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Animal Cell

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Animal Cell


Washington D.C.

Our entire Nation is governed in Washington D.C and the historical center of our nation The Nucleus gives other organelles instructions similar to our capitol and holds the DNA of the Cell which would translate into the historical background of it


Copy Machine Production Facility

Creates the needed Copy Machine to produce multiple forms of paper products which are then used for a variety of things

This would be similar in cells because the Nucleolus produces ribosome’s that are needed for protein synthesis similar to a factory that produces copy machines

Cell Membrane

Border Patrol

A barrier that keeps unwanted people and substances out of our country by use of a security force and fences

In a cell the Membrane does the same thing by keeping out unwanted substances and keeping everything within the cell intact


Earth Air

The watery substance that engulfs the inner workings of the cell is similar to our air that we as humans breathe in as it is required for life on earth

Cells need this cytoplasm to function properly and maintain a healthy water balance within the cell, the cytoplasm also helps break down substances within the cell to help organelles process better



Eaten by people throughout the nation our farmlands are used to produce food to power out country as the organic fuel of our nation

Within the cell the Mitochondria provides energy for other organelles along with its production of ATP

Endoplasmic Reticulum

Interstate system

Serves as our means of travel between cities and other parts of our nation

The Endoplasmic Reticulum is the transport for proteins within an animal cell acting as a highway within cell

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