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The question is: Why is the nucleus not visible in figure 3 (attached bellow)
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Hi,
Most plant cells are filled with cell sap, so that the nucleus can be at one end, particularly if this is a palisade cell in a leaf [the chloroplasts strongly suggest that [?? - I am not a botanist]; therefore, I would predict that the cross section has missed the nucleus.

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Yes, I think it’s because the plane at which the specimen was cut didn’t include the nucleus.
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Yes, I think it’s because the plane at which the specimen was cut didn’t include the nucleus.
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just some aqa past paper questions I'm not sure which year tho they were just revision material from our teacher
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