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What are some analogies for Golgi apparatuses and flagellum?

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2015-03-30 00:26:54
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For the flagellum....i guess u could do a motor, or an engine from a car. For Golgi apparatus...you could do like a mail room... For the Golgi Apparatus, I would put Fedex because they basically revieve mail and redistribute it. Or li

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