Cell Analogy

A cell is like marching band...

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The job of the NUCLEUS is similar to MR. BENSON because...

Mr. Benson controls where the band goes and what is does just as the nucleus controls the cell.
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The NUCLEOLUS is like the DRUM MAJORS because...

Drum majors control how fast the band moves just as the DNA in the nucleolus controls the cell's qualities.
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The BAND ROOM best represents the CELL MEMBRANE because...

The cell membrane allows nutrients to go in and out of the cell like the band room allows kids and instruments in it.
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The MITOCHONDRIA is like the BRASS SECTION because...

The brass section is the powerhouse of the band and provide it with most of the sound just as the mitochondria provides energy and nutrients for the cell.
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The VACUOLE is best represented by the WOODWIND SECTION because...

The woodwinds hold the melody in the band like the vacuole holds the nutrients for the cell.
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The DRUM LINE is similar to the LYSOSOMES because...

Drum line always has trash around them and Mr. Benson (the nucleus) makes them clean it up just like how the lysosomes convert and dispose of waste.
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The job of the RIBOSOMES is similar to the COLOR GUARD because...

Color guard ass color and personality to the show just like how the ribosomes create proteins for the cell.
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