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Why the joining place of Nucleous is called `secondary constriction'?
The denser, small and round body found in the nucleus is the
nucleolus. Every nucleus normally contains a single nucleolus. Nucleolus is
usually attached to a certain area of a Particular chromosome. The region of
chromosome where it remain attached is called `secondary constriction'.But why?
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