The nucleus is an organelle within a cell that processes information. It is also the administrative center. The nucleus stores the cell's genetic material and coordinates various cellular activities such as growth and re... More »

The nucleus is a cellular organelle that is only present in eukaryotes. Its main function is to regulate gene expression; it also controls cellular growth and replication. More »

A plant cell's nucleus is responsible for storing the plant's genetic information and controlling the plant's activities. These activities include growth, cell division, metabolism and protein synthesis. More »

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The organelle that manages cell functions in a eukaryotic cell is the nucleus. Most eukaryotic cells have a single nucleus; however, some organisms may have several nuclei per cell. More »

An organelle is a unique part of a cell that has a specific function. The term is a combination of the word "organum," which means instrument or engine, and the suffix "-elle," which means small. More »

The function of the nuclear membrane in an animal cell is to hold the DNA inside the nucleus in order to protect it from surrounding substances. The nuclear membrane also regulates which substances can enter or exit the ... More »

The function of the nucleus in the plant cell is to store the plant's DNA and control the activity of the cell through protein synthesis. The nucleus is enclosed by the nuclear membrane, which has pores for the passage o... More »