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DNA fragments formed during apoptosis are _homogenous/hetergenous_ in size.
homogenous, in karyorexis fragments are heterogenous
necrosis may be detected by ensyme levels in the blood - T/F
True
A clear round sharply demarcated vacuole in a cell is a clear sign of fatty change. T/F
True - Hydropic degeneration is more "fuzzy"
Liquefaction necrosis is often marked by invasion of what cell type?
neutrophils
Pyogenic bacterial infection in an Iguana is likely to cause what type of necrosis?
Caseous, heterophils produce less effective enzymes