Who discovered the nucleus in the cell?

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In 1831, Robert Brown discovered the nucleus in the cell. The nucleus in eukaryotic cells is a protoplasmic body covered by a double membrane that contains hereditary details. Robert Brown discovered the nucleus in 1831. Hammerling in 1953 demonstrated that the nucleus is a storehouse of hereditary information with the help of grafting experimentations on Acetabularia.

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