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Plant Cell Amusement Park
Transcript of Plant Cell Amusement Park
The cell wall is the gate surrounding the park
and keeps everyone inside, just like it protects
the inner part of a cell.
The cell membrane is the requirements
one needs to ride the rides, just like the
cell's membrane, which only allows certain things to pass through.
The cytoplasm is the fluid that fills a cell,
just like the land and pathways that fill the
rest of the park.
The nucleus is the central most important part
of a cell, which holds all the information and
authority in what the cell does.
The communications room is where information
gets sent out to security and staff, just like a
Lysosomes break down large molecules in a cell. Our cleanup crews “break down” and get rid of the trash that is around the park!
Where you can learn and have fun!
Welcome to Cell World
A vacuole is a sac or "storage tank" in a cell that stores
food, water, and metabolic waste, just like a trash can
in a park would do.
The mitochondria provides the cell with energy,
just like the power source does for all the
It keeps them running!
The ER is found throughout the whole cell and is like a highway for the transportation of proteins.
A monorail or bus would be like the ER, which transports the people wherever they want to go in the park!
The Golgi Apparatus is responsible for modifying, sorting, and packaging substances for exocytosis or use within the cell.
This is like the workers in the gift shops who have to package and sort stuff to sell to our customers!
Chloroplasts are the food producers of the cell.
Our chefs in the restaurants produce food for the
Thanks for visiting the park.
Please come again!