The Nucleus. By Meredith Derecho, Elizabeth Eyermann , and Hannah Woolf. Source 3. Key Facts About Nuclei. “The nucleus is the genetic control center of a eukaryotic cell” (Source 5) Only eukaryotic cells have a nucleus—prokaryotic cells do not. Source 5.
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By Meredith Derecho, Elizabeth Eyermann, and Hannah Woolf
The nucleus has three main components:
The Nuclear Envelope
An artist’s depiction of chromatin!
For more information about the nucleolus, see Josh, Callie, and Garrett’s project
1. Gene expression
2. Managing cellular reproduction
Stores and regulates the DNA
Uses transcription DNA to make the mRNA
Processes the pre-mRNA through post-transcriptional modification
Exports the mRNA to the ribosomes, where the mRNA becomes protein
The process of mitosis:
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14. Our lovely textbook! Campbell, et al. Biology: Concepts and Connections.