regrowth


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regrowth

(riːˈɡrəʊθ)
n
1. the growing back of hair, plants, etc
2. the resurgence of an industry, economy, etc
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However, old regrowth forests are typically >100 years old and have regrown to maturity after the original habitat was lost due to early agricultural development or settlement (Medley and Krisko 2007).
The chemical action of stabilized stannous fluoride in Crest Pro-Health Toothpaste inhibits the metabolic activity of destructive bacteria while cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) in Crest Pro-Health Rinse inhibits the regrowth of plaque biofilm, Proctor and Gamble reports.
4 million hectares each year--predominately 1939 fires regrowth, or salvage logging.
High intake of flavonols as part of a dietary intervention inhibited the regrowth of colorectal cancer polyps, according to a recent study.
Their goal was to reduce the numbers and inhibit regrowth of L.
The exposed stumps are painted with herbicide to inhibit regrowth.
In the brush-covered area, the regrowth process has also started, but hasn't been completed yet.
ryegrass) apices that were cold acclimated (CA) for 4 wk produced 60 to 100% regrowth following cryopreservation by slow freezing or ED techniques.
Widespread acceptance of intracapsular tonsillectomy has been delayed by historical cautions against partial tonsillectomy in children with recurrent sore throat, the potential risk of subsequent peritonsillar abscess when the peritonsillar space is preserved, and possible regrowth of tonsillar remnants.
In the HOT technology, layer transfer process, block-level trench etch, and epitaxial regrowth were performed before conventional CMOS device process.
After a study of rats in which all those treated with anthralin had noticeable hair regrowth, Dr.