analogy explanation

analogy explanation - Pipes or Microtubules/ Microfilaments...

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Road Barrier or Cell Membrane Mayor of Nucleus Medal Detector or Nuclear Envelope Copy Machine or Nucleolus City Laws or DNA Construction Workers or Ribosomes Roads or Endoplasmic Reticulum Recycling or Lysosome Electricity Lines or Mitochondria Pipes or Microtubules/ Microfilaments Cars or Flagella/ Cilia Crossing Guard or Centrioles Post Office or Golgi Bodies Water Tower or Vacuole/ Central Vacuole Atmosphere or Cytoplasm Grocery Store or Plastid Police or Cell Wall
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they both contain energy for the cell or Cherry Hill. The cell membrane and road barriers are both alike because they both separate two things and give the cell or city its shape The nucleus is like the mayor because they are both the head of the cell or Cherry Hill. The nuclear envelope compares to a medal detector because they both allow certain things in and out “protecting” the thing inside. The DNA and the city laws are both corresponding because they are both the rules for the cell or town. The copy machine and the
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