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Relation of Volleyball to a Cell
Transcript of Relation of Volleyball to a Cell
Cytoplasm Cytoplasm is a jelly like filler that keeps organelles moving. All other organelles reside inside the cytoplasm and this is also where cellular metabolism occurs. It also transfers water in and out of the cell. Each side of the court are like the cytoplasm. Inside the cytoplasm is where all the organelles reside, and each side of the court is where all the players, plays are, and the points in the game take place. Nucleus The nucleus is a membrane organelle containing the cell's DNA, and basically the brain of the cell. The coach is the brain of the team and who trains the players. They set up the plays and decide what players to put on and take off the court. The coach is who contains all the "DNA" of the team, so it is like the nucleus that resides in the membrane and contains the DNA of the cell, as well as acts as brain of the cell. Nucleolus The nucleolus is a non-membrane bound structure composed of proteins and nucleic acids. Produces ribosomes needed for cell division. It produces ribisomes needed for cell division, also. Hitters are like the nucleolus. They are what provides the team with less chances of the other side getting the ball back in play and they what decides how the ball is going to travel back to the other side of the net (i.e. roll shot, hitting line, deep, or short), like the nucleolus provides ribosomes that are needed for cell division (getting another point/the ball back to serve) and the nucleolus is composed of proteins and nucleic acids like how the hitter hits the ball over the net. Golgi Bodies The Golgi bodies are a collection of folded membranes that store and transport proteins. The referee and line judges of the game are what the Golgi bodies would represent on a volleyball court. They are who judge if a certain team is going to get the point or the ball back on their court. They are also what judges if the ball is in or out, and ultimately who decides the fate of both teams. Like Golgi bodies transport and store proteins, refs and line judges are able to take away or give points to the team.
Lysosomes Lysosomes contain bacteria that is needed in digestion. They are comon in animal cells. These would be the blockers because they are in the front row, like lysosomes are common in animal cells and they are needed for bacteria digestion. In the case of volleyball, the bacteria needing to be digested would be the other teams play and the possibility for that team to score a point on a hit, so if the blockers block the ball, they are clearing away the bacteria. Vacuoles Vacuoles aid in digestion within the cell. They are large storage tanks for water, though larger in plant cells due to the amount to water needed for photosynthesis. Serves would be the vacuole equivalent in volleyball. This is because they help the team to score points, or aid in digestion in the cell. A serve is very importatn in volleyball because if it is a strong serve, it allows the team to get a lead in the game and get the team closer to winning, like how vacuoles store water for photosynthesis Serves become better as you practice and the higher level of volleyball you play because serves are very important to winning the game. This is like how vacuoles are larger in plant cells than animal because plants need more water for photosynthesis, which is very important to a plant's survival.