Why a prison is like a cell
By Ryan Sattele
Why the lysosomes are like the janitors:
The lysosomes are cells that break down the "waste" of the cell. The janitors of a prison clean up the trash of the prison.
Why the cytoskeleton is like the pillars inside the prison:
The cytoskeleton is what keeps the cells shape and structure. The pillars inside a prison are made for support and to help the prison keep from collapsing.
Why the mitochondria are like the power generators:
Mitochondria make energy for the cell to use. The power generators in a prison make the energy necessary to keep the prison's lights on and supply it with heat.
Why the vacuoles are like the prison cells:
Vacuoles store food and water within themselves. The cells in a prison store prisoners, while prisoners aren't food they are still stored within a cell.