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1. Organelle Amusement Park Brochure by: Abby Fisher 2. Ferris Wheel (Nucleus) The Ferris wheel is the center of our wonderful park. It is very pretty at night! The…
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  • 1. Organelle Amusement Park Brochure by: Abby Fisher
  • 2. Ferris Wheel (Nucleus) The Ferris wheel is the center of our wonderful park. It is very pretty at night! The nucleus is the command center of the cell. It contains all of the instructions for the cell. These instructions are contained in the genetic material (DNA). The cell protects the DNA by holding it in the nucleus. The nucleus has a few different parts. In the center of the nucleus is the nucleolus. The nucleolus looks like a gum ball. The ribosomes are made here. They are then sent to the Endoplasmic reticulum and into the cytoplasm to make proteins. Surrounding the nucleolus is the genetic material. It never leaves the nucleus but the DNA is copied and sent out. The rapid river roller coaster (Endoplasmic Reticulum) The rapid river roller coaster is our fastest ride! It carries you through three tunnels and there are three steep drops. The Endoplasmic Reticulum serves as a passageway through the cell. On part of the E.R. You can find ribosomes. The area of the E.R. that has ribosomes is called the rough Endoplasmic reticulum. This is where proteins are made. Some of the E.R. Doesn't have ribosomes attached. We call this part the smooth Endoplasmic reticulum. The smooth E.R. transports proteins through the cell. Toll Booth (cell membrane) The toll booth is where you pay the very small entrance fee and collect your tickets. The line moves very quickly! The cell membrane is located right behind the cell wall. The cell membrane controls what goes in and out of the cell.The proteins help the cell to interact or communicate with other cells. These proteins also serve as name tags. Each cell has it's own specific name tag. Janitorial supplies (Lysosome) If your kid happens to vomit on one of our Rides we have a large variety of Janitorial supplies. Our janitors will be happy to clean up your mess! The lysosomes breaks down wastes. The lysosomes gets rid of old and worn out organelles. It even helps them commit "suicide". The lysosomes are also a part of the immune system of the cell. They helps get rid of foreign things that may invade the cell like a virus or bacteria. Food Court (ribosomes) If your hungry stop by our delicious food court! You will love our assortment of snacks. If you want to take a break this is the place to go!
  • 3. The ribosomes exit the nucleus along with the copy of the DNA. They then enter the rough E.R. The E.R. Serves as a pathway for the ribosomes. The ribosomes then make proteins that are sent out of the cell. Storage Closet (vacuole) If you have too much stuff to carry, we have a very convenient storage closet. We have room for strollers! Plant cells have large vacuoles that store water and food. It is even larger than the cell's nucleus. The vacuole helps maintain the cell's structure. These vacuoles gain or lose water depending on how much is available to the plant. When there is little water, the vacuole loses water and the plant begins to wilt. When the plant finds a new source of water, the vacuole replenishes it's water supply and the plant goes back to it's regular structure. Customer Service (Golgi apparatus) If you are unhappy for any reason, please go to our customer service booth. We can figure out what to do to help you! Once the proteins are made the cell examines the finished product. If mistakes are found, they are corrected. Then the protein is ready to leave the cell. In a cell these tasks are performed by the Golgi apparatus. Energy efficient fuel (mitochondria) All of our machines are fueled with energy efficient fuels!!!! The mitochondria helps support protein production. The mitochondria provide energy for the cell by breaking down sugars. This process is called respiration. The mitochondria provide energy to keep the cell alive and healthy. Gate (cell wall) Our gates are open from 10:00 AM until 10:00 PM! The cell wall is the outermost layer of the cell. It protects the cell and maintains the cell's shape. The cell wall a plant is very rigid. Mural (chloroplasts) On the wall, there is a beautiful mural. There are so many beautiful colors! If you want to get creative we have a large selection of paints and you can add to the mural! Plants get their food through photosynthesis. The chloroplasts are where photosynthesis takes place. After the cell makes food in these chloroplasts, the food will be used to provide energy for the plant.
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