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The nucleus is like the coachs of a football team. It makes all decisions that should happen just like the coachs.
The cell membrane is like the offensive line of a football team it protects the qb like the cell membrane protects the cell.
The cytoskeleton is like then the running backs they move the ball up the field.
The mitochondria is like the player that gives all the speeches to pump up the team before and during the game. It provides energy.
The Golgi apparatus is much like the trainer because it prepares the players injuries on and off the field and also packages all the medical equipment.
The ribosome's are like fans that make it loud and give the players the push that they need to succeed.
Smooth er is like doing the conditioning to get in shape and get rid of all lipids.
The same thing as the smooth er.
The microtubules are like the defensive line because they need to have a good solid struture to power through the opponents offensive line.
Lysomes are like receivers in a way that they break down which way they need to move to out run the corner.
The reticulum is the hole team the players represent the network of tubules.
A linebacker is a good comparison for the vesicles because linebackers have all their power and energy stored up to release on the opponants.
Centrioles are much like the running backs coach because they are attached with the running backs and tell them what to do.
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