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Animal Cell Analogy to Human Body
Transcript of Animal Cell Analogy to Human Body
Cell Membrane to Skin
Cytoplasm to Water
Nucleus to Brain
Nucleolus to Brain Cells
Smooth ER to Immune System
Rough ER to Veins
Ribosomes to Heart
Golgi Apparatus to Large Intestine
Lysosome to Stomach
Mitochondria to Lungs
Skin and a cell membrane compare by first being the very outside of the organism and by controlling what goes in/ protecting the organism.
Water and cytoplasm compare by both being the main substances in each organism and by helping each in their processes.
A brain and a nucleus compare by both being the controllers of each organism.
Brain cells and a nucleolus compare by both being inside the "controller" and helping the organism to function properly.
An immune system and a smooth ER compare by both having the same job, the "detoxers" of the organism.
Veins and a Rough ER compare by both having the job of transporting what is vital to the organism.
A heart and ribosomes compare by both having the job of producing what is vital to the organism.
The large intestine and a golgi apparatus compare by both having the function of being temporary storage of sorts for each organism.
A stomach and lysosomes compare because they both act as a dissolver/ disinfecter for the organism.
Lungs and mitochondria compare by both being producers of energy for the organism.