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how big is a nucleus?

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  1. Kira_Yamato
    • 3 years ago
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    A cell's nucleus can vary in size greatly, depending on the species, type of cell, and it's growth stage. Cells can only really be seen with microscopes. A nucleus is often the first structure visible in a cell as it is often the largest. Sometimes it appears to take up almost half of the apparent surface area of a cell. Sometimes it appears to take up less than ten percent.They can also be 0.003 mm.

  2. najmo1212
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    not very big

  3. ManInBlack
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    The largest known cells are unfertilized ostrich egg cells, which weigh 3.3 pounds.

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