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Katie Winter

on 14 October 2013

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Our candidate, The Chloroplast
Don't vote for anyone else!
I help plants live
And all of you!
Chloroplast gives off oxygen in the process of photosynthesis, which is essential to life on Earth

Chloroplast also keeps plants alive, this is especially helpful to vegetarians, who live off of eating plants!
There are over 50 diseases that can effect a body's Lysosomes, making them unable to break down worn-out organelles or other things which soon clog the cell and stop it from working!
Why vote for anyone else?
As you can see, the Chloroplast is clearly better than the Lysosome or Nucleus, giving life to plants, animals, and all of us at the same time.

Vote for me!
Chloroplast is not only necessary for a plant's survival, but our own as well.

Chloroplast is the most important organelle in the plant cell
No other organelle could even come close!
It also contain chlorophyll which makes it green, how cool is that?
Chloroplast's most important component ,Chlorophyl, is responsible for providing food to for whole cell!
Chlorophyl provides food in the form of delicious sugars through Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis takes water, Carbon Dioxide, and a little sun to provide the sugars the cell needs and also the Oxygen we all need!
This means that the without Chloroplast, plants would all starve and wither!
The nucleus may seem like it keeps everything together, but it is really a fragile and frail candidate!

Hi Katie!
Hi again Katie! (#2!)
This is just the tip of the iceberg (or branch).
Hi Katie! (#3)
"Not all who wander are lost"
-J.R.R Tolkien.
I doubt he was talking about wandering around a Prezi!
Hi Katie! (#4)
Never stand in the shadow of others,
but it's fine to write in the shadow of a Prezi tree!
Hi Katie! (#5)
This might be the last one... You may never know!
Wow, at this zoom the pic is really out of focus!
Hi Katie! (#6)
Fun fact:
Microdot photography can reduce a paragraph to the size of a period!
Hi Katie! (#7)
Does this remind you at all on Horton hears a who?
Hi Katie! (#7 or 8, I can't remember)
Probably the last one, I don't think you will ever see these!
Hi Katie! (#23)
(a bit bigger than the rest so that I can see it)
what is up with this tiny dot?
Oh,well. Salutations Katherine! (Number nine)
One gene misplaced within the nucleus can cause our heart to stop!
That means that if even one of the
hundreds of genes within the correct
cell is bumped out of place, we might die!
Lysosomes also sometimes break open and
eat through the rest of the cell, killing it.
Would you vote for something so fragile?
So vote for Chloroplast, and help it make
tomorrow better for all the vegetarians!
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