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Cell Analogy (House)

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Sher Sheikh

on 10 June 2013

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Transcript of Cell Analogy (House)

This is why. . . A cell is like a house The Cell Membrane is like the door. It regulates what goes in and out of the cell. Cell Membrane The Cell Wall is like the outside of the house (e.g. bricks). It protects the cell, like the way bricks etc. protects a house. Cell Wall This organelle is like the solar panels on the roof. It absorbs light into energy, the way solar panels create energy from the Sun's heat. Chloroplast The ER in a cell is like the hallways in a house. They are both passageways Endoplasmic Reticulum Lysosome This is like a garbage can. It cleans out the cell like you use the garbage can to clean the house Mitochondria This is also like a solar panel. It converts nutrients to energy like a solar panel converts sun heat to energy Nucleus The Nucleus is like the living room. It's the main part of the cell, like the living room is the main part of the house Ribosomes Ribosomes are like the tools in a house because they synthesize proteins. Proteins complete jobs in a cell, the way tools complete jobs Vacuole The Vacuole is like a refrigerator in a house. It stores water, nutrients and/or waste products
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