Which part of the eukaryotic cell contains information to direct the cell’s functions?
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it has all of the info
its like your brain
Yes, you can immediately remove A because mitochondrias are not found in prokaryotes.you can remove D because the cytoplasm is just what contains the membrane bound organelles but does not serve a purpose in giving commands to the cell. Therefore its down to B and C which as you can have been explained above.
It may be helpful to know that the ribosome is the sight of protein synthesis in cells.
Which statement is true about a cell?
Cells depend on the brain to divide.
Organs make all of the cells in an organism.
During adulthood, the body stops producing cells.
All cells come from other cells.
So for it to be synthesizing protein its receiving comands from RNA coming from somewhere else.