Cilia and flagellum can be compared to the wheels on a car. They are used for cellular movement and get the cell to different parts of the body.
No. Only some bacteria have a flagellum.
what are some analogies for cytoplasm in a plant cell?
Some bacteria have flagella, some only have one flagellum, and some just float around like a leaf in a river
synonym analogies are like huge is to big cruel is to mean thick is to fat
Bacteria, some cells
You'll have to come up with your own analogies. Writing a bunch of random analogies down on the internet isn't going to help your story at all. You have to have analogies that actually have something to do with your own characters, setting, and plot.
no, Amoebas have pseudopods some types of amoeba do have a flagellum. The flagellum is very hard to see under the microscope and the amoeba that have a flagellum are hard to find.
Some simple improvised chemistry apparatuses are using jars for glassware and candle for a burner. Be careful using improvised apparatuses!
Some analogies for the parts of the cell will include the analogy of the office building. The walls of the building are the walls of the cell. The management of the building is the nucleus.
the "power house" of the cell
Flagellum are used to propel microscopic organims like, bacteria. Some microscopic organisms have many some have just one or two. But much like the fins and tails of fish through the proper function of flagellum the organism gets where it needs to go.
The flatform balance is used in physics
It is normal for the euglena to have a flagellum. Of course, any creature can suffer a trauma, or a birth defect or illness, or mutation, which can cause it to lose a part of its normal anatomy. I'm sure that there do exist some euglena which are missing the flagellum, much as there are some people who are missing legs.
Flagellum can be found in some prokaryote and eukaryote cells but not in plant cells. Plant cells have cell walls to provide rigidness and that would contrast with flagellum, which purpose is to allow flexibility and movement.
broom is to sweep as knife is to cut
Factory production line?
A euglena has a flagellum, they use it to move around their habitat which is mainly pond water, some water has so many, it turns green.
only some by moving there flagellum back and forth
With a single, whiplash flagellum on the posterior of the spore.
Some examples are Toe is to feet as finger is to hand.