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The [[Major]] [[Organelle]] of [[Eukaryotic cells]], in which the [[Chromosomes]] are separated from the [[Cytoplasm]] by the [[Nuclear envelope]].The [[Nucleus]] has 3 [[Parts]] the [[Nucleolus]], the [[Chromatin]], and the [[Nuclear envelope]].
  
 
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]].
 
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]].

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Nucleus

The Major Organelle of Eukaryotic cells, in which the Chromosomes are separated from the Cytoplasm by the Nuclear envelope.The Nucleus has 3 Parts the Nucleolus, the Chromatin, and the Nuclear envelope.

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.