Regarding the presence of the nucleus, what is the difference between animal and bacterial cells?

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Regarding the presence of the nucleus, what is the difference between animal and bacterial cells?

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The nucleus is the organelle where the genetic material is located. The nucleus plays a role in cell function through gene expression. During cell division or mitosis, the genetic material in the nucleus will duplicate to produce two daughter cells with identical genetic material to the parent cells.

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With regard to the nucleus the difference between animal cells and bacteria is that the DNA in bacteria cells is located in the nucleoid, which has no...

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The Role of the Nucleus in the Cell

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The nucleus of a cell contains its DNA, which provides instructions for protein synthesis. Discover the importance of nuclei and nucleoli in cell and organism survival.


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