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Cell Analogy to a Cheer Squad

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Samantha Levine

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Cell Analogy to a Cheer Squad
Nucleus
The nucleus in a cell can be compared to Mrs. Holt. They both are the control center. Also, they are alike in which they keep everything organized and running smoothly.
Lysosome
Cell Wall
The function of a cell wall is to protect and support the cell. This is also the function of the mats on which cheerleaders practice and perform.
Cytoskeleton
Cytoskeletons in a cell can be compared to the bases in a stunt. Both are key elements to keep structures elevated.
Mitochondrion
The mitochondrion is used to transform energy. Pregame meals are also used to obtain useable energy.
The organelles inside of a cell can be compared to the characteristics and parts of a cheer squad.
Nucleus
Nucleolus
The lysosomes in a cell are like the newbies on the squad. Both have to digest things. The lysosome digests material and the new member on the cheer squad digest new material and also information, as well.
Cell wall
compared to
Vacuole
The vacuole in a cell can be compared to a persons' muscle memory. The vacuole is used as a storage place that mostly holds water. A cheerleaders' muscle memory mostly holds the feeling of certain motions, flips, and stunts and is accessed quite often.
Plant cell vacuoles are bigger than animal vacuoles also because their is only one per cell.
Animal cell vacuoles are more plentiful, yet smaller than plant vacuoles because they don't hold as much water.
Chloroplasts
The chloroplasts can be compared to the cheerleaders themselves. As the chloroplasts produce food for the plant cells, the cheerleaders produce victory.
Ribosomes
A ribosome in a cell can be compared to Mrs. Pope. Both are alike in which the ribosome makes proteins as Mrs. Pope comes up with motions to go with dances and cheers.
Plasma Membrane
The plasma membrane is used to maintain homeostasis in the cell. It can be related to cheer practice. Practice maintains the homeostasis of being great and successful!
plasma membrane
Golgi Apparatus
The Golgi Apparatus in a cell is like the bus rides to and from games and competitions. They both are forms of transportation.
(Also known as the golgi body)
Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
Cytoplasm
Cytoplasm is the jelly like substance that is present around and supports all the other organelles in the cell. It is like the friendship of all the members of the cheer squad.
Centriole
The centriole is where mitosis occurs. It can be compared to come down at the end of a pyramid. What is one big stunt, is then broken down into three separate stunts.
By: Samantha Levine
4th period Biology
September 9th, 2013
The ER is the site of the ribosomes, which make proteins. It is like the confidence of the cheer squad. When the squad works together as a team with confidence, it succeeds in producing an entertaining and energetic routine.
Endoplasmic reticulum (ER)
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