This is why you need the mitochondria organelle to survive as well. 3. In our lives, many things have a certain form and shape that help with their function (ex. the nozzle of a spray bottle). Choose anything (does not have to be related to the body) and discuss that relationship. Then think about your cells – they too have certain forms that help with function. Discuss this relationship. Then further discuss the examples provided below. (100-word minimum) Batteries in clock The batteries in a clock keep the clock ticking, if the batteries stop working the clock stops ticking. If the clock stops ticking due to the batteries dying the clock shuts down and doesn’t work anymore. The batteries in a clock are the equivalent to your heart. If your heart stops working your body will shut down. If you don’t want your clock to stop working you want to replace the batteries when the clock slows down, before the batteries die, and your clock 1
SC121 Unit 4 Assignment completely shuts down. You can get aa heart replacement if your body slows down before your heart stops and your body completely shuts down. Once the batteries in a clock stop working completely your clock will not work. Same goes for your body once your heart stops working your body will completely shut down. The only difference is when your batteries die you can still replace them and restart your clock, in most cases you cannot replace the heart once it dies and stops working. a. Sperm cell - the primary function of a sperm cell is to reproduce a new organism. If we do not have sperm cells, we cannot reproduce a new organism(fetus). This means if no one had sperm cells no one would be able to have children, which means the human population would be extinct. b. Red blood cell - red blood cell function is vital to the body, because they provide oxygen to the lungs. Without proper function of red blood cells, we would not have a proper flow of oxygen to the lungs and we would not survive.
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