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So Bodegas Torres is regrowing these ancestral vines to assuage the wine industry’s looming climate-change crisis.
The lasers penetrate into your skin and change the path of your newly regrowing-collagen, resurfacing and smoothing out any rigid scar bumps.
Usually a pharynx fragment regrows a head and tail.
For now, Dance St. Louis hopes to maintain the base of loyal St. Louisans who come each year to Spring to Dance while cultivating new audiences and working to regrow and diversify Dance St. Louis' programming in the future.
Find a spot in the sunny garden for Easter lilies; plants gradually decline and regrow in winter.
In 2002, Caruso worked with students from 37 Orange County schools to develop a program to regrow the kelp forest.
The study, published in Nature Neuroscience in August, builds on recent research where neuroscientists got RGC axons to regrow only slightly.
Also, a rhino horn can regrow—depending on how much is lost—while other animals' horns can’t.
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