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Which of the following describes the events of apoptosis?

a. The cell dies and the presence of its fragmented contents stimulates nearby cells to divide.
b. Its DNA and organelles are fragmented, the cell shrinks and forms blebs, and the cell self-digests
c. Its DNA and organelles becom fragmented, it dies, and it is phagocytized
d. the nucleus and organelles are lysed, then the cell enlarges and bursts
e. the cell dies, it is lysed, its organelles are phagocytized and its contents are recycled.

Answer:
b. its DNA and organelles are fragmented, the cell shrinks and forms blebs, and the cell self digests.

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