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What would happen if 'nucleus' is removed from the cell?


A
The activities of the cell will not be controlled and die.
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B
The cell will not have a regular shape.
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C
The cell will not be able to store food and water.
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D
The cell will not be able to move.
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Solution

The correct option is B The activities of the cell will not be controlled and die.
The nucleus is the main controller of a eukaryotic cell. Its main function is to store the genetic material in the form of DNA. It undergoes transcription to make RNA that undergoes translation to form proteins. The proteins are used in various cellular functions such as making hormones and enzymes. Hence in the absence of a nucleus the cell will die. 
Thus the correct answer is option A.

Biology

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