Q. 53.9( 14 Votes )

What happens to a cell if the nucleus is removed? Give reasons to support your answer? (AS 1)

Answer :

i. The nucleus is the driver or brain of the cell.

ii. It controls all the activities of the cell.


iii. If the nucleus of a cell is removed then the cell will not function. The cell will be just like a car without a driver.


iv. Any of the cell function will not be carried out in absence of its brain or driver.


v. Ultimately cell will die.



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