I think it can sometimes be referred to as plasma membrane and in plants they have a cell membrane and a cell wall (don't confuse the two)! Whoever just said that gave you the wrong answer. There is a nuclear membrane, and it's not very easy to get cell and nucleus membrane confused, so i suggest the person who first answered your question go back to second grade, because - sorry to break it to you, but - they're wrong. Please try not to take advice from them, because i can assure you, it will most likely not be valid. Now, what kind of analogy do you need? A city analogy? A country analogy? Whatever it is, let me know, and maybe i can find it for you. :)
the cell membrane is like the outside of a baseball. If you think about it. It can also be a gate guarding a factory compound.
what are some analogies for cytoplasm in a plant cell?
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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
A bodyguard because the nuclear membrane protects the nucleus just like a bodyguard protects celebrities
where is the cell control membrane and the cell membrane
the cell membrane
the cell membrane the cell membrane
Cell membrane or plasma membrane surround the cell.
The cell membrane controls what comes in and out of a cell. The cell membrane is the outer layer of a cell, it surrounds the cell.