What Is the Control Center of a Cell?


The control center of the cell is the nucleus. The nucleus regulates all of the cell activity, and also houses all the genetic information about the organism in the form of DNA.
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Each cell has different parts with different functions. The control center and director of the cell's activities is the nucleus. The nucleus will tell the cell making machinery which parts of the cells to make from lipids, carbohydrates and proteins.
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