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cell death that is genetically programmed is known as...?

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I am in an A&P class and this question came from the book in the self-quiz section...
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Well theirs 3 was cells can die
Apoptosis
Autophagy
Necrosis
Apoptosis is where the cell is programmed to kill itself when its no longer needed
Autophagy is where cells recycle unnecessary components for raw materials to make new parts
Necrosis is where the cell is unintentionally killed
So the answer is apoptosis
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