To begin, the animal cell is the cell that is in humans or other animals. Although the nucleus is in both animal and plant cells (Doc. 1), it is more crucial in an animal cell (OI). The nucleus is the “big brain,” and “controls everything” (Doc. 3). Like most organelles, the nucleus has a membrane protecting it (Doc. 1). On the other hand, it has multiple membranes protecting it unlike other organelles (OI). Unquestionably, the big brain and controller is most definitely vital because without a controller everything would be crazy.
Introduction: The animal cell can be compared to the human body in various ways and functions. Most or all parts of the animal can be matched to parts of the human body that have very similar functions and jobs when looking at the whole picture. Like an animal cell, each part of the human body has a specific job that helps regulate the entire operation. Some parts are more important or have a bigger job than others. For example, the brain is much more important to the entire system than the teeth are. Or in the sense of an animal cell, the nucleus has a much bigger job than the lysosomes.
Essentially, the nucleus is vital for the cell’s survival. The nucleus controls and gives instructions to all organelles and inhabitants of the cell(Doc. 2). It is a dense, ball shaped configuration that contains the DNA of the cell.
Nucleus – The nucleus is the largest organelle in the cell. It acts as the control system for almost all the activities of the cell. It stores the cell 's hereditary material, or DNA
Nearly all animal cells have a nucleus, with the only exception being the red blood cell. The nucleus has two major functions, which are housing the DNA and controlling the cell’s activities. In the centre of the nucleus is the nucleolus. This doesn’t have a membrane, but holds itself together. In the nucleolus, ribosomes are created through the mixture of RNA and proteins. These proteins are originally found in the cytoplasm, outside the nucleus, but they travel through the pores in the nuclear envelope, through the chromatin and into the nucleolus. The structure of the nucleolus allows easy
For a plant cell, the nucleus, without a doubt, is the most important organelle; but in the animal cell, the most vital structure is the mitochondria.
Breaking down an organism leads scientists to identify cells. A group of cells create tissues, tissues combined are organs, and organs and their functions make up systems. Basically, cells make up living organisms. There are 2 kinds of cells: Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic. Within a prokaryotic, it doesn’t contain a DNA bounded nucleus; however, a eukaryotic cell does. Though the prokaryotic cell differs from a eukaryotic cell, they share a cell membrane. The cell membrane is composed of a phospholipid bilayer and proteins, which makes it selectively permeable. It is located outside of the cytoplasm and controls the movement of substances in and out of the cell. Its basic function is to protect the cell from its surroundings by selecting what can enter and exit the cell.
Nucleus: The nucleus controls the cell. like the cork of a baseball controls the trajectory and the direction.
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Although both of these cells contain DNA, only eukaryotic cells contain a nucleus. The nucleus is the largest organelle, surrounded by a double membrane (nuclear envelope) containing lots of pores. The nuclear membrane protects contents of the nucleus and controls the transport of substances in and out. The nucleus contains linear DNA in chromatin which protects the DNA from damage. Chromatin is formed of DNA which controls the activities of the cell. The nucleus often contains a structure called the nucleolus. This structure produces ribosomes which enter the cytoplasm in the cell through the nuclear pores, as well as transcribing DNA into RNA.
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There are several different organelles which allow the cell to carry out its function which is reproduction and growth. There are important organelles that the eukaryotic cell needs, one of which is that the nucleus is present. The nucleus acts as the brain of the eukaryotic cell. DNA is found in the nucleus which holds all the genes and also controls the cell. The cells function is to reproduce, which needs the nucleus to do this. To carry out another function which is to reproduce, the chromosomes which are found in the DNA are needed and copied. The cell also needs a lot of energy for this. The energy is created by the eukaryotic cell’s other organelle which is mitochondria. The mitochondria make energy out of food and then give the cell the energy it needs to carry out its function. The lysosome then digests enzymes which breaks down the
Nucleus- which is an organelle is found eukaryotic cells. The nucleus is the control point of the cell which helps control movement, eating, reproduction and also contains genetic material. The nucleus and the other organelles are surrounded by the nuclear envelope; it is similar to the cell membrane. The nucleus contains something called chromatin which is made of RNA, DNA and nuclear proteins. DNA contains genetic material and also instructions to how to make our body work properly. DNA is tied up by chromosomes. As the DNA cannot travel outside the nucleus to give instructions, it makes a smaller copy of it self which is known as RNA. The RNA which does travel from the nucleus then gets read by the ribosomes, which then proceeds on to make proteins. The main function of the nucleus is to control gene expression and to help the replication of DNA which takes place during the cell cycle.
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Nucleus- “the brain” or control center of the cell. The Nucleus, a membrane-bound structure of a cell, plays two crucial roles in controlling the cell. The nucleus carries the cell's genetic information that determines if the organism will develop, for instance, into a tree or a human; and it directs most cell activities including growth, metabolism, and reproduction by controlling protein synthesis. The presence of a nucleus distinguishes the more complex eukaryotic cells of plants and animals from the simpler prokaryotic cells of bacteria and cyanobacteria that lack a nucleus. The nucleus is the most predominate structure in the cell. It is typically round and occupies 10% of the cells total volume. The nucleus is wrapped in a