anonymous user


Who named the nucleus of the cell

Topics: ScienceBiologyCell Biology, Microbiology


The origin of the word nucleus is from New Latin, from Latin, meaning kernel, from nut.

In 1831 Robert Brown discovered the nucleus of a cell and while fertilizing an orchid and gave it the name nucleus.

Do you know the answer?

Login or Sign Up to answer this question.

Who named the nucleus of the cell

Related Cell Biology Questions

See All Questions