Cell Biology (cytology)

What is the living material surrounding the outside of the nucleus?


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2009-04-28 23:41:19
2009-04-28 23:41:19

directly sorrounding the nucleus is the nuclear envelope (the envelope can also be considered as part of the nucleus itself) however, sorrounding that is the cytoplasm, which contains organelles


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In eukaryotes the protoplasm surrounding the nucleus is called the cytoplasm. In prokaryotes the material inside the plasma membrane is the bacterial cytoplasm.

Golgi apparatus or endoplasmic reticulum

Everything that surrounds the nucleus is living, because the nucleus is part of a living organism. Be more specific.

no ... no organelles are

Protoplasm is the living substance inside the cell. The protoplasm surrounding the cell is known as cytoplasm. The protoplasm inside the a cell's nucleus, is known as nucleoplasm or nuclear sap.

The living materiel around the nucleus are its organelles, the closest being the nucleolus. The other "living materiel" that surrounds the nucleus are the mitochondria, lysosomes, the Golgi body and apparatus, rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum, cell membrane (or cell wall in plants), ribosomes, vacuoles, and the cytoplasm.

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.

around the nucleus, there are organelles, which have separate functions. the organelles are in a watery substance called cytoplasm, which is used for movement of particles and ribosomes throughout the cell. i know all of the organelles but i don't think that's what your looking for.

Cytoplasm is the material or protoplasm within a living cell, excluding the nucleus. Cars don't have living cells.

No, the nucleus is not living.

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.

Growth occurs in all living things. Taking in material from the outside environment, a plant or animal creates material that becomes part of its own organism.

Cytoplasm definition: The material or protoplasm within a living cell, excluding the nucleus.

No but a nucleus is in every living cell

DNA is found in the nucleus of a cell, the genetic instructions needed for any living thing to carry out any functions necessary to maintaining life.

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.

Animal cell: -Cell memrane -mitochondrion -Vacuole -golgi apparatus -Smooth and rough endoplasmic reticulum -Centriole -microfilaments -microtubules -ribosomes -cytoplasm Plant cell: Same as the animal cell but have chloroplasts and a cell wall

It is the control center of the atom as the same a the for the nucleus for the living cell.

Having a nucleus is not a criterion for a living thing.

The nucleus of atoms is dense and hard. If it was possible to have half a teaspoon of nuclei only it would have a mass of around 400 million tons. The nucleus of an atom is hard and incredibly dense. The nucleus of a cell is made of living material so is not particularly hard. Liquid flows between the nucleus and the cell.

Yes, protoplasm is living material.

Yes, fungi have a nucleus. Since, they are a kind of living organisms, they have a nucleus.

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