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Over the next year, the forest experienced the fastest regrowth ever recorded anywhere.
Included in his work are portraits of the faces of these brave men and women who risk everything to defend public lands by helping protect the destruction and regrowth of these fragile ecosystems.
August pruning reduces the number of leaves available to transfer energy to be stored in the tree and, in turn, generally decreases shoot regrowth in the following spring.
The regrowth of Birmingham's Avondale neighborhood is one of the city's great successes.
The big difference is that Luck needed sutures and, thus, extended time for healing, while Newton’s recovery does not involve waiting for tissue regrowth.
Alitalo is experimenting with growth factors, compounds that can foster regrowth of the vessels in and around the brain.
However, research has shown that the brain is capable of regrowth and that an older brain can learn new things, especially with intellectual stimulation.
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