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--Mark Hill 14:36, 19 March 2009 (EST)Note the double-membrane is also called the "nuclear envelope"

   * Nuclear pores exist for the import and export of mRNA and proteins.

This second point is not clearly stated. It would have been better to state:

* Nuclear pores exist mainly for the import of proteins and export of mRNA.

Indicating that you understood the direction of shipment.

  • The nuclear membrane's structure is maintained by underlying lamins.

Correct, these lamins form the nuclear cytoskeleton.