Biology

In this assignment, you will select one of the options that you can compare a cell to and design an analogous development structure. then, you will compare the structure of your development to the organelles of the cell that you have learned about in this unit. you will draw a diagram of your development structure, label the structures with creative names, and describe their role within your structure as compared to each organelle.

1. title your development
2. list at least 10 cell organelles and their analogous structures.

3. draw your analogous development
4. label the 10 or more analogous structures in your diagram and state why these structures are similar in function to your chosen organelle.

i was thinking a school

the nucleus would be the principle of the school since it control everything

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  1. Describe the function of each of the above organelles. In addition, compare each organelle to something else (examples: the nucleus is like a boss because both are in control of something larger)

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  2. Describe the function of each of the above organelles. In addition, compare each organelle to something else (examples: the nucleus is like a boss because both are in control of something larger)

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