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Which aspect of apoptosis plays a positive role in developing and maintaining...

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Old 11-30-2012, 11:16 PM
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Default Which aspect of apoptosis plays a positive role in developing and maintaining...



...the healthy cells of an organism? I'm confused, I want to chose D but I'm not sure if thats correct.

A.Apoptotic cell bodies can turn into new cells.
B.Other cells can reuse apoptotic cell components.
C.Chemical signals from apoptosis also trigger new cell growth.
D.Proteins used to carry out apoptosis can divide functional cells.

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