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Around 80% of the island’s agricultural crop was destroyed, including coffee and banana plantations that will take years to regrow.
Let’s be clear: Helping themselves means arresting the decline and regrowing student interest in their disciplines.
More distantly related worms called planaria can be cut into multiple pieces and see each piece regrow an entirely new body.
Many bananas are regrowing from the ground; keep moist and feed lightly monthly. 68.
Scientists are studying how the salamanders regrow legs and how humans might someday do the same.
The researchers also found that cockroaches have genes that allow them to regrow broken limbs—the same genes present in other insects, including the fruit fly.
Some human tissues, like the liver and muscles, retain the ability to regrow after damage.
Many reptiles can regrow tails, and some salamanders can replace entire limbs.
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