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Inside the Nucleus

Nuclear envelope:

—Is a double membrane that surrounds the nucleus. it often has ribosomes on it's surface. Controls entry and exit of materials going in and out of the nucleolus.

Nuclear pores:

—Allows large molecules to pass through. Such as messenger RNA out if the nucleus.

 Nucleoplasm:

—Jelly-like material that makes up the bulk of the nucleus.

Chromatin:

—DNA found in the nucleoplasm.

Nucleolus:

—Small spherical body within the nucleoplasm. It manufactures ribosomes and assembles the ribosomes.

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