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What does nucleoplasm contain?

Nucleoplasm can be defined as one of the types of protoplasm. It contains (nucleus sap) or karyplasm. It is a highly sticky liquid that surrounds the chromosomes and nucleoli. (MORE)

Who discover the nucleoplasm?

Nucleoplasm was discovered in and orchid cell, in 1831 by Robert  Brown. Nucleoplasm is the fluid usually found in the nucleus of  eukaryotic cells. The nucleoplasm acts as (MORE)

What is the structure of the nucleoplasm?

The nucleoplasm is the fluid usually found in the nucleus of  eukaryotic cells. The fluid contains primarily water, dissolved  ions, nucleotides, protein enzymes, and a comp (MORE)