Name any two organelles found inside the nucleus.

Chromatin & Nucleolus are the two organelles found inside the Nucleus.

Chromatin- In eukaryotic cells, chromatin is the material that makes up a chromosome and consists of DNA and protein. Histones are the major proteins in chromatin act as packaging elements for the DNA. 

It is essential for the cell to pack complete DNA into a chromosome and cell.

Nucleolus- The nucleolus is the distinct and largest structure present in the nucleus of eukaryotic cells.

It is one of the main components of the nucleus and also considered as the brain of the nucleus, that stores the cell's hereditary material or DNA, and it coordinates the cell's activities, such as intermediary metabolism, growth, protein synthesis, and the production of the ribosome in the cells.


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