What Is the Job of the Nucleolus?

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The chief structure in the nucleus of a cell is the nucleolus. The nucleolus produces ribosomes, which move out of the nucleus to positions along the endoplasmic reticulum. The ribosomes are critical in protein synthesis.
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Its main function is to produce the ribosomal-Rnas that are then exported to the cytoplasmically located Endoplasmic Reticulum to form Ribosomes which basically are the base for making
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Nucleolus is a clearly defined, often spherical area of the eukaryotic nucleus, composed of
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the nucleolus in a cell controls the cell and its actions.
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it is a bit like what a brain is to a human it controlls the cell! hope this helps Actually, a nucleus tells the cell what to do, and the nucleolus is inside the nucleus
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The main role of the nucleolus is to direct the assembly of proteins within the nucleus of a cell. It is the part of the nucleus that contains most of the genes that do the coding for the synthesis of the ribosomal RNA.
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