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Q: You find a type of cell you have never seen before. The cell has both a nucleus and a cell wall. Therefore you conclude that it must be a cell.?
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What never leaves the nucleus?

DNA never leaves the nucleus

Do bacteria have nucleus?

Bacteria never have nucleus. Thats why they are prokariyotes

What identifies this cell as a bacterial cell rather than a plant cell?

A bacterial cell has no nucleus. It is prokaryotic, meaning before nucleus, whereas a plant cell has a nucleus and is eukaryotic, meaning true nucleus. Also, plant cells are often specialized whereas bacterial never are.

What part of an atom never changes?

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What are the number of protons in the nucleus of an atom?

really the number of atoms in a nucleus is never the same in any matter but it can have a changing nucleus it depends.

What organelle copies DNA?

DNA is copied by proteins in the nucleus, which is not technically considered to be an organelle. DNA never leaves the nucleus, so it never interacts with the organelles.

What is never found outside the nucleus?

protons and neutrons

Are the electrons of an atom found in the nucleus along with the protons?

Electrons are never found in the nucleus of an atom, along with the protons. They exist in shells that surround the nucleus.

What can you conclude from your observations of sunspots?

Sunspot are never in a pattern. Sunspots move on the sun at the same speed.

Is an electron found in the nucleus?

No, it is never to be found in the nucleus, it is in electron orbits or 'shells', each with its own the energy level.

Where is the position of the nucleus in a cell?

The nucleus is found in the center of the cytoplasm of the cell. The nucleus is not always in the center of the cell and it is never situated too close to the cell wall.