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A cell compared to a volleyball team

Parts of the cell act as the players on a team
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Hallie Stalcup

on 20 December 2012

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IF YOU WANT TO SEE AN EXAMPLE ON HOW TO USE THIS TEMPLATE, PLEASE CHECK: https://prezi.com/n-8ibkiw881r/number-systems/ The cell membrane of the court would be the out of bounds line, because it shows if the all is in or out. The nucleus Cell analogy project! Cell analogy project! Cell analogy project! Cell analogy project! Ribosomes would act as the referee on the volleyball court. They both direct everything. Cell analogy project! Cell analogy project! The endoplasmic reticulum is most like the diggers on a volleyball team because they both get the items to be useable. Cell analogy project! Cell analogy project! The nucleolus would be the ticket booth to watch the volleyball game. They both make things that they need to preform/make things. Cell analogy project! The nucleus is the boss of an animal cell, and the boss of a volleyball team is the coach. The Mitochondrion in an animal cell is like a setter on a volleyball court. They both control everything. The vacuole of an animal cell would be the labareo of a volleyball team. They both "store" things. The cytoplasm in an animal cell would act as the players of a volleyball court. They surround everything. The golgi apparatus of an animal cell is most like the hitter. They both distribute items. A animal cell compared to a volleyball court/players. By: Hallie Stalcup Cell analogy project! The lysosomes of an animal cell act as a back row digger. They both are a big part of the overall outcome. Cell analogy project! The lysosomes act as the back row digger of the team. They both help deeds get done.
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