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What is the function of a nucleus?

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The nucleus is the control centre of a cell. It contains the DNA of the cell which controls what happens in the cell.

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Contains genetic material in chromosomes, which control how cells grow and work.

Also controls cell division

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The nucleus contains the genetic information of a cell, i.e. the DNA.

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