Where is DNA found other than in cell nucleus?
Other than in the nucleus, DNA can be found in the mitochondria of a cell.
Nucleus of An Atom The nucleus of an atom is a dense region consisting of protons and neutrons. The nucleus is found in the center of an atom. More than 99% of the atom's mass is found in the nucleus. Nucleus of a Cell A cell's nucleus contains much of the genetic material. Most people think of the nucleus as the "brain" of a cell. Inside the nucleus is the nucleolus, which produces ribosomes.
In eukaryots, DNA would be found inside the nucleus, though other molecules that carry genetic information such as some types of RNAs can be found outside the nucleus. In prokaryotes, DNA occures both in plasmids (circular DNA other than the 'main' genome of bacteria) and DNA clumped in a nucloid, which isn't like the nucleus eukaryotic cells have. Prokaryotes also have RNA in their cytoplasm.
If you're talking about a normal eukaryotic cell, then no, it is not possible. But if the cell is undergoing cell division, the original nucleus will formed into two nuclei in the cell at one moment of time but that is because the cell is going to split into 2 daughter cells and each daughter cell needs a nucleus.
mostly to protect it. though the analogy is limited, if you think of the nucleus as the brain of the cell (as in it controls the cell as the brain controls your body... not that the nucleus can think or anything) if it were to get damaged, through physical abrehsion or the harsh chemicals that are found in other parts of the cell, then the control would break down and the cells would probaly die…