What is the difference between the nucleus and the cytoplasm?

The nucleus and the cytoplasm are completely different structures. The nucleus is an organelle. The nucleus stores the cell’s genetic information (DNA). DNA is packed into chromosomes. This reduces the chance of damage to the chain and exposure to various substances that can destroy or change them. The cytoplasm is the inner filling of the cell. It consists of water, mineral salts and some organic matter. Organelles move in the cytoplasm and it gives shape to the cell. The filling of the nucleus from the cytoplasm is protected by the nuclear envelope (membrane).

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