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Cell regeneration is the science in which the procedure of reestablishment, reclamation and development that makes genomes, cells, living beings and biological systems. Cell regeneration is a characteristic changes or occasions that cause aggravation or harm. Some parts of our bodies can repair themselves quite well after injury, but others don’t repair at all. We certainly can’t regrow a whole leg or arm, but some animals can regrow their body parts. Regeneration occurs in both human and animals. In Humans regrowth of a damaged organ part from the remaining tissue is known as regeneration. Humans are able to regenerate some organs, for example the liver. If a part of organ is lost by disease or injury, the organ grows back to its original size. Biggest example of regeneration in humans is our skin as it is constantly being renewed and repaired. Regeneration also occurs in animals. There are few animals that can regenerate their body parts. For example, flatworm or planarian can regenerate both the head from a tail piece, and the tail from a head piece.
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