Cytoplasm is the material or protoplasm within a living cell, excluding the nucleus. Cars don't have living cells.
Cytoplasm definition: The material or protoplasm within a living cell, excluding the nucleus.
There is no specific term for living material within a cell that is confined to the nucleus. The nucleus does, however contain the DNA that is the blueprint for all protein production in the cell.
The contents of the cell excluding the nucleus and the plasma membrane is the cytoplasm.
It is the cytoplasm
the material that is in the nucleus of the cell and contains the genetic material
No but a nucleus is in every living cell
Cells are made up of protoplasm. It is the living substance. It contains cytoplasm, a jelly like material, and a nucleus. The nucleus controls the working of the whole cell.
This is known as the cytoplasm. This is a region between the cell membrane and the nucleus, but it is a jelly like substance that makes up all the living material in a cell except the nucleus.