Plz help me with my Biology homework! Cell Analogies! Comparing a cell to the world!

#1
This is due tomorrow and I need help with four more comparisons of organelles to the world. I've already compared a cell to a city and now I have to compare it to something of my choice. I chose the world. I just need to come up with comparisons for five more organelles. And maybe you could help me clear up some of the comparisons I've already made.

So far I've got this:

Nucleus = The Internet

Cytosol = Ocean

Ribosomes = Oil

Nucleolus = Oil rigs

Golgi Apparatus = Airport

Secretory Vesicles = Airplanes

Endoplasmic Reticulum = Airspace

I just need help with five more.

Lyosome

Peroxisome

Cell Membraine

Vacuole

Cell Wall

Any help would be deeply appreciated.
#2
Cell Wall: the atmosphere
Cell membrane: the ozone layer
Vacuole: the grand canyon
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Cell Wall: the atmosphere
Cell membrane: the ozone layer
Vacuole: the grand canyon


Thank you, could you please explain them? I'm not quite sure I get the grand canyon comparison.
#4
I supose you could have Lysosomes as police

peroxisomes as paramedics.

Btw, ribsomes and oil aren't a good comparison. The ribosome is an "factory" producing protein.
#5
Cell Wall: The outermost layer of a plant cell, akin to the earths atmosphree
Cell Membrane: Not quite so far out, but still very close to the edge
Vacuole: If i'm not mistaken, essentially a large hole, like the Grand Canyon, but it holds energy, Right?
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Cell Wall: The outermost layer of a plant cell, akin to the earths atmosphree
Cell Membrane: Not quite so far out, but still very close to the edge
Vacuole: If i'm not mistaken, essentially a large hole, like the Grand Canyon, but it holds energy, Right?

I haven't studied the cell in a long time but if my memory serves me right Vacuoles are used to store water in plants.
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cell membrane= ozone/atmosphere maybe?
lysosome = garbage trucks?
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I haven't studied the cell in a long time but if my memory serves me right Vacuoles are used to store water in plants.

well, i wasn't THAT far off and i think ribsomes produce protein or sometrhing, so Ribsomes=Farm/ Power Plant, maybe...
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Lysosome as car exhaust pipe?
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Vacuole = Lake, since it's where water is stored in plant cells?
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