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The control center and director of cell activities is the _____. endoplasmic reticulum nucleus mitochondria lysosomes
The control center and director of cell activities is the NUCLEUS. Nucleus is a small spherical, dense body in a cell. It is often called the "control center" because it controls all the activities of the cell including cell reproduction, and heredity. The control center and director of cell activities is the nucleus. Nucleus is a large round protoplasmic structure that is found in
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The control center and director of cell activities is the NUCLEUS.


Nucleus is a small spherical, dense body in a cell. It is often called the "control center" because it controls all the activities of the cell including cell reproduction, and heredity.



The control center and director of cell activities is the nucleus. Nucleus is a large round protoplasmic structure that is found in eukaryotic cells. Inside the nucleus is the DNA that is accountable for offering the cell with its exclusive characteristics.
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