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Cell City~School

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Sarah Arnan

on 10 November 2014

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Transcript of Cell City~School

Cell Theory
1. Cells are the structural unit of all living things
2. All cells come from preexisting cells
3. All Living things are made up of one or more cells
Nucleus
The Nucleus is related to the office in school because the nucleus is the "brain" and tells the cell what to do. Just like the office they know all the instructions for the students to do in a school day.
Endoplasmic Reticulum
The ER is like the school bus bringing students to school because the ER transports things.
Golgi Apparatus
The Golgi Apparatus is the organelle that packages and distributes materials such as proteins. It would be the mail room/lockers in a school.
Cell Membrane
The cell membrane acts as a doorway in a school classroom because the cell membrane is a protective layer for the cell and it lets thing come in and out of it.
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Cytoplasm
Cytoplasm is like the students in school because cytoplasm is a fluid that fills a cell. People are considered cytoplasm because they fill up the space in a school.
Vacuole
Vacuoles are storages that hold food, water, and waste. They are the storage closet in a school.
Mitochondria
Mitochondria is what makes the energy for a cell. Therefore, it would be related to the cafeteria because, the cafeteria is where energy in the form of chemical bonds of food is supplied for use by the school population.
Chloroplasts
You can compare the chloroplast in a plant cell to a solar panel. Much like a solar panel, the chloroplast receives energy from the sun and converts it into sugar and the green coloring to a plant. A solar panel uses the sun's energy to convert it into energy to light a house
Cell WAll
The cell wall would be the fence protecting the school campus. Just like a fence, It protects the plant and gives it support.
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