Necrobiosis

Definition of Necrobiosis

Nec`ro`bi`o´sis
n.1.(Biol. & Med.) The death of a part of an organism by molecular disintegration and without loss of continuity, as in the processes of degeneration and atrophy; a normal dying out of cells in a tissue, in contrast to necrosis.

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apoptosis, caspase-mediated cell death, cell death, death, physiology, programmed cell death
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