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Which of the following structures controls the activities of the living cell?


Question

Which of the following structures controls the activities of the living cell?

Options

A) Nucleus

B) Centrosome

C) Mitochondrion

D) Golgi body

The correct answer is A.

Explanation:

Nucleus is a part of living things which controls activities due to the presence of the DNA in it.

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  • NUCLEUS is the main part of the cell that control and coordinate the WHOLE activities of the cell,it's in the two cells that we have.plant and animal cell.

  • A nucleus is a membrane-bound organelle that contains the cell's chromosomes. Pores in the nuclear membrane allow for the passage of molecules in and out of the nucleus.
    The nucleus is one of the most obvious parts of the cell when you look at a picture of the cell. It's in the middle of the cell, and the nucleus contains all of the cell's chromosomes, which encode the genetic material. So this is really an important part of the cell to protect. The nucleus has a membrane around it that keeps all the chromosomes inside and makes the distinction between the chromosomes being inside the nucleus and the other organelles and components of the cell staying outside.

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  • Nucleus is a part of living things which controls activities due to the presence of the DNA in it.

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