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Imagine you are the nucleus of a plant or animal cell and have been asked to mentor an organelle that is new to the cell. Take your mentee on a tour of the cell, describing the major parts of the cell and their functions. You may present your tour in a variety of ways; just be sure it demonstrates a complete understanding of the organelles, their functions, and how they work together to support the cell. You may present your tour in one of the following ways: A written dialogue, from your perspective as the nucleus, explaining the parts of the cell to your mentee. A presentation

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Looks like instructions to a presentation. I did one for the water cycle once. i was a water droplet
didn't you need help with a question? @CaritaDeAngel

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