What Does the Nucleus Contain?

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The nucleus contains chromatin and chromosomes. There are also macro molecules known as DNA and RNA. There are also of course positive and negative charges to help keep the nucleus together.
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The nucleus is like the brain of the cell. It acts as a control center overseeing the functions of the cell. It holds the DNA of the cell.
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It would be almost 100% Electrons weight only about 1/1836 of a neutron and proton (1 neutron has the same weight as 1 proton) which makes it negligible.
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