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Cell Analogy : In A Office Building.

How oganelles could interact with an Office Building.

Lauren Elliott

on 4 December 2012

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Transcript of Cell Analogy : In A Office Building.

Organelles: Examples in a Office Building. Cell Analogy: Nucleus: The "Nucleus" of a office building could be the owner, founder, or chief of the office building. Since the Nucleus is the Main Control, or the "Manager". Vacoule: The "Vacoule" of the office building could be a desk, closet, or room since a vacoule is a 'storage unit" Mitochondria: The Mitchondria of the office could be, the people that supply food in the cafeteria. The mitochondria is the source of the cell that breaks up food energy. Lysosome: Lysosome could be the employees or people inside the office building, or the Animals outside the office building. (Birds, Mice, ect.) Because Lysosomes digest food. Cell Membrane The cell membrane of the office building could be the security of the building or even the walls and structure of the bilding itself. Since cell membrane is known as the "bordor control". Endoplasmic Reticulum The Endoplasmic Recticulum of an office building could be the hallways or bridges of the building. Since Endoplasmic Reticulum of a cell is the clear, tubular passageways. Ribosomes: The Ribosomes of an office building would be the PEOPLE. We digest and break down the proteins of the cell. And that is the job of the Ribosomes.
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