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  • 4 years ago

what is the job of the nucleus

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  1. LiliaKarina
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    The nucleus contains the gentic information of the cell (DNA). It only exists in the eukaryotic cells. This is where DNA is stored and replicated and transcribed into RNA

  2. anonymous
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    The nucleus is like the brain of the cell. It controls all parts of that certain cell.

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