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Athghiniúint (bitheolaíocht)

Ón Vicipéid, an chiclipéid shaor.
Athghiníonn Pycnopodia helianthoides (lus na gréine) a ghéaga.
Lygodactylus luteopicturatus (abhac gheiceo ceannbhuí)

Is éard atá i gceist le hathghiniúint sa bhitheolaíocht ná an próiseas athnuachana, athchóirithe agus fáis fíocháin a dhéanann géanóim, cealla, orgánaigh, agus teacht aniar éiceolaíoch le luaineachtaí nó imeachtaí nádúrthaúrtha nó teagmhais a chruthaíonn suaitheadh nó damáiste. [1] Tá gach speiceas in ann athghiniúint, ó bhaictéir go daoine. [2] [3] Is féidir le hathghiniúint a bheith iomlán [4] i gcás ina bhfuil an fíochán nua mar an gcéanna leis an bhfíochán caillte, [4] nó neamhiomlán [5] ina dhiaidh sin éiríonn an fíochán neacróiseach fiobróiseach . [5]

Tagairtí[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

  1. "Role of pericytes in skeletal muscle regeneration and fat accumulation" (August 2013). Stem Cells and Development 22 (16): 2298–314. doi:10.1089/scd.2012.0647. PMID 23517218. 
  2. "Principles of Regenerative Biology" (2007). Elsevier Inc.. ISBN 978-0-12-369439-3. 
  3. "Parameters governing bacterial regeneration and genetic recombination after fusion of Bacillus subtilis protoplasts" (March 1979). Journal of Bacteriology 137 (3): 1346–53. doi:10.1128/JB.137.3.1346-1353.1979. PMID 108246. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 Min (2006). “Graphic general pathology: 2.2 complete regeneration”. Pathology. pathol.med.stu.edu.cn. Cartlannaíodh an bunleathanach ar 2012-12-07. Dáta rochtana: 2012-12-07. “(1) Complete regeneration: The new tissue is the same as the tissue that was lost. After the repair process has been completed, the structure and function of the injured tissue are completely normal”
  5. 5.0 5.1 Min (2006). “Graphic general pathology: 2.3 Incomplete regeneration”. Pathology. pathol.med.stu.edu.cn. Cartlannaíodh an bunleathanach ar 2013-11-10. Dáta rochtana: 2012-12-07. “The new tissue is not the same as the tissue that was lost. After the repair process has been completed, there is a loss in the structure or function of the injured tissue. In this type of repair, it is common that granulation tissue (stromal connective tissue) proliferates to fill the defect created by the necrotic cells. The necrotic cells are then replaced by scar tissue.”