Apoptosis Multicellular organisms go through a process that is defined by PCD (programmed cell death) that is called apoptosis. Morphology (characteristic cellular changes) and death stem from biochemical events in the body. Some of these changes include DNA fragmentation, cell shrinkage, blebbing, condensation of the chromatin and nuclear fragmentations (Foghsgaard 2001). Unlike necrosis, which is a clear form of traumatic death of cells that have arisen from an acute form of injury to the cell, the process of apoptosis is beneficial to the life of an organism in general. Our fingers for example, differentiate into single digits because of this very process. Apoptotic bodies, a fragmentation of the cell are produced during the process and these bodies are engulfed by the phagocytes around the cellular environment therefore protecting the damage for spillage and damage.
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