Difference between revisions of "Nucleus"

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A nucleus is very simple really....its like...the puppy who lost his way. So there was this puppy right? well i guess he was more of a dog, ah well anyway so he got lost, and this poor little boy was like "wheres my puppy? wheres my puppy?" and so he sent out flyers looking for the stupid mutt when finally the kid realized...he didnt have a dog, it was a rock, and the rock ran away cuz it thought he was queer. in conclusion, nuclei is the plural of nucleus.
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a specialized, usually [[Spherical]] [[Mass]] of [[Protoplasm]] encased in a [[Double]] [[Membrane]], and found in most living [[Eukaryotic cells]], directing their [[Growth]], [[Metabolism]], and [[Reproduction]], and functioning in the [[Transmission]] of [[Genic]] [[Characters]].

Revision as of 02:41, 6 October 2006

Nucleus

a specialized, usually Spherical Mass of Protoplasm encased in a Double Membrane, and found in most living Eukaryotic cells, directing their Growth, Metabolism, and Reproduction, and functioning in the Transmission of Genic Characters.