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The nucleus is the central part of a neuron. It controls the cell’s activities and holds its genetic information. The nucleus takes up most of the cell’s volume, and is separated from the cytoplasm by an envelope made of membranes that are studded with ribosomes. – The nucleus is the largest organelle in a cell. It takes up most of the volume and it stores genetic information that tells cells what to do.

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The cytoplasm, or space inside the cell between the membrane and nucleus, contains many important substances like enzymes for chemical reactions necessary for life processes. Proteins also float around here as well as ribosomes which are where proteins are coded before being sent off into other parts of the cell. “Nucleus.” Emedicinehealth Medical Encyclopedia: Critical Appraisal Toolkit – MedlinePlus [Internet]. c2015 2017 Oct 30;12(13):e100330+. Available from: URL:[link] “Neuron’s Nucleus Is Located in Its __.” – The nucleus is the largest organelle in a cell. It takes up most of the volume and it stores genetic information that tells cells what to do. Cytoplasm also contains many important substances like enzymes for chemical reactions necessary for life processes as well as proteins that float around here, but ribosomes are where proteins are coded before being sent off into other parts of the cell.

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