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medical illustration of The cross section through the lung shows alveoli (red) bronchius with ciliated epithelial cells (yellow) and a blood vessel (dark red)
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 150x
Next medical illustration of Programmed cell death
Apoptosis is the process of programmed cell death. In this process the cell shrinks and disintegrates into many single vesicles, which can be taken up by macrophages (white blood cells). Permanently, Apoptosis takes place in the body, because most cells only have a restricted life span.
Scanning Electron Microscope, magnification 7000:1

Apoptosis

The cross section through the lung shows alveoli (red) bronchius with ciliated epithelial cells (yellow) and a blood vessel (dark red) Scanning electron microscope, magnification 150x

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