Nuclear Membrane - QS Study
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Nuclear Membrane: The double layered transparent membrane, which make the outer covering of the nucleus is the nuclear membrane.

The outer membrane porous but the inner one is not. Chemically the membrane is made of protein and lipid.



The main function of this to keep the nucleoplasm, chromosome and the nucleus distinct from cytoplasm. Transportation and communication between internal materials and cytoplasm is also done through this membrane.


Nucleoplasm: It is a transparent and dense fluid bounded by nuclear membrane. Nucleolus and chromosomes are present in it.

Function: It holds chromosomes and performs various organic functions.