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Cells Analogy Project

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Endoplasmic Reticulum vs. Training Center The mitochondria of a cell are like the power control centers of a zombie free zone because the mitochondria provides energy for the cell as do the power control centers of a zombie free zone. Depending on the severity of the zombie apocalypse, the power control centers vary from simple campfires to generators. Cell Analogy Project Sophia Kornitsky 02/03/13 Ms. Berlo A How is this... ..like this? A cell is like a... Nucleus vs. HQ The nucleus of a cell is like a zombie safe zone headquarters because they both contain the instructions for and control all other functions of the structure. Vacuoles vs. Supply Center Vacuoles of a cell are like supply centers of a zombie free zone in that both store materials the structure needs, such as food and water. Lysosomes vs. Zombie Killers Lysosomes of a cell are like zombie killers of a zombie free zone because both eradicate unneeded materials. Whereas lysosomes break down lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, and useless organelles, zombie killers break down loose zombies or infected humans. Ribosomes vs. Messengers Ribosomes of a cell are like messengers of a zombie free zone because both carry out orders from their control centers to different parts of the structure to be carried out. The endoplasmic reticulum of a cell is like
the training center in the zombie free zone.
The endoplasmic reticulum assembles and
transports molecules of the cell, such as lipids
and proteins. While the training center trains
survivors into zombie killers, farmers, and other occupations necessary for survival and transports them into the zombie free zone or a job assignment office. Golgi Body vs. Job Assignment Office The golgi body of a cell is like the job assignment office a a zombie free zone, or at least of a well developed zombie free zone. The golgi body, or golgi apparatus, modifies, sorts, and packages proteins and other materials from the endoplasmic reticulum for storage or usage in or out of the cell. The job assignment office of any good zombie free zone takes trainees from the training center and modifies them for their specialized role in sustaining the free zone, as well as gets them to their final post in or out of the free zone. Endoplasmic Reticulum vs. Training Center Mitochondria vs. Power Control The mitochondria of a cell are like the power control centers of a zombie free zone because both provide energy for the structure. Mitochondria of cells convert chemical energy into stored food for late usage, while power control centers provide zombie free zones with various and necessary powers, such as heat and electricity. Power control centers vary in size from rows of generators to simple campfires depending on the severity of the zombie apocalypse. Cell Wall vs. Outer Barracks Cell walls are like the outer barracks of zombie free zones in the sense that they both give each structure its shape and support and is the first line of defense from the outside world. Cell walls give certain cells, such as plant cells, their support and shape and keep out foreign materials. While outer barracks give the zombie free zones their rough shape and keep out hoards of zombies. Cell Membrane vs. Checkpoint Fence Finally, the cell membrane is like the checkpoint fence of a zombie free zone. Cell membranes regulate the input and output of materials entering and leaving the cell and give the cell its shape. The checkpoint fence gives the zombie free zone its definite shape and checks regulates humans entering and leaving the cell for infection. Wait, so does that
mean that this... ...is the same as this? You decide.
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