The mitochondria is the organelle of the cell that breaks down food molecules to make ATP.
It basically gives the cell energy.
One analogy I think of is mitochondria are to glucose and oxygen as solar panels are to sunlight. Both utilize the energy in other sources to produce a type of energy we can use.
You can also represents mitochondria with an electrical supply of a company or fuel feeding a boiler.
Mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell. An analogy of mitochondria could be a battery.
a mitochondria is like a cow humping a camel
If cell is a factory, mitochondria is its powerhouse
An analogy for the mitochondria is a powerhouse. It is considered to be the powerhouse of a cell. Mitochondria to glucose and oxygen is like sunlight to solar panels.
An Analogy Mitochondria has 2 parts 1 of them is called face & the other part is called head from the sea so yeahh bitchess
The Power-plant in a town.
a hydraulic dam
The school's heating plant.
to be more precise, an analogy, well not really, but for mitochondria, you can think of a wrestler.. wanna know why? well mitochondria sounds like mighty and if you research a mitochondria, youll see it does something important and it mighty sort of.. if you know what i mean.when you think of mitochondria, think of mighty.
fusebox of the house which is located in the basement
A power plant which gives energy to the community.
to generate the cell supply
either pollen or honey
You can compare it to a powerhouse because it is known as the powerhouse of the cell.
The common macroscopic analogy is "a power plant"
solar panels because mitochondria are considered the "power house" of a cell, and they both create energy.
mitochondria are the energy making organisms in a cell. they are what convert the glucose into energy that the cell can use to function. I think that mitochondria can be compared to the electrical supply that powers a company.
i have no idea but look at the text book all the answers you need are there
The mitochondria is responsible for supplying the cell with all of its energy. It makes the energy storing mollecule ATP (adenosine tri-phosphate) along with a few other ones, (NADPH FADH FADH2). Im assuming that the analogy you are looking for is that of compairing a cell to a city, in which case, the mitochondria would be like a powerplant.
A mitochondria is like a change machine because it converts glucose into ATP like a change machine converts dollars into coins. Not the best analogy, but it's true!
chromosomes contain mitochondria, which acts just like a battery.