One or more protons and, except for hydrogen, also one or
more neutrons are in the atom's nucleus.
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.
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.
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.
because an electrons mass is so minute compared to protons and neutrons that the mass is said to be contained in the nucleus
Prokaryotes do not have their genetic material contained in a nucleus. Red blood cells in humans do not have a nucleus.
the nucleolus is actually floating within the nucleus.
Eukaryotes have a nucleus, prokaryotes do not.
Prokaryotic cells are cells that do not have a nucleus. Eukaryotic cells do contain a nucleus. The nucleus of the eukaryotic cell is where the genetic material is contained.
The DNA of most cells are contained within the nucleus of a cell.
12 protons and no electrons
In the nucleus of an atom, there is a proton (charge:+1) and a neutron (charge:0).
The genetic material in eukaryotic cells is contained in a membrane-bound nucleus.
Protons are contained within the nucleus, electrons surround the nucleus at a considerable distance (atomically speaking)
Actually, the nucleus is incredibly small and the neutrons are contained there.
The atomic nucleus contain protons and neutrons; these particles are formed from quarks and gluons.
Yes. The genetic material is contained in chromosomes which are within the nucleus of the cell.