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Cell Analogy Project

By Billy Griggs & Vinny Rush
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Billy Griggs

on 14 March 2011

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Transcript of Cell Analogy Project

Analogy The Cell : Swimming Pool Vacule : Pool itself Nucleus : Life Guard Cell Membrane : Fence around the Pool Cytoplasm : Concrete Cytoskeleton : Walls of the Pool Chloroplast : Food Stand Golgi Apparatus : Pool Filters Mitochondria : Electricity Mitochondira: It is the powerhouse of the cell, which means that is is required for the cell to opperate properly. Just like the pool, it needs power (Electricity) to opperate all of its functions. The Nucleus is the command center of the cell, which is like a life guard, because they have to make sure everything is going the way it should. The Cytoplasm is what holds everything in place, it is the same as the concrete that surrounds a pool, because without it, it would have no structure. The Chloroplast is only found in plant cells, but it is the food producer of the cell, which is like a food stands or snack machines at the pool. The vacuole is a place where water is stored, which like is the pool itself. The cell membrane controls what goes in, and what goes out of the cell. This is the fence and gate at the pool, meaning people that paid can get in, and they can get out as well. The cytoskeleton maintains the shape and size of the cell, which is compared to the walls of the pool, because with out them the pool wouldnt have any definate shape The Golgi Aparatus is like the trash collectors of the cell, which keeps it clean. This would be the filters of the pool, making sure that everything clean. mailto:rsshockey@shenandoah.k12.va.us
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