Compare the structure of the nuclear membrane with the plasma. Indicate their similarities and differences. What are the differences?

The inner membrane of the nucleus is specific and differs from the plasma by specific proteins. The outer membrane of the nucleus is similar in structure to the membrane of the endoplasmic reticulum and is associated with it; therefore, it can be considered as a derivative of EPS The outer membrane of the nucleus is dotted with ribosomes involved in protein synthesis. There are nuclear pores in the nuclear envelope through which the exchange between the cytoplasm and the nucleus takes place. RNA molecules and ribosomes are transported from the nucleus, and proteins penetrate from the cytoplasm into the nucleus.

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