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Written By Vikki Kerslake
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INT. CLASSROOM - DAY Camera pans from one end of a dull looking classroom, and towards a desk with a students work on top. The paper is about the Eukaryotic cell, with a basic pencil diagram of the cell. As the camera comes closer to the diagram it transforms into a three dimensional tunnel. Camera zooms in down the tunnel INT. CILIA FIELD - CONTINUOUS An orange alien landscape filled with large bending structures is revealed. SUBTITLE (CILIA - AIDS CELL MOVEMENT) [Camera pans through cilia] A cave is hidden amongst the cilia. SUBTITLE (PLASMA MEMBRANE - CONTROLS THE MOVEMENT OF SUBSTANCES ENTERING IN AND OUT OF THE CELL) Plasma Membrane splits open. Camera tracks through the cave, which leads into cytoplasm. INT. CYTOPLASM POOL - CONTINUOUS SUBTITLE (CYTOPLASM - SEMI FLUID; HOLDS ORGANELLES.) [Camera tracks through cytoplasm and approaches a red 'Golgi' structure.] SUBTITLE (GOLGI BODY - STORES AND DISTRIBUTES PROTEINS AND LIPIDS MADE IN THE ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM.) Below the Golgi body is a field of 'Centrioles'. SUBTITLE (CENTRIOLES - TRANSPORT CHROMOSOMES DURING CELL DIVISION) Camera tracks towards a large metal gate. The gate opens. SUBTITLE (SMOOTH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM - (PRODUCES LIPIDS; IS THE TRANSPORT STATION FOR VESICLES) [Camera tracks and rolls through the maze-like SER. Camera pans towards larger structures.] SUBTITLE (ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM - STORES AND TRANSPORTS SYNTHESISED PROTEINS)
Camera rolls and tracks through the structures, and zooms in towards more cytoplasm, where the nucleus can be seen in the distance. SUBTITLE (NUCLEUS - STORES THE CELLS DNA; CONTROL CENTRE FOR THE CELL) Camera travels up a staircase leading up towards the nucleus' doorway opening, and tracks through a hallway within. Camera travels downwards into a circular room below. SUBTITLE (NUCLEOLUS - HOLDS NUCLEIC ACIDS AND PRODUCES RIBOSOMES) Camera pans around the nucleolus, and tracks a long electric wire attached to the nucleolus, and shoots out of the cell. INT. CLASSROOM - CONTINUOUS Camera rotates to reveal the classroom once again. Camera zooms back onto the students paper on the eukaryotic cell, where parts from the 'alien world' can be seen moving around. They retreat back into the paper, and the three dimensional tunnel closes.