What Is The Nucleolus?
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What Is The Nucleolus?

The nucleolus is a smaller organelle found within the nucleus of eukaryotic cells. The nucleolus is comprised of collections of DNA, RNA, and various proteins. The components that make up the nucleolus are gathered around areas known as nucleolus or organizing regions. The nucleolus doesn't just organize RNA and DNA, it also serves as the site of creation for ribosomes. A Closer Look At The Nucleolus Photo: By Orlov I, Schertel A, Zuber G, Klaholz B,...

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O2 (Oxygen) Lewis Dot Structure

The Lewis Dot Structure for O2 or dioxygen is as follows: O = O It’s a very simple structure, but how does one interpret this Lewis structure? How can one draw a Lewis structure and use it to understand how atoms bond together to make molecules? Let’s go over how Lewis structures are interpreted and drawn. Facts About Oxygen (O2) Photo: Benjah-bmm27 via Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain O2 is an allotrope of oxygen and is made...

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How Many Face Cards Are In A Deck?

How many face cards are there in a deck of cards? There are 12 of these face cards in a deck of cards, the face cards being non-numbered cards, the King, the Queen, and Jack. There are a king, queen, and jack for each of the four different suits: hearts, spades, clubs, and diamonds. The four suits have 13 cards each, for a total of 52 cards. Therefore, your chance of drawing a face card out of a deck of...

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CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) Lewis Dot Structure

The Lewis Dot Structure for carbon dioxide can be represented like this: o=C=o But what exactly does this mean? What is a Lewis Dot Structure, and what do the symbols in carbon dioxide’s structure represent? Let’s go over the Lewis structure and find out how to interpret this representation of carbon dioxide. How To Read A Lewis Dot Structure The Lewis dot structure is drawn with letters that represent the atoms of the element, and then a number of dots...

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How Many Days Are In Summer On Average?

How many days are in summer on average? This depends somewhat on how you define summer, whether you are referring to the astronomical season of summer or the meteorological season. In terms of the meteorological summer season, there are 92 days in summer. The meteorological summer begins on June 1 and ends on August 31. Meanwhile, the astronomical summer begins on June 21st or 22nd and runs until the autumnal the equinox, coming to an end on September 21, 22nd,...

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Every North American Country: From Canada To Cuba

How many countries are there in North America? Most people can name at least three countries: the United States, Canada, and Mexico. However, there are actually up to 23 officially recognized states or countries in North America, or 23 sovereign states as recognized by the United Nations. What follows is a list of every country in North America: Antigua and Barbuda Bahamas Barbados Belize Canada Costa Rica Cuba Dominica Dominican Republic El Salvador Grenada Guatemala Haiti Honduras Jamaica Mexico Nicaragua...

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How Many Cities Are Officially In The US?

How many cities are there within the United States, or how many cities are officially recognized by the US government? Answering this question requires going into the distinction between cities, towns, and counties. However, this article will use "incorporated places" as the relevant term to get the most complete picture of cities and towns within the US. Defining Counties, Cities and Towns Asking how many cities in the United States is a difficult question to answer because many states have...

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World Map: All 7 Continents And 5 Oceans

Our planet is divided into seven continents and five oceans. The seven continents are North America, South America, Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, and Antarctica. While there are some small islands surrounding these main continents that people live on, most of the world population lives on one of the seven continents. The seven continents are divided by five different oceans. The oceans are: the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Arctic Ocean, and the southern ocean. Let's take...

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The Capital Of California Is Not What You’d Guess

What is the capital of the state of California? A natural guess is the city of Los Angeles, which is the largest city in the state, and the center of much of its commercial and economic activity. However, the capital city of California is actually Sacramento. Sacramento, California has been the capital of the state since 1879. Before this, several other cities served as the capital of California. Let's examine the history of the city of Sacramento and the state...

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How To Make Brown Out Of Two Common Colors

Are you curious how you can make brown out of two common colors? Brown is a combination of three or more colors, so it can be made with a wide variety of colors, including colors that are already made out of two colors. For instance, green and red can be combined to make brown, and so can purple and yellow. How To Make Brown There are various ways you can make brown. Here are some of the various pigments you...

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