The Cell Parts of Hogwarts - School of Witchcraft & Wizardry
The Nucleus of Hogwarts is Professor Albus Dumbledore, headmaster of Hogwarts and the one who keeps everything running (not so) smoothly. 5
The Mitochondria of Hogwarts is the Teachers because they supply the power the school. The Hogwarts teachers keep everything going and preform jobs of all varieties. For example, Professor McGonagall does many jobs, varying all the way from constructing the magical boarders, to disciplining the many unruly students. 9
The Cell Membrane of Hogwarts is the castle itself because it houses everything inside it and keeps it all safe and whole. 1
The Cytoplasm of Hogwarts is the magic taught there because, without it, the school would simply not exist. 3
The lysosome of Hogwarts is Salazar Slytherin because he wanted Hogwarts to be only for pure-blooded wizards and witches, and created the Chamber of Secrets to purge the school of all he thought unworthy to learn magic. 2
The Endoplasmic Reticulum of Hogwarts is the library because it has all of the books with all the information for the students to use when they need, except if the book is from the Restricted Section, then you have to get past Madame Pince for that one. 10
The vesicles of Hogwarts are the owls because they cary messages and packages to and from the students and teachers of Hogwarts and the outside world. 4
The Golgi Body of Hogwarts is the textbooks, because they have all the knowledge for the students to then access to learn more about certain things. Within these books, students can find almost endless information on any number of topics, both school-related and for personal interest. 6
The vacuole of Hogwarts is the wands of the students and teachers because they store all the magic so that it can be used when needed and at endless quantity. 8
The cytoskeleton of Hogwarts is the magical curriculum the teachers use to teach the students. 7

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