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What is the difference between Nucleoplasm and Cytoplasm?

Asked by R. Jones, Last updated: Apr 06, 2020

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Chris Kenway

Chris Kenway, Content Writer, Jacksonville

Answered Aug 13, 2019

Nucleoplasm and Cytoplasm are both present in the cells of an organism. Their areas of function are different. A typical cell contains a thick solution known as Cytoplasm, and the liquid substance is covered by the cell membrane. A typical cell is made up of different organelles like chloroplast, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, vacuole, Golgi apparatus, and others. All these organelles are placed inside the Cytoplasm. And the Cytoplasm helps in transferring different materials in the cell.

Nucleoplasm and Cytoplasm are both present in the cells of an organism. Their areas of function are
Nucleoplasm, on the other hand, can be regarded as the liquid substance in the nucleus. The Cytoplasm does not extend its reach into the nucleus; it only stops at the outer membrane of the nucleus. Nucleoplasm is also known as the nucleus sap, and things like chromosomes and nucleoli are present in it. Enzymes are also present in the nucleoplasm together with nucleotides. Both Cytoplasm and nucleoplasm are very important in a cell

 

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