Death, Biology

DEATH -

It is terminal end of the degeneration changes of old age.

Death occurs when vescular system & respiratory system stop working.

Failure of nervous system may affect vital centres.

Natural death may be put in 2 categories -

1. Weakening of tisseus and vital organs like heart, liver, lung, kidney.

2. Weakening of immunity system.

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