Where Is the Nucleus Found?


Nucleus is a membrane enclosed organelle located in the eukaryotic cells. It contains most of the cells genetic materials which are organized as multiple long linear DNA molecules. The function of the nucleus is to maintain the integrity of genes and control the activities of the cells by regulating gene expression.
Q&A Related to "Where Is the Nucleus Found"
The nucleus acts as the brain for the cells - directing cellular activity such as eating, moving and reproducing - and functions as storage for the cell's DNA. The nuclear envelope
all of your blood cells have a nucleus.
The nucleus is a highly specialized organelle that serves as the information
What kind of cell is it? Obviously EUKARYOTIC but in plant cells the vacuole takes up 75-90% of the cell so the nucleus is pushed to the side. if it is an animal cell its normally
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The nucleus is found in the center of a cell. The nucleus is surrounded by the cell membrane, protecting it from damage or dangerous intruders!
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