Define morphallaxis, Biology

a) Describe with the help of a suitable example for each of the following terms :

(i) morphallaxis

(ii) epimorphosis and

(iii) compensatory regeneration.

 

Posted Date: 6/12/2013 2:37:28 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Define morphallaxis, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Define morphallaxis, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Define morphallaxis Discussions

Write discussion on Define morphallaxis
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
PSYCHOSOCIAL THERAPY: Psychosocial therapy is one of  the important treatment modaIities used for the patients with mental disorders. It is given along with other therapies or

1. You are observing adsorption of a virus to the host cell, it uses long leg-like structures, what are they called?

What is the phenomenon of apical dominance in plants? How can it be artificially eliminated? Apical dominance is the phenomenon by which high (over the positive range limit) au

Q. What is tubular secretion? What are some examples of substances secreted through the renal tubules? Uric acid, Ammonia, potassium bicarbonate and hydrogen ions, bases and me

Why could a disease be more serious in a population with a low genetic diversity? A population with a low genetic diversity could be more expected to be wiped out by a disease

Q. Why can the amphibian circulation be classified as incomplete and double? The amphibian circulation is double because it is composed of pulmonary and systemic circulations r

Types of Radiography: Positron Emission Tomography  (PET) Uses high-energy physics and computer techniques to  study  lung function; useful for quantitative measurement

Q. Considerations for congestive cardiac failure? - Subjects with congestive cardiac failure often tolerate small frequent meals better than larger infrequent meals as these a

Define Food Intake and Energy Requirements for Humans? Many studies have shown that the subjects loose significant amounts of body mass; fat mass, as well as, fat free mass du

Provides one dimensional ("ice pick") view of the heart only provides information with respect to the distance of each object from the transducer and no information in the l