why in a plant cell, the nucleus is shifted to one side?

Plant cells contain large sized vacuole. The presence of this vacuole pushes the nucleus of the cell to one side.  

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I know that the location of a nucleus in every Plant Cell is at the side (Usually), such as in Elodea and Onion Cells.. Nonetheless, I do not know the reason WHY I heard that it's because that the food supplies within the cells (Because Plant Cells create their own energy and store the supply in the cells, such as Onion Cells) push the Nucleus and other organelles away to the sides of the cell, and I also heard that it's because of the existence of the Large Vacuole in the middle of the cell.. Whatever the reason(s) is / are, I would appreciate it if everyone who answers this question give me a source as to where they get it, and if they do get it because they are teachers, then please state your name (It would be great if it can be full, but if it can't then that would be all right as well).. That is all, this is because I need to put you / whatever the source you get it from on NoodleTools to have a proper MLA Format for my Essay.. Thank you for your help, and 10 points for the best answer.. If you don't give me a source that I can enlist, then I will ignore your answer...

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it's because that the food supplies within the cells (Because Plant Cells create their own energy and store the supply in the cells, such as Onion Cells) push the Nucleus and other organelles away to the sides of the cell, and I also heard that it's because of the existence of the Large Vacuole in the middle of the cell..

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