The nucleolus (/njuːˈkliːələs/ or /ˌnjuːkliˈoʊləs/, plural nucleoli /njuːˈkliː
əˌlaɪ/ or /ˌnjuːkliˈoʊ...
Apr 22, 2015 ... The nucleolus is that mysterious round structure we are all taught to draw inside
the nucleus of a cell. We know that it is difficult to spell, but...
The nucleus of many eukaryotic cells contains a structure called a nucleolus. As
the nucleus is the "brain" of the cell, the nucleolus could loosely be thought of as
The function of the nucleolus is to transcribe DNA into ribosomal RNA and
assemble rRNA into ribosomal subunits. The creation of rRNA is important
The nucleolus is the most prominent structure in a cell nucleus. It is the site of
ribosomal RNA (rRNA) transcription, pre-rRNA processing and ribosome subunit
A nucleolus is a substructure composed of nucleic acids and proteins that is
found within the nucleus of a cell. Known as the ribosome production factory, ...
The nucleolus is located in the center of the nucleus of a cell. It can vary in size
depending on the type of. organism. The main components of the nucleolus are ...
The nucleolus is by far the most easily recognized substructure in the eukaryotic
nucleus , and can be seen by using a variety of dyes as well as by phase ...
A small body in the nucleus of a cell that contains protein and RNA and is the site
for the synthesis of ribosomal RNA and for the formation of ribosomal subunits.
The nucleolus is a prominent sub-nuclear structure that is not bound by a
membrane and resides within the nuclear matrix.