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How is a large DNA molecule enclosed compactly within the nucleus of a plant cell?

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Describe how large DNA molecule is enclosed compactly within the nucleus of a plant cell?

How is a large DNA molecule enclosed compactly within the nucleus of a plant cel


Can a cell not be enclosed in a nucleus?

Nucleus is the organelle that is within the cell, not surrounding it. So yes, it can. In fact, all cells are not enclosed within the nucleus.


Is DNA enclosed within a membrane of a bacterial cell?

Yes, within the nucleus


What directs all the activities of cells?

The DNA enclosed within the nucleus of the cell.


Where does the transcription of a DNA molecule occur?

Within the nucleus.


What is the answer to a cell that has a nucleus?

Eukaryote Cell- is an organism whose cells contain complex structures enclosed within a membrane. (has a nucleus)


Why animals included under eukaryotes.?

A eukaryote is any organism whose cells contain a nucleus and other organelles enclosed within membranes. Since animal cells contain a nucleus and other organelles enclosed within membranes, they're eukaryotes.


How do you describe a nucleus?

The nucleus is an organelle, enclosed within the cell that stores the cell's DNA (genes and chromosomes) and coordinates the cell's activities. The nucleus is the control center for the cell.


How do you define eukaryote?

A eukaryote is an organism with cells with a nucleus and other organelles enclosed within a cell membrane.


How is the DNA molecule able to store information?

Contains information within the nucleus.


Where do we usually find the dna molecule in a living cell?

it is found within the nucleus


What makes something a eukaryote cell?

A eukaryote cell is one that contain a nucleus and other organelles enclosed within membranes.


What is The information that determines inherited traits is stored within the cell nucleus in a molecule called?

DNA


What is the difference between cytoplasm and protoplasm?

Protoplasm is the whole content of a cell enclosed within the cell membrane, including both the cytoplasm and nucleus. Cytoplasm is the content of the cell except the nucleus.


What are the differences between cytoplasm and protoplasm?

Protoplasm is the whole content of a cell enclosed within the cell membrane, including both the cytoplasm and nucleus. Cytoplasm is the content of the cell except the nucleus.


Inside enclosed by starting with w?

'Inside enclosed' is within.


What is the structure located in the cell which controls it activity called?

the nucleus has enclosed within it genetic material in the form of DNA, which controls all cellular activity


What is bigger a nucleotide or a nucleus?

Clearly, a nucleus is much larger than a nucleotide. A nucleotide is essentially a molecule. Therefore, it can only me measured in molecular dimensions. The nucleus is the largest organelle within a eukaryotic cell.


What is a cytoplasms job?

Cytoplasm is the gel-like substance enclosed within the cell membrane and organelles. The contents of a cell's nucleus are separated from the cytoplasm and are then called nucleoplasm.


Where is the location of the chromosomes?

In prokaryotic cells, the chromosome is attached to the cell membrane and is a single plasmid. In eukaryotic cells the (usually multiple) chromosomes are enclosed within the nucleus.


Is mitochondria the same as cytoplasm?

No. Mitochondria are the cell's powerhouses. The cytoplasm is the part of the cell that is enclosed within the cell membrane. A cell's mitochondria are located within the cytoplasm along with the rest of the cell's components, for example the nucleus.


Where in the cell is mRNA made?

Within the nucleus Within the nucleus


How is the DNA in a prokaryote different from the DNA in a eukaryote?

Prokayotes usually have circular DNA, which is found in an area of the cytoplasm called the nucleoid. This, unlike the nucleus of eukaryotes, is not enclosed by a membrane. Eukaryotes have linear DNA, which is contained within the nucleus of the cell.


What is Polarized molecule?

A polarized molecule is molecule who's electrons can easily move within it's atomic levels. Large molecules in which the electrons are far from the nucleus are relatively easy to polarize and therfore poses greater dispersion forces.


What is the function of the organelles in the nucleus?

The nucleus is an organelle. The nucleolus is RNA within the nucleus. The RNA within the nucleus is mRNA. It carries the message of the DNA out of the nucleus into they cytoplasm.