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Except for the nucleus, what part of a cell contains all the living materials??
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living material?Organic compound?
is it what u mean?
acctually all of the organel is living material(organic, not anorganic)
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The living parts of a cell are the nucleus, cytoplasm and the cell membrane. It constitues the protoplasm.
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