Biology: Term Paper: A Five-Page Term Paper On Creation Vs. EvolutionBiology: Term Paper: A Five-Page Term Paper On Creation Vs. Evolution

Due 04-27-2018

3 paragraphs with references and no plagiarism Cell Biology

When you look around at the world, you can see many examples that demonstrate how an object’s or a system’s structure relates to its function. The structure of a highway system, for example, can affect traffic flow. You can, no doubt, think of many other examples.

Your text describes the difference between the or‐ ganelles in a eukaryotic cell and the simpler structure of a prokaryotic cell as an analogy between the chief executive officer’s (CEO’s) corner office and a cubicle. Organelles are like appliances or pieces of furniture that perform specific functions. You can use analogies to describe the structure and function of these organelles as well. For example, a chloroplast is like a solar panel in that it converts light energy to a more usable form. The alignment of chloroplasts in a leaf is similar to the alignment of a solar array, and so on.

Choose 1 organelle from the following list, and use an analogy to explain its function:






Endoplasmic reticulum

Based on the analogy you created, describe the most significant differences between your organelle and the object you compared it to. If you compared the chloroplast to a solar panel, you might discuss how the chloroplast not only converts sunlight energy into chemical energy, but also how it stores that energy long term in the carbon-to-carbon bonds of sugar molecules. One of the great drawbacks to solar panels is the lack of an efficient storage system.

Use the following guidelines for your paper:

Utilize at least 1 credible source to support the descriptions presented in the paper. Make sure you cite appropriately within your paper and list the reference(s) in APA format on your Reference page.

Your paper should be 2–3 paragraphs in length, not counting the Title page and Reference page. In accordance with APA formatting requirements, it should be double-spaced and include a running

head and page numbers

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