a goog analogy for cytoplasm is a car hahahah just kiting
The cytoplasm is like the glue of a cell. It holds all the organelles in place.
Probably the air would be the best analogy to the cytoplasm.
it could be the air
Cytoplasm is a slime like substance, most common analogy- jello :)
An analogy for the microtubules would be the framework of a building . The analogy would continue with the cargo elevator system to transport proteins within the cytoplasm.
it shows how the different component's (like the nucleus) float around in the cell on the cytoplasm.
A classroom because they both hold things- Cytoplasm being everything in the cell and class room students
It could be the ground, which holds the city together..
nclear membrane is to a?
Think of Cytoplasm as air in the city. It is everywhere and (kinda) holds things together. I am not really sure though, but it is my best guess.
Cytoplasm is a water rich substance that is inside of a cell that surrounds the entire contents of that cell. It will liquify if shaken vigorously. Cytoplasm is made up of proteins and molecules for it to survive. The organelle and molecule within the cell touches the cytoplasm. Cytoplasm is to cell as bones are to humans, if there is no cytoplasm, there is no consistency of the cell.
Analogy for CytoplasmCytoplasm is a water rich substance that is inside of a cell that surrounds the entire contents of that cell. It will liquify if shaken vigorously. Cytoplasm is made up of proteins and molecules for it to survive. The organele and molecule within the cell touches the cytoplasm.Also it helps the cell to stay alive with out the cytoplasm the cell could not survive. That does not answer their question. I think of the cytoplasm as maybe jello. It has the texture and all of the organelles just float there inside of it. also, i think of it as glue. It holds everything together! For a project am doing, I am using the Jello analogy.The cytoplasm could be called the inside of a factory. Cytoplasm is the inside of a cell.The cytoplasm could be called the inside of a factory. Cytoplasm is the inside of a cell.
well i don't know the analogy for the centrosome but an centrosome is a small region of the cytoplasm that produces microtubules
I don't know, and I really don't care because I am fed up with this organelle stuff.
The people in the mall, they keep the whole thing together because without consumers the mall wouldn't be there
A microfilament is commonly referred to as actin filaments. They are the thinnest filaments of the cytoskeleton found in the cytoplasm of all eukaryotic cells. An analogy could be something like a thin twisted stalk of hay; strong and resilient.
Cytosol is the non-structured part of the cell's cytoplasm. An analogy could be soup. Soup consists of broth plus pieces of vegetables, noodles, pieces of chicken, etc. Cytosol is like the broth, and the organelles are like the added pieces.
cell membrane- the plane door nucluese- the piolt vacuoles- luggage holder nucleolus- engine cytoplasm-? mitochondrin-fuel E.R- highway
analogy for a ship is analogy for a ship so its an analogy