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Analogies model assessment
Updated: 8/26/2020
Analogies model assessment
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  • Nucleus
  • Mitochondria
  • Chloroplast
  • The nucleus is like a living room, because in the living room people usually spend time together, like the nucleus contains the cells DNA, and takes out MRNA.
  • Cell wall
  • The mitochondria is like a kitchen, because the kitchen keeps our food, so we can get energy, like the mitochondria produces energy, and can reproduce on its own, and it also has its own DNA.
  • Cell membrane
  • The chloroplast is like solar panels, because solar panels take energy from the sun, like the chloroplast makes photosynthesis, and has its own DNA.
  • Vacuole
  • The cell wall is like a gate, because the gates protect the house from outside things, like the cell wall makes the cellular membrane harder.
  • The cell membrane is like walls, because the walls separarte the outside of the house from the inside, like the cell membrane separates the cell from rest/outside.
  • The vacuole is like a garage, because the garage keeps us stuff, like the vacuole keeps membranes, bounds, and/or organelles.
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