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 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 ...
Nucleoli manufacture the subunits that combine to form ribosomes, the cell's protein-producing factories. ...
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