Response to stimuli
Going to the gym works out my muscles. When doing so, over time my ribosomes create muscular proteins.
This analogy shows that the cell membrane is like homoeostasis, by allowing me to enter and exit this closet. Constantly.
Yeah, that could work. But I was thinking that lysosomes could also work because they breakdown food.
The mitochondria makes energy, and when we eat food our metabolism turns it into energy. So in a way aren't they alike?
Over time I grew, just like how cells move and change thanks to microtubules and microfilliments.
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