This metaphor is often used to describe an enlightened approach to problem solving: By methodically removing each layer of the onion, one is able to appreciate the complexities at each level as you eventually reach the core where you can objectively define the problem.
The peel of an onion.
you peel away the skin of an onion. to do this you get a knife and peel away the skin just like you peel an apple. but if you mean in a scientific way, i got no idea
The cell of an onion peel is a plant cell. The cells of the onion peel do not have chloroplasts because the onion bulb (white part) grows under ground and its cells do not carry out photosynthesis.
The diff is thatbacterial cell is prokaryotic and onion peel is eukaryotic .bacterial has 70 s ribosomes and onion peel has 80 s ribosomes.bacterial cell has genetic material called nucleoid and onion peel has its develped genetic material in the nucleus.bacterial cell has no membrane bound organelles but onion peel has membrane bound organelles.
they will disintegrate and soon the onion will peel and the onion part will BE NO MORE
Onion is a symbol and often a metaphor quoted as life since each phase in our life in the past is lost like the layers of the onion peel to reveal a new fresh phase of joy , or sadness when we weep.
Bacterial cells are prokaryotic and the cells of an onion are eukaryotic.
Just what it sounds like. Something is either caustic enough or rough enough to peel paint from the surface.