What Does the Nucleolus Do in a Cell?


The nucleus of a cell contains most of the cell's genetic material. It controls all of the cell's activities through gene expression. It is considered to be the 'control center' of the cell.
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The nucleolus is a prominent sub-nuclear structure that is not bound by a membrane and resides within the nuclear matrix. Though known to exist since the eighteenth century, the primary function of the nucleolus was not discovered until the 1960s. It... More »
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The nucleolus is a non-membrane cellular structure composed of proteins and nucleic acids, typically found in the nucleus of eukaryotic cells. It is usually formed ...
The nucleolus is a non-membrane bound configuration that is found within the nucleus of cells. It is made up of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), ribonucleic acid ( ...
The nucleus is found in eukaryotic cells. It contains more of the cell's genetic material. The nucleolus is a densely strained structure that is found in the nucleus ...
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