Types of regeneration, Biology

TYPES OF REGENERATION -

Reparative

Restorative

1. It is limited to healing of wounds or replacement of cells

It can replace the lost part of body or produce a

complete organism from fragment

2. It involves minor cell proliferation & migration

It involves cell reproduction and differentiation

3. It occurs in all animals

Mainly in lower anim als

eg. Repair of a cut

1. Starfish

Replacement of skin cells , intestinal cells , blood cells

2. Wall lizard

 

3. Salamender

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