This is the Hair Salon's owner's office. This is where he makes sure everyone is doing their job right and is in charge of what happens
The nucleus works to help the cell perform all its functions. It does this by directing everything to do their job.
This is where the workers move around the building and work with equipment on customers. The janitor cleans up after the customers and puts things into place.
The Smooth E.R makes cellular products, the hormones and lipids, which is money. The Golgi apparatus sorts and packages the proteins. The cytoplasm removes waste material.
This is the outside of the building where people enter and exit. The walls protect customers inside and give the salon its structure. The door and windows separate the inside from the outside. The advertiser attracts customers to make the business grow.
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The cell wall gives the cell strength and structure. The cytoskeleton gives a cell its shape, offers support, and facilitates movement. The cell membrane separates the inside cells from the outside. Ribosomes make proteins and repair damage. The Rough E.R. makes the ribosomes and are responsible for the assembly of proteins.