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Yeast cells produce by budding and each bud leaves a "scar" on the original cell.
Wound healing is a biological process that begins with trauma and ends with scar formation. There are two types of tissue injury: full and partial thickness.
When a tissue or organ is damaged, the body's natural healing process is triggered. Depending on the severity of the damage, the tissue or organ may undergo inflammation, cell regeneration, or scar formation in order to repair itself. If a cell within an organ system is damaged or diseased, it can disrupt the normal functioning of that system, potentially leading to various health issues or diseases associated with that particular organ system.
it is replaced by scar tissue because the cells all die off eventually.
1. What is the general shape of the leaf scar?
potential complications after healing by scar formation include all the following except...A. lack of sensory function in the areaB.contractures and adhesionsC.INCREASED HAIR GROWTHD.keloid formation
A cicatrix is a scar left by the formation of new connective tissue over a healing sore or wound.
sometimes it will scar and sometimes i wont. after you take it out it will have a little scar for awhile but most of the time it will go away but sometime it does not. but if it does scar it will be small =)
Post surgical scar tissue in general is called adhesions. This is the scar formation below the surface of the skin. As with elbow surgery or carpal tunnel surgery the tissue heals back in kind of a spider web formation. Sometimes this formation attaches to surrounding structures like nerves, which can cause problems and symptoms down the road.
Crater-like ring of chitinousscar tissue located on the surface of the mother cell. It is formed after the newly emerged daughter cell separates thereby marking the site of cytokinesis and septation. The number of bud scars that accumulate on the surface of a cell is a useful determinant of replicative age. §Budding is followed by formation of bud scar, which almost never occurs at the same location §The latter is indicative for the number of cell divisions and often used as an estimate of the mother cell age.
Excessive formation of scar tissue.
formation of scar tissue