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Farm-Cell Analogy

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The silos represent the vacuoles, as they are the storage for grain of the farm. Like vacuoles store water and other important compounds. farm6.static.flickr.com
The fields in the farm represent the cytoplasm, taking up space in the cell www.colourbox.com
The farmhouse is the nucleus of the cell, which contains the nucleolus (the farmer) and the nuclear envelope (the door) The farmhouse is what houses the farmer, who runs the farm. stacyswatermelon.com
The fences are the cell membrane, as it keeps certain things in, or out, and the gates represent the membrane being semi-permeable as only certain things are allowed in and out. www.buildingproductsplus.com
The tractors are the ER of the farm, they transport the crops to more useful places within the farm, it helps with the food going to the right place. www.backyardstockphotos.com
The farm animals represent the ribosomes, as they produce meat, milk, and other animal products. They help function the farm. www.worldanimalfoundation.net
The farm tools represent the lysosomes as they help clean up the farm and make it organised so it can run properly. www.jesselewisphotography.com
The crops of the farm represent the chromosomes as each farm is different due to the crops that it produces. The crops of the farm make it unique to others, some farms produce corn, others wheat, etc. cdn.theatlantic.com
The walls of the buildings of the farm represent the cytoskeleton, as it holds the structure of the farm in place, and keeps everything upright so the farm can function properly. image.shutterstock.com
The farm roads represent the golgi apparatus, as the products of the farm are packaged and shipped off to somewhere else in the world. www.legacy-by-design.com
The gasoline is the mitochondria of the farm, as it provides the energy for many machines. www.menards.com