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What Is The Function Of Nuclear Membrane?

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The nuclear membrane is selectively permeable, meaning it lets certain things in and keeps others out. The hydrolific (water-loving) heads let in a lot of water, which the hydrophobic (water-fearing) tails push out the water that is not needed. The membrane contains nucleoplasm, and encloses the nucleus.

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It separates the nucleus from the cytoplasm. It also protects and lets things go in and out of the nucleus
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Controls movement of materials in/out of nucleus
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Function of nuclear membrane

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