What will happen in a cell if its nucleus is removed? Give reasons in support of your answer in short.
Since the nucleus is known as "the brain of the cell", if it were removed, the cell would die almost instantly. The nucleus controls all of the cell organelles, whether it be the mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, cytoplasms, or even the nucleolus. So if the nucleus was removed, since it controls all of the organelles, the cell would die and so would the organism it is controlling.
If nucleus is removed then the cell would not work properly since it lack its controlling unit . Ribosomes that produce proteins are synthesised by nucleolus and if cell lacks nuclei then the synthesis of such an important nutrient do not take place. Heriditary unit of genes in DNA is present in nucles.Therefore without nucleus passing of hereditiary features cannot take place.Nucleus play an important role in cell division and exibits its maturity. Therefore without nucleus cell division is impossible.
(2). It is not helps in cell division.
(3). It is not helps in protein synthesis.hence, also not control growth development.
(4). It is not control all mazor cell activities.