Post a New Question


posted by on .

How do cells recycle molecules after apoptosis? Which molecules do they recycle and why?

  • Science - ,

    Apoptosis is a programmed destruction of cells by their own hydrolytic enzymes; the process takes place in the lysosomes.

    Still looking for more information....

  • Science - ,

    Jin found this website that should help.

    (Broken Link Removed)

  • Science - ,

    The cells are programmed to die and then they send signals to their membranes, which inform macrophages to come dispose of them. The macrophages engulf the apoptotic cells, allowing for the recycling of certain molecules. All of the cell parts are recycled during apoptosis - all of the cellular molecules will be recycled after apoptosis.

Answer This Question

First Name:
School Subject:

Related Questions

More Related Questions

Post a New Question