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cell organelles or structures represented: cell membrane, vesicle, nucleus, nucleolus, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, mitochondrion, vacuole, nuclear envelope, ribosome, microtubules, and microfilaments. Additionally, if the design is based on an animal cell, a centriole and lysosome must be included; if based on a plant cell, a chloroplast and cell wall must be included. Incorporate the organelle’s structure or function into your design. For example, the vacuole could be a water feature; the endoplasmic reticulum could have a tube that transports the golf ball to another location. Make a blueprint that shows the layout of the course and the relative shape and size of each organelle. Your blueprint can be drawn on a posterboard or done electronically. If electronic, you must also submit your drawings – do not copy information from the Internet and call it your own. On your blueprint, identify the number for each hole, each organelle, and its function . Briefly describe the appearance of each organelle’s hole. The path that leads from one hole to the next should link organelles whose functions relate to one another.
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