The reproduction of a part which has been removed or destroyed; re-formation; -- a process especially characteristic of a many of the lower animals; as, the regeneration of lost feelers, limbs, and claws by spiders and crabs.
The reproduction or renewal of tissues, cells, etc., which have been used up and destroyed by the ordinary processes of life; as, the continual regeneration of the epithelial cells of the body, or the regeneration of the contractile substance of muscle.
Renewal of a forest by either natural or artificial means.
Eucalypt forest that has been logged and regenerated, generally since 1960, using deliberate site preparation and seeding techniques. The year of sowing is documented and the age of trees may be determined.
in brain or spinal cord injury, regeneration is the regrowth of nerve fiber tissue by way of some as yet unknown biologic process. In the peripheral system, nerves do regenerate after damage, and reform functional connections. Regeneration researchers are confident central nerves can be induced to grow, provided the proper environment is created. The challenge remains to restore functional connections to effectively restore function.
to bring new or more vigorous life to an area or institution; to regrow.
The process of replacing older trees removed by harvest or disaster with young trees.
Renewal of forest or tree crop by natural or artificial means. (Australia)
The recovery of vegetation after natural or human disturbances such as cutting or fire. Succession proceeds towards the climax state as far as site conditions will permit.
Forestry Operations & Water Quality] [ Terms Commonly used in Management Plans] The process of forest replacement through natural sprouting of seedlings. Regeneration cut [ Forest Stewardship] A cutting strategy in which old trees are removed while favorable environmental conditions are maintained for the establishment of a new stand of seedlings. Reproduction [ Terms Commonly used in Management Plans] [ Forest Stewardship] The generation of offspring by trees.
the natural renewal of a structure, as of a lost tissue or part.
Rebuilding of tissue as it was before injury and inflammation occurred.
The protection, enhancement, and restoration of ecological health, community well-being, and economic vitality.
The process of renewal, regrowth, or restoration of a body or a bodily part. This may refer to the new growth of tissue.
The growth of new tissues or organs to replace those injured or lost. In plant tissue culture, regeneration refers to the development of organs or plantlets from an explant.
A plant is said to regenerate itself when new seedlings will appear naturally and develop to maturity without any human intervention. This concept is used for cultivated plants, especially for introduced species, or when a plant is endangered because the environmental conditions (climate, browsing by animals for instance) have changed not allowing anymore the emergence of new plants. One example is Cupressus dupreziana growing in the Sahara Desert (Tassili) : there are only a few old trees left and the produced seeds will not find anymore a way to establish themselves under the desert environment.
The process of forest replacement through natural sprouting seedling. Reproduction Young trees which will grow to become the older trees of the future forest. Residual Stand Live trees left standing after the completion of harvesting. Rotation The time required to establish and grow trees to a certain product size. A pine rotation may be as short as 20 years for pulpwood to 60 years or more for sawtimber.
renewal or restoration Minnesota: Pioneer Agriculture
(biology) growth anew of lost tissue or destroyed parts or organs
the activity of spiritual or physical renewal
forming again (especially with improvements or removal of defects); renewing and reconstituting
a renewing or a new birth
renewal, regrowth, the replacement of destroyed tissue cells by cells that are identical or similar in structure and function
the process of making or starting anew.
A general term applying to any process or step that treats are used catalyst to restore fresh activity. In an FCC Unit, specifically refers to the step where coke is removed by burning in air.
The process of renewing old sites that have become disused or rundown and bringing them back into use.
Renewal of sites or habitats that have become unfit for human, animal, or plant habitation, bringing them back into productive use. The term most commonly refers to urban and industrial land.
Restoration of normal structure and function.
When a lost body part (appendage) grows back
To regrow a body part that has been lost; crabs can regenerate lost claws
The act of renewing tree cover by establishing young trees, naturally or artificially â€“ note regeneration usually maintains the same forest type and is done promptly after the previous stand or forest was removed.
the process by which the forest is replaced or renewed by artificial or natural means; also the young trees themselves
The renewal of vegetation by natural or artificial means. Regeneration of desired species is an integral part of a forest management plan.
The renewal of a stand of trees through either natural means (seeded on-site or adjacent stands or deposited by wind, birds, or animals) or artificial means (by planting seedlings or direct seeding).
the renewal of a tree crop through either natural means (seeded on-site from adjacent stands or deposited by wind, birds, or animals) or artificial means (by planting seedlings or direct seeding) (2)
A stand of newly established forest trees.
