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同義/類義語:細胞核
英訳・(英)同義/類義語:nucleus, nuclei

細胞構成する要素で、核膜で囲まれて球形をしており、内部染色体核小体を含む。

細胞核

【英】: Cell Nucleus
細胞中心にある組織球状構造をしている。細胞核の中には遺伝情報であるDNA格納されており、二重の膜(核膜)に囲まれ、核膜孔よばれる多数の穴がある。そして、“発現再生老化、発ガン”などの生命現象が引き起こされる「場」になっている

細胞種類は、細菌ラン藻類の原核細胞と、ヒト植物などの真核細胞2種類あるが、細胞核をもつのは真核細胞である。

細胞



デオキシリボ核酸

遺伝


細胞核

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細胞核(さいぼうかく、: cell nucleus)とは、真核生物細胞を構成する細胞小器官のひとつ。細胞の遺伝情報の保存と伝達を行い、ほぼすべての細胞に存在する。通常は単にということが多い。




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  1. 真核細胞細胞小器官一つ遺伝情報保存伝達を行う。別名、内には核小体がある。


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