Nuclear Envelope By: Mandee Wood and Alper Zivali

1. The Folded membranes improve the efficiency of a variety of processes that occur across a cell's membrane by increasing the surface area available for the proteins that manage those processes. Proteins facilitate respiration, the exchange of nutrients and waste. They also block harmful molecules from entering the cell.

2. The Nuclear Envelope is the two layered membrane that encases the nucleus of a Eukaryota cell, which separates the nucleus from other cell organelles. The two layers are composed of the inner and outer, along with these the nuclear envelope is dotted with thousands of nuclear pores.

The nuclear envelope is were the nuclear membrane is.

3. The Nuclear Envelope is located inside the cell and is part of the double membrane structure that surrounds the nucleus in Eukaryota cell. These are deep in the cell and is covered in nuclear pores.

4. The Nuclear Envelope surrounds the nucleus with a double membrane with multiple pores. These pores regulate the passages of the macro molecules like proteins and RNA, but they still permit free passage of water, ions, ATP and other small molecules.

The nuclear envelope is like the security of our school. For example with the nuclear membranes that choose what goes in and out of the nucleus the security guards do this. The nuclear pores, that let material in and out, the security guards watch over that too.


Created with images by ♡ dare to share beauty - "Cosmic Rose"

Report Abuse

If you feel that this video content violates the Adobe Terms of Use, you may report this content by filling out this quick form.

To report a Copyright Violation, please follow Section 17 in the Terms of Use.