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I'm making a 3-d model of a plant cell what can i use to represent the cytoplasm? i'm in the 6 grade.

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    The cytoplasm is a jelly like material that is made up of mostly water

    What about a thin jello...Cytoplasm is transparent... so if you could find some gelatin or some yellow jello, that might work nicely.

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    I think if you used jello it would get sticky though.

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