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How many electrons are the nucleus of a plant cell?

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There are no electrons in the nucleus of anything.

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I think you are confusing the nucleus of atoms and those of cells. The nucleus of cells consist of many molecules including proteins and nucleic acids (DNA); all of which consist of many atoms, and therefore many electrons. They are too numerous to count in a structure so large compared to a single atom; the numbers are practically unfathomable. (p.s. electrons are not even located in the nucleus of atoms; they surround the nucleus in what is known as the electron cloud). Hope this helps :)

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