What is metaphor for vacuole?

Answer A metaphor for vacuole would be a toilet because it stores "food", waste, another materials such as toilet paper.

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What would happen to a plant with no central vacuole?

Do plant cells have a vacuole?

Yes, plant cells have vacuoles. Vacuoles tend to be large in plant cells in order to provide structural support. They store water and other substances and increase pressure against the cell walls t... Read More »

Can a cell survive without a vacuole?

A cell cannot survive without a vacuole. Vacuoles are sacs in a cell that store water and other important materials such as sugars, ions and pigments. Vacuoles provide structural support, storage f... Read More »

What Is the Difference Between a Parable and a Metaphor?

Both parables and metaphors have hidden meanings. A parable uses a story to convey a deeper message. Metaphors refer to one subject, while the actual subject is something else entirely. The structu... Read More »