


on 1 February 2013

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Transcript of Cell Simile Project:an animal cell is like a city.

an animal cell is like a city NUCLEUS/CITY HALL MITOCHONDRIA/POWER PLANT RIBOSOMES/LUMBER YARD ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM/TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE The Golgi body is like the post office because it sends proteins to the endoplasmic reticulum. The nucleus is like city hall because it controls everything that happens in the city. In the cell, the nucleus controls all of the activities of the cell. It tells all the other organelles what to do. The mitochondria creates energy for the cell to use. A power plant generates electricity to keep the city going The ribosomes provide the proteins to build the organelles in the cell. It is like a lumber yard because the city uses it to build. The endoplasmic reticulum is responsible for sending proteins to different parts of the cell. The transportation of the cell. GOLGI BODY/POST OFFICE Cell Simile Project CYTOPLASM/GREENERY the cytoplasm is like the greenery of a city because it surrounds buildings/organelles and protects them. VACUOLES/STORAGE The vacuoles are like storage facilities because they store things the cell/city doesn't need. LYSOSOMES/WASTE MANAGEMENT the lysosomes are like waste management because they break down other things that the cell doesn't need. and that concludes my presentation.
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