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The Walking Dead Cell Analogy
An analogy of the TV show The Walking Dead compared to the parts of a living cell.
Terms in this set (10)
A stiff wall surrounds the cell membrane keeping stuff out like the prison walls in the jail that keep the zombies out.
This part of the cell protects the cell and regulates what comes in and what comes out like the fencing is used for keeping the zombies out and letting the humans in.
The controlled center or leader of the cell is like Rick because he is the leader of the group in the prison.
The place where the energy is produced like the generator in the prison.
The place to store food water and wastes like the kitchen, food storage, and sewers in the prison.
The network of passages inside of a cell is like the catacombs under the prison.
The area between the cell membrane an nucleus like the court yard at the jail.
Thing that helps maintain cells shape like the iron rod inside the jail walls.
Small organelles found in many animals cells that contain chemicals that break down food particles and worn-out cell part like the incinerator in the jail.
Like a mail area or packing area this thing processes and packages proteins for use around the cell.
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