The nucleus is the control center of a cell. It contains the 'blueprints' called DNA.
Along with the DNA you'll also find the nucleulus, histones, which help to pack the DNA, along with a variety of other proteins/enzymes (including RNA polymerases), transcription factors and some RNA.
There are also other parts like a nucleolous
An atom can not be described in biological terms.
In cell biology, the nucleus is a membrane enclosed organelle that is found in the eukaryotic cells. The majority of the cell's genetic material is contained in the nucleus.
In terms of biology, the word nucleus suggest that is a part of a living cell. Nucleus in cell + the cytoplasm of the cell = protoplasm. In physical science, the word nucleus suggest that it is a part of an atom.
Eukayotic cells have a contained nucleus
Chromatin material is contained within the nucleus.
The two particles contained in the nucleus are protons and neutrons.
Yes - a cell's DNA (chromosomes) is contained in the nucleus.
cell biology because cell biology deals with the all organelles in a cell and a nucleus is one of the organelle of the cell
it's in the chromosomes, in the nucleus
None. The nucleus IS and organelle.
DNA is contained in the nucleus and everyone's genetic code is different..
i believe it to be contained within its nucleus.
The mass of an atom is contained primarily in its nucleus.
In terms of biology, a reactant is a substance that takes part in, or causes a chemical reaction.
Cell biology. As in this branch all cell organelles are studied and we know that nucleus is one of the major organelle of the cell. So we study nucleus in this branch.
Nucleus is contained within the head of the sperm cell.
The cell because the nucleus is contained inside of the cell.
The nucleus of an atom contains protons and neutrons.
biology=the study of life
Protons and neutrons
in the nucleus