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Who discovered nucleus in animal cell?
It Was Robert brown,a scottish botanist.
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Robert Brown in 1831. Hope this helps! -Zoey Brown
In the centre. Apart from a few exceptions, e.g. red blood cells, which don't have a nucleus.
Yes, all animal cells (except for mature mammalian red blood cells) contain a nucleus. Mammalian red blood cells have a nucleus initially, but do not have one once mature. …yes yea ONLY animal cells have nucleus. plant cells are the kind that dont. learned that in fifth grade.
No, when red blood cells are mature, they do not have a nucleus.
Red Blood Cells do not have a nucleus. This means that they cannot divide by themselves, and so cannot reproduce. They must be constantly manufactured in the bone marrow to re…place those that die.
the nucleus is the control center of the cell
A nucleus is not coloured. Usually they are black. Blackis not a colour, it is a tint.
It performs several functions. 1. the main function is to control cellular activities. In addition, 2. stores genetic information. 3. transmits genetic information from… one generation to another. 4. involves in production of proteins.
the nucleus is a dark roundish structure found in the cytoplasm. it controls the cell and regulates everything that goes on inside....
Cell nucleus discovery The question is debatable as Thonius Philips van Leeuwenhoek (October 24, 1632 - August 30, 1723)1, Dutch scientist first observed t…he cell nuleus. "In 1682 he clearly described the nucleus within the red blood cells of fish, and in 1683 he noticed the sedimentation of erythrocytes from a suspension and their lysis upon addition of water."2 It was Robert Brown (December 21, 1773-June 10, 1858)3 a Scottish Botanist who observed and gave the name "cell nucleus". Brown, is best known for the discovery of Brownian motion random movement within fluids due to molecular energy of fluid and also used as a mathematical model for Stochastic processes (random i.e. financial markets, atmospheric events).2,4 Some sources site Brown and not van Leeuwenhoek as the discoverer.5 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anton_van_Leeuwenhoek1 http://www.bookrags.com/Anton_van_Leeuwenhoek2 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Brown_(botanist)3 http://www.brianjford.com/wbbrowna.htm4 http://science.discovery.com/convergence/100discoveries/big100/biology.html5
cell discovery: cell was discovered by Robert hooke in 1665.As he was observing a piece of cork under the microscope he noticed small chambers like honey comb in them.those c…hambers were called cells by ROBERT BROWN.Later another scientist ROBERT BROWN discovered the nucleus in the cell of orchid. A German scientist SHWANN discovered the animal cell with nucleus.
yes they do have a cell nucleus. the nucleus controls every activity that happens in the cell.
It is the part that controls the whole cell.
As for any eukaryote, the nucleus controls all metabolisms (such as the nutrients that come and go) and contains the hereditary material (DNA) necessary for reproduction. The …nucleus is an organelle within every cell in an animal; its purpose is to store genetic information and to direct the cell's ongoing activities through regulation of the RNA that is produced. protects it
A nuclear membrane surrounds the nucleus in all cells.
Blood cells does not contain nucleus, although they have nucleus at primary stage but as the haemoglobin produce in blood cell, it shrink nucleus which finally get disap…per.