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Cell Analogy Project

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The CELL as a HOUSE Chloroplast By: Hanna Yang - Period 6 Cell Wall Cell Membrane Nucleus Mitochondria Ribosomes Cytoplasm Large Vacuole Endoplasmic Reticulum The cell membrane is like the door in a house because the door controls what goes in and what goes out of the house, like the cell membrane controls what passes in and out of the cell. I compared the cell membrane to the door in a house. The walls in a house are similar to the cell walls in a cell. The cell wall is like the wall in a house because the wall helps to protect and support the house, like the cell wall protects and supports the cell. The chloroplast is like the solar panels on a house because the solar panels use the sun's energy to generate power for the house, like the chloroplast uses the sun's energy to produce food for the cell. The chloroplast is like the solar panels on a house because the solar panels use the sun's energy to generate power for the house, like the chloroplast does to produce food for the cell. The cytoplasm is like the floor in a house because the floor contains all the parts of the house and holds them together, like the cytoplasm does for the cell. I compared the cytoplasm to the floor in a house! I compared the cytoplasm to the floor in a house. The cytoplasm is like the floor in a house because the floor contains all the parts of the house and holds them together, like the cytoplasm does for the cell. Floor! Floor! The large vacuole is like the closet in a house because the closet is the main storage area in a house, like the vacuole is in a cell. I compared the large vacuole in a cell to the large closet in a house. CLOSET! I compared the ribosomes in a cell to the kitchen in a house. The ribosomes are like the kitchen in a house because the kitchen produces meals, like the ribosomes produce proteins in a cell. Pretty nice kitchen, huh? I compared the mitochondrion in a cell to the furnace in a house. The mitochondrion is like the furnace in a house because the furnace converts cold air into warm air the house can use to heat up. The mitochondrion in a cell converts energy in food molecules into energy the cell can use. I compared the nucleus in a cell to the owner of the house. The nucleus is like the owner of the house because the owner directs everything the house does, like the nucleus does for the cell. I own a house! I compared the ER to the stairs in a house. The ER is like the stairs in a house because the stairs allow people and materials to be transported from one part of the house to another, like the ER does in a cell. Please excuse this arm. Cell Parts Video! Let's Begin! Next... Not your typical house wall... Now, let's talk about... I compared the chloroplast to the solar panels on a house. :) What now? Find out for yourself! Also... The large vacuole in a cell is like the the closet in a house becasue the closet is the main storage area in the house, like the vacuole is in the cell. Next? I compared the ribosomes in a cell to the kitchen in a house. It's time for... Moving on to... That's all! Thanks for watching! One more!
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