The Medieval Workings of a Cell

The Medieval Workings of a Cell
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  • The Cell Wall
  • The Cell Membrane
  • Our Pleasure!
  • Thank you, guards. 
  • The Mitochondria
  • At your service!
  • The Prince of Musclia is arriving at the castle of King Nucleus. He sees the curtain walls of the castle as he rides towards it, which act as a protective barrier.
  • The Chloroplast
  • Of course! I'll get right to making it!
  • The Prince of Musclia is being let in to King Nucleus' Castle.  The guards let people in and out of the castle, kind of like a protective membrane.
  • The Golgi Apparatus
  • Thank you for the donation! I'll repurpose it as our currency.
  • Your welcome!
  • The Prince of Musculia has arrived at the castle. He is being treated to by the castle servants. They run all jobs in the castle with the exception of making the food.
  • The Nucleus
  • I have full command of this entire kingdom, kind of like a nucleus. Thank you for coming!
  • The Prince of Musclia gives dinner requests to the chefs, who make food so naturally that it's almost like their chloroplasts, converting energy to food.
  • I'd like some roast chicken, with a side of corn, please!
  •  The Prince of Musclia decides to donate some money to King Nucleus' kingdom, which has different currency. This man, who acts like a Golgi Apparatus, converts Musclia Currency to this kingdom's currency.
  • The Prince of Musclia and King Nucleus dine together. The King explains how he rules the entire kingdom.
  • Your welcome! And I loooove this fried chicken!
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