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    Regeneration by Pat Barker

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    If we have to look at regeneration as healing and more specifically, the process of healing the mind, then it implies that the patient has a mentally unstable condition and has to be helped back to a normal stable mental condition. The definition of a normal stable mental condition in every human falls within the range of this person's ability to access situations rationally and objectively, parallel with a sense of responsibility and duty towards the fellow people, the law and the social standards

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    Bone Regeneration

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    vascularization to occur during bone regeneration. The hollow pores also allow for high density and mechanical structure, which allows for the shells to withstand high pressures associated with the bone environment. Their main objectives are to protect the organisms within them; therefore they should be mechanically strong enough to withstand environmental pressures. The Disadvantages of anthropods skeletons are that they are not lightweight despite the fact that they have porous interior structures

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    Regeneration is a process in which tissue molds itself into an exact replica of an injured or severed part. The process of regeneration depends on different factors such as the environment and the development of the organism in question (Br, 1955). Regeneration occurs in several steps and the organism must have the ability to perform each one for successful regeneration with minimal loss of necessary function. First, after a wound is made muscular contraction closes up the wound (Pellettieri et al

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    Pat Barker's Regeneration

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    Pat Barker's Regeneration In her novel Regeneration, Pat Barker uses character development to emphasize the various themes in the novel. Pat Barker includes Robert Graves, a well known poet and writer, as a secondary character in a fictional setting. We are first introduced to Robert Graves on page five, where he meets with a very good friend Siegfried Sassoon in the lounge of the Exchange Hotel. During their conversation, they express, through their actions and language, a deep love for one

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    Death and the Regeneration of Life Death and the Regeneration of Life written by Maurice Bloch and Jonathan Parry focuses on the significance of symbols of fertility and rebirth in funeral rituals. Their book includes many theories that anthropologist have studied with the idea of life and death. The idea of death and the regeneration of life changes with each culture and tradition. Everyone has his or her own opinion of how it shall work. With the help of many contributors to the book, one is able

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    Regeneration Process of Tissues

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    Regeneration Process of Tissues When an injury is sustained, the body sets into motion various processes, which are needed to repair the damaged tissue. A Physical Therapist or Athletic Trainer can aid the natural repair processes of tissue by using various therapeutic modalities within an appropriate time shortly after an injury. This paper will discuss the physiological effects of therapeutic modalities and their relation to the regeneration process of tissues. A. The injury process The

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    Journal of Herpetology Limb Regeneration in Salamanders By: Marcos Alberto Methods of Writing for Biology Dr. Welsh – May 2, 2014 Introduction: On account of their unique anatomy and physiology, ecology, and behavior, salamanders make for the most fit subjects for many scientific experiments and research studies. More specifically the axolotl Ambystoma mexicanun is one of the most commonly used model organisms in developmental and regenerative studies because it can regenerate a completely

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    Pat Barker's Regeneration Pat Barker's Regeneration focuses on the troubled soldiers' mental status during World War One. Barker introduces the feelings soldiers had about the war and military's involvement with the war effort. While Regeneration mainly looks at the male perspective, Barker includes a small but important female presence. While Second Lieutenant Billy Prior breaks away from Craiglockhart War Hospital for an evening, he finds women at a cafe in the Edinburgh district (Barker 86)

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    Pat Barker's Regeneration

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    turn of the 20th century, birth control was not easy to get or looked upon as socially acceptable. It was during the First World War that society began to see the emergence of contraception and its acceptance. Readers can also see its emergence in Regeneration on page 128, as Billy Prior propositions his new love interest by stating he "always paddles with me boots on," a reference to the fact that he, as an army man, always wears contraception when having intercourse. With this background, we can now

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    Planaria segments reached a full regeneration, 75% of the long anterior segments reached a full regeneration, 75% of the control posterior Planaria segments reached a full regeneration, 50% of the control anterior segments reached a full regeneration, 0% of the short posterior Planaria segments reached a full regeneration, and 0% of the short anterior segments reached a full regeneration. Furthermore, 25% of the long posterior Planaria segments reached a full regeneration, 0% of the long anterior Planaria

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