Cell Analogy

A Cell is like Soccer...

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The cytoskeleton is like the...

flag poles because the cytoskeleton gives support to the cell structure and the flag poles shape the field.
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The nucleus is like the...

referee because the nucleus controls what happens in a cell and the referee controls what happens and what the calls are in the game.
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The cytoplasm is like the...

grass because the cytoplasm fills up the cell and the grass is all over the field
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The cell/plasma membrane is like the...

lines on the field because the cell/plasma membrane lets things exit and enter the cell it's like a boundary and the lines on the field are the boundary of the ball going in and out.
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The endoplasmic reticulum is like the...

players passing the ball because the endoplasmic reticulum passes proteins to another thing for it to process and the players pass the ball to another teammate.
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The vacuole is like the...

goalie because the vacuole keeps away unwanted things that surround the cell and the goalie keeps the ball away from the opposite team to prevent them from scoring.
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