Nucleus

Nucleus

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June 04, 2014

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Nucleus

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This video describes the structure and function of the cell nucleus.

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    A nucleus is often called the brain, or control center, of a eukaryotic cell (that is, a cell with a nucleus). The noun nucleus has several senses, though most of ...

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    Nucleus. The largest of the membrane-bound organelles, the nucleus first was described in 1710 by Antoni van Leeuwenhoek using a simple microscope.

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    More The nucleus of something is literally its ‘little nut’. In Latin nucleus meant ‘kernel, inner part’, and was a diminutive of nux ‘nut’.

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    Nucleus was the first cell organelle to be discovered. A ntonie von Leeuvenhoek (1632 - 1723) observed lumen (nucleus) in the red blood cells of salmon.

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    Although the nucleus of an atom is far too small for us to see, here's one way of thinking about an atomic nucleus: as a cluster of tightly packed "balls".

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  • www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov   The Nucleolus - The Cell - NCBI Bookshelf

    The most prominent substructure within the nucleus is the nucleolus (see Figure 8.1), which is the site of rRNA transcription and processing, and of ribosome assembly.

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    The nucleus of an atom is the very dense region, consisting of nucleons(protons and neutrons), at the center of an atom. Almost all of the mass in an atom is made up ...

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    Until 1964 little was known about the function of the nucleolus, even though it could be easily seen through microscopy and was recognized as part of the nucleus.

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  • simple.wikipedia.org   Cell nucleus - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    A cell nucleus (plural: cell nuclei) is the part of the cell which contains the genetic code, the DNA. The nucleus is small and round, and it works as the cell's ...

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