Developmental cell death: morphological diversity and multiple mechanisms

@article{Clarke1990DevelopmentalCD,
  title={Developmental cell death: morphological diversity and multiple mechanisms},
  author={Peter G. H. Clarke},
  journal={Anatomy and Embryology},
  year={1990},
  volume={181},
  pages={195-213}
}
Physiological cell death is a widespread phenomenon in the development of both vertebrates and invertebrates. This review concentrates on an aspect of developmental cell death that has tended to be neglected, the manner in which the cells are dismantled. It is emphasized that the dying cells may adopt one of at least three different morphological types: “apoptotic”, “autophagic”, and “non-lysosomal vesiculate”. These probably reflect a corresponding multiplicity of intracellular events. In… CONTINUE READING
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