The cell's nucleus contains most of the genes of eukaryotes. Aside from storing DNA, it is known to coordinate the cell's activities, including growth, intermediary metabolism, protein synthesis, and cell division.
Since it stores the DNA, the synthesis of mRNA from the DNA also happens in the nucleus.
The nucleus has many different roles in eukaryotic cells. Check all that apply.
A. Calcium is stored within the nucleus.
B. Assembly of ribosomal subunits occurs in the nucleus.
C. Synthesis of mRNA from DNA occurs in the nucleus.
D. Packaging of proteins for export from the cell occurs in the nucleus.
E. Synthesis of ribosomal RNA occurs in the nucleus.
F. Synthesis of proteins occurs within the nucleus.
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