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What is a nucleus?

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The nucleus is the central part of a cell. The nucleus consists of all DNA and RNA information. The nucleus is the main part of a cell, kind of like the brain in the human body!
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The nucleus in the center body of the cell. It stores the cell's DNA and coordinates cellular activity and processes.
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