Nella is a character in Cell-fie. She lives inside a nucleus and enjoys studying genetic codes since her job is to make mRNA. In addition, she grows ribosome succulents made from the rRNA that her nucleolus couch has produced. The windows are nuclear pores that lead to the cytoplasm where she releases her ribosome succulents once they are fully grown. Ribosomes help her bring her creations to life by translating the mRNA that she has made into proteins.
Nella’s hair is also made of chromatin, consisting of tightly wound up DNA and positively charged histone proteins to hold it all together in an orderly fashion.