Treatment of necrosis typically involves two distinct processes: Usually, the underlying cause of the necrosis must be treated before the dead tissue itself can be dealt with. Even after the initial cause of the necrosis has been halted, the necrotic tissue will remain in the body. The body's immune response to apoptosis, which involves the automatic breaking down and recycling of cellular material, is not triggered by necrotic cell death due to the apoptotic pathway being disabled. If calcium is deficient, pectin cannot be synthesized, and therefore the cell walls cannot be bonded and thus an impediment of the meristems.
This will lead to necrosis of stem and root tips and leaf edges. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Necrosis disambiguation. Not to be confused with Narcosis. Avascular necrosis Frostbite Gangrene Necrotizing fasciitis Osteonecrosis of the jaw Toxic epidermal necrolysis.
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