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What would a nuclear membrane be in a city?
A nuclear membrane is the outside of the city hall because they protect the inside of the building from the outside, with doors, windows, walls, gates, etc.
What is a cell city project?
You will create a poster that compares a living plant cell and its organelles to a city, school, factory, ballpark, etc. The place you choose must use energy, produce substances and manage waste. The organelles will represent the parts of your place that carry out these processes.
How is a cell compared to a city?
The nucleus controls all of the activities of the cell as city hall controls all the activities in of the city. The cell membrane controls what goes into and out of the cell as the city limits control what goes in and out of the city.
What type of cell is cell city?
In many ways, the eukaryotic cell is kind of like a city. I will tell you what each of the organelles in a cell does. Your job will be to try to match each of the cell parts to the parts of a city and explain why they are similar.
How is cell membrane like a city?
The Cell Membrane is like a City border because it controls what goes in and out of the city. The Nucleus is like the City Hall of the City because it controls most of the city by sending out information that it needs to function. The jellylike area between the nucleus and the cell membrane is called the cytoplasm.
What is a good analogy for nucleus?
Cellular CEO The nucleus can be compared to the CEO of a company. A CEO oversees all of the company’s activities and leads the direction in which it will grow, just as a nucleus does for a cell. Other analogies for this aspect of the nucleus include the brain or a command center.
What part of a city is like the nucleus?
A town hall is the central part of a town just like a nucleus is the center of the cell.
What is the city of cell membrane?
Why is a cell’s membrane similar to a city wall? In the cell, an outer membrane – the plasma membrane, performs a similar function to the City Wall or City Ring Road. It completely surrounds the cell and provides the boundary between one cell and the next.