Project 1 [Copy]

Project 1 [Copy]

Published on 19 July 2021
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Transcript
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Plant cell compared to a city
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The cell wall acts as a gate in a city, allowing substan- ces to go in and out of the city.
00:05
The cell wall
00:12
The cell membrane is like the police officers as they both control what goes in and out.
00:12
The cell membrane
00:19
The mitochondria is like a construction site because it builds up energy by breaking down food for the cell to function.
00:19
The mitochondria
00:26
The nucleus
00:26
The nucleus is like the factory office (where all the information about a city is) as it acts as the brain.
00:33
The Golgi complex is similar to the ups company. They receive protein from ribosomes and the endoplasmic reticulum then it packages and labels them for delivery to areas inside and outside of the cell.
00:33
The Golgi complex
00:40
Just as there is land all over a city that fills up the whole city the cytoplasm fills up a cell and allows substances such as food and oxygen to pass through.
00:40
The cytoplasm
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The chloroplasts and the power plants share the same job. Chloroplasts use its chlorophylls which use carbon dioxide, water, and the sun's energy to make food (this process is known as photosynthesis) while the power plants use the sun's energy to produce power for the city.
00:47
The chloroplasts
00:54
The endoplasmic reticulum
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The endoplasmic reticulum is like the storage tanks in a cell just like there is in a city.
01:01
Ribosomes are the organelles that produce protein just like there is the bakery shop that make food for the city.
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The ribosomes
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The vacuole stores waste and extra food whereas in a city a landfill (also called waste disposal plant) stores waste and extra food also.
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The vacuole
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THE END
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