The parts and functions of the Eukaryotic cell, in an analogy of a hospital. By: Caleb Goforth Images from: Google images These are the part of the Eukaryote cell that makes proteins. Like the café in a hospital. Part of cell where all waste goes. Bathroom in a hospital is a good analogy. Area of the cell that stores water. Like a water fountain. Part of cell that controls it(the brain). Like the board of the hospital. Part of the cell that controls what goes in and out of the cell. Like hospital doors. A jelly like substance that holds everything in place. Almost like the walls on the hospital. Sorts and packages molecules. Like hospital mail system. Moves proteins, Like Hospital beds. Makes lipids (fats). Like the café or the snack bar. Converts food into energy. Like a generator in a hospital. Part of cell that helps with reproduction. Like the nurseries in hospitals.