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The Cell Wall is a ridged outer layer of the plant cell. The brick walls are the foundation of the school building.
The Cell Membrane controls what comes in and out of a cell. The main entrance of the school building has a security system that allows people to go in and out.
The Mitochondria captures energy from the sunlight and uses it to produce food in plant cells. The electric company provides the power sources like gas and electricity to the school building.
The Nucleus is the control center of the cell; the DNA. The Principal's office is the control center of the entire school building.
The Vacuoles store water, food, wastes and other materials. The storage rooms and lockers are used to stow materials and personal belongings.
The Ribosome assembles amino acids to create proteins. The school cafeteria is where food is prepared and consumed providing students with vital nutrients like protein.
The Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) has passageways that carry proteins and other materials from one cell to another. The hallways in a school are passageways that allow students and staff to move from one place to another.
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