To return a column packing to its initial state after elution, mobile phase is passed through the column in a gradient or stepwise. The stationary phase is restored to its initial condition. Regeneration may also refer to removing impurities with a strong solvent.
tissue in this sense, is tissue that readily reproduces. In the new millenium we hear this term used in stem-cell research connected with fetus 'harvesting' of such for medical experimentation for the likes of spinal cord injury victims.
Rebuilding or renewal
The term given to regrowth of damaged tissues, such as the regrowth of damaged axons in the spinal cord.
gameplay] There are three different regens, one for mana, hitpoints, and stamina. Base is 100, which means you regen those stats at normal rate for your constitution, wisdom, intelligence, etc. When affected by the spell "soul poison", and your regen is less than 100, any attempts to heal via magical means (i.e. spell, potion, etc) will be less effective. Example: An hp_reg of 150 means that you recover hitpoints 50% faster than someone of your constitution would. Example: A person affected by "soul poison" has their mana regen drained down to 45. Casting "restore mana" on this person might normally restore 100 mana to them. In this case though, it would restore only 45. (ouch!)
Perpetuation of a species by natural or artificial means.
the replacement of one forest stand by another as a result of natural seeding, sprouting, planting, or other methods; also young trees which will develop into the future forest.
re, again + generate, to beget) The growth of new tissues or organs to replace those injured or lost. In tissue culture, regeneration is used to define the development of organs or plantlets from a tissue, callus culture or from a bud. See conversion; micropropagation; organogenesis.
generate again; bring into renewed existence
seedlings of commercial tree species
The process of refreshing or renewing the resin for the ion exchange in the water softener.
The regrowth of plants and trees in an area that has been logged or burned.
The regrowth of limbs or other parts of the body that have been lost or damaged during nymphal development.
A process of restoring the packing in the column to its initial state after a gradient elution. The mobile phase is passed through the column step-wise or in a gradient solvating the stationary phase to its original condition. In ion-exchange chromatography, regeneration involves replacing ions taken up in the exchange process with the original ions that occupied the exchange sites. Regeneration can also refer to bringing back any column to its original state by removing impurities with a strong solvent.
seedlings or saplings existing in a stand
The regrowth of a cell or nerve fiber.
The recovery of the natural integrity following disturbance or degradation. ( Natural Heritage Charter) Regrowth of new trees and understorey after an event which causes the loss or death of plants ( adapted: Macmillan Dictionary of the Australian Environment). Can occur naturally after a threatening process ceases eg. following fencing which reduced grazing.
The act of renewing tree cover by establishing young trees naturally(e.g., stump sprouts, root suckers, natural seeding) or artificially (e.g., tree planting, seeding).
The continuous renewal of a forest stand. Natural regeneration occurs gradually with seeds from adjacent stands or with seeds brought in by wind, birds, or animals. Artificial regeneration involves direct seeding or planting. Régénération
Renewal of a forest crop by natural or artificial means. Also the new crop so obtained. This crop includes all commercially acceptable trees. Jurisdictional definitions of acceptable species, size and age may vary.
the growth of seedlings that replaces a forest stand as the mature trees die or are harvested.
The regrowth of lost or destroyed vegetation and ecological communities.
repair, regrowth, or restoration of tissues; opposite of degeneration.
The economic, social and environmental renewal and improvement of rural and urban areas.
the regrowth of cells, tissues, organs or limbs.
the process by which a forest is reseeded and renewed. Advanced regeneration refers to regeneration that is established before the existing forest stand is removed.
In biology, regrowth of damaged or destroyed tissue or body part.
The young trees on an area representing early stages in the renewal of a forest stand
repair, regrowth or restoration of a part such as tissue.
regrowth of lost body cells, tissues, organs, and limbs.
A process in which the packing inside the column is restored to its beginning state following a gradient elution. It can also refer to the process of bringing back any column to its original state, usually following temporary damage to the bonded phase.
The renewal of a crop whether by natural or artificial means
Regeneration is a form of tissue repair; the restoration of lost or damaged tissues, organs or limbs. Aside from being used to generally describe any number of specific healing processes, regeneration also is a specific method of healing that is noted for its ability to regrow lost limbs, severed nerve connections, and other wounds. It can be seen in the organisms of planaria and starfish.