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Cells and Castles: An Analogy

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Jose Garcia

on 1 October 2013

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Transcript of Cells and Castles: An Analogy

Cells and Castles: An Analogy
Cell Membrane
The cell membrane is like a draw bridge or door because, the entry of materials is selective.
The nucleus is like a king in the fact that they both direct what happens.
Dungeons and lyosomes are similar because they get rid of foreign material.
The cytoskeleton is like the pillars of a castle, they give structure and shape.
The rough endoplasmic reticulum is like a blacksmith in the fact that raw material is taken and made into something else, like iron ore being made into a sword.
Cells and Castles
Cells and Castles are very alike, their components can be compared with each other's.
Georges Jansoone
Mariana Ruiz
The mitochondria is like the kitchen because they both produce energy that can be used, in this case the energy from the kitchen is food.
Erik Zachte
Mariana Ruiz
The vacuole is like a storage room, they both store materials
The ribosomes are like the training grounds, they prepare proteins or knights before sending them on jobs.
The chloroplast is like the plants inside the castle, they both produce energy through photosynthesis
Aditya thaokar
Dr. Oliver Schneider
Golgi Apparatus
The golgi appartus is like a military general, they can change and modify cell products and soldiers.
Cell Wall
The cell wall is like the wall around a castle because it protects what's inside
Robert Wallace
By Jose Garcia
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