Mechanism of regeneration, Biology

MECHANISM OF REGENERATION -

T.H. morgan recognised 2 primary mechanisms -

Morpholaxis

Epim orphosis

1. Production of entire animal from a small fragment

It is regeneration of body part by growth at the

injured surface

2. Regenerated animal is smaller than the normal one.

Regenerated  organ may be different from the

original one.

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