Shekelstein and Mitochondriassad
By slakey, Updated
Shekelstein steals all of the shekels from the organelles, and the brave mitochondriassad must retrieve them before the cell dies.
Inside the safety of the cell wall, and cell membrane:
"They will never suspect that I took their shekels...
The central vacuole, Shekelstein has been using his storage not for water, but to hold all of the organelle's shekels inside of him
The next morning, all of the oraganelles realized one by one that their shekels were missing. They needed the shekels to function properly, or else the cell would shut down.
The cell membrane could no longer regulate what comes in and out of the cell, the nucleus grew weak, and could not protect his DNA, The smooth and rough ER had trouble producing their proteins and lipids, the golgi body became unable to move, and could not sort the proteins, the ribosomes halted all protein production, the cytoplasm was unaffected, but had nothing to do since all organelles couldn't move. The chromosomes still held the DNA of the host cell. The lysosomes could not remove dead particles, and the chloroplast stopped photosynthesis, and no food was produced for the plant.
One mitochondria, named mitochondriassad, was able to function still, as he produced his own ATP. Shekelstein the Central Vacuole was still functioning as is ususal, so Mitochondriassad knew who the culprit was.
Return the shekels, you greedy thief.
Mitochondriassad forced himself into the vacuole's storage space, and dug out the shekels that were stored inside. He swiftly returned his retrieved shekels to all the organelles, and they all returned to their daily functions once again. From this point on, Mitochondriassad took a close watch over shekelstein, to make sure he would never steal the shekels again.
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