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Cell Analogy: House

Andrea Zabkowski, Robbie Kraft

Robbie Kraft

on 11 October 2012

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Cell Analogy to a House Cell Membrane:

Lets particles in and out, like a door The mitochondria is the power grid because it controls all the houses electrical energy. The cytoplasm is everything that isn't the nucleus, such as the door and the power grid. The nucleus is the people, they keep the house under control The vacuole is the refrigerator because it stores the food A furnace would be like the chloroplasts, because they turn gas into heat, and a chloroplast turns carbon dioxide into suger (energy). The Endoplasmic Reticulum is like the hallways. It allows things to move about the cell and in the case of the house, the people. The Golgi Apparatus is like the mailbox. It ships things out of the house, just like the golgi does in a cell.
The Lysosomes are like the garbage cans; they remove all of the excess waste in a cell. The Ribosomes are like a kitchen, because ribosomes make protein which keeps the cell alive. A kitchen makes food for the house, keeping everyone inside alive, too. Andrea Zabkowski Robbie Kraft Andrea Zabkowski Robbie Kraft
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