Cell analogy: White House - NylandBiology2012-2013

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By:
Dylan Landgraf
Cell membrane

It is in both


The analogous part
is the gate around
the white house
The gate keeps
people in or out. It is
selectively
permeable it doesn’t
let uncertified
people in.
cytoplasm

It is in both

The analogous part
rooms inside the
White House. It
contains the
orgenelles.
nucleus

It is in both

The analogous part
the president. He
controls everything.
Endoplasmic reticulum

It is in both

The analogous part
is fed ex because
they ship stuff for
the white house.
ribosomes

It is in both

The analogous part
the kitchen. It makes
protein and in the
kitchen they make
food with proteins.
nucleolus

It is in both

The analogous part
is the vice president.
He helps the
president.
mitochondria

It is in both

The analogous part
is the power
company of the
white house
because it gives the
white house power
Golgi body

It is in both

The analogous part
is the mail box. It
ships stuff.
vacuole

It is in both

The analogous part
the closet. It stores
stuff.
cites
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_House
_Complex
 history.com
 whitehousemuseum.org
 timeforkids.com
 fastlines.net
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