The nucleus of a Cell can be related to the DJ at a club. These two are relatable because, the nucleus controls the cell the way a DJ controls the tempo of a club.
The cell membrane is very similar to the velvet rope at a club. The cell membrane regulates what goes in and out of a cell the same way a velvet rope regulates who enters and leaves a club.
The cell wall is similar to the walls of the night club. They are similar because in the same way a buildings walls give it structure and shape a plant cell’s cell wall serves the same purpose.
The Endoplasmic Reticulum or (ER) can be related to the hallways around the dance floor at the Club. The ER’s function in a cell is to provide a passage for things to move around the cell. This is similar to the areas outside of the public domain which provide a way for things to be sent to customers who have ordered them without passing through the crowd.
The Golgi apparatus is like the waiters that work in a club. The function of the Golgi apparatus is to package and ship things around the cell. The waiters at a club bring the food and other items ordered by customers to them the way the Golgi apparatus transports proteins
The Mitochondria is called the powerhouse of the cell and can be related to anything that brings in profits for the club. The Mitochondria’s job in the cell is to produce energy or ATP, the cell runs off of these this energy. The things in a club that bring in profit are like the mitochondria because it produces the money, ATP, the club functions off of.
The vacuole in a cell is relatable to the safe/food locker in a club. The function of a vacuole in a cell is to store food, water, or waste. They are similar because a club stores what is valuable in its safe and its food in the food locker the same way a cell stores its necessities in vacuoles.
A ribosome is like the bar in a club. A ribosome produces proteins in a cell. A bar produces the beverages that keep the people in the club going like the ribosome produces protein that keeps the cell going.
Plant vs. Animal Animal Cell membrane Cytoskeleton No chloroplast Many vacuoles Plant Chloroplast Cell wall Green coloring Central vacuole