Which tissue have little to no functional regeneration capacity?
That tissue is called as nervous tissue. It has little to no functional regeneration capacity.
Which type of tissue repair will return the most functional tissue after healing fibrosis or regeneration?
Regeneration will return the most functional tissue after healing. Fibrosis creates scar tissue, which typically does not have the same level of function as the original tissue.
cardiac muscle and nervous tissue in the brain and spinal cord
Which type of tissue repair will return to the most functional tissue after healing- fibrosis or regeneration?
Fibrosis is the process of producing scar tissue which is totally non-functional. To regenerate means to make anew and will lead to new function tissue after healing
Both the cardiac muscle and nervous tissue in the brain and spinal cord have no functional regenerative capacity.
Lucy A. Bosworth has written: 'Electrospinning for tissue regeneration' -- subject(s): Electrospinning, Tissue engineering, Guided Tissue Regeneration, Tissue Engineering, Methods
Not in any really important amount. There is some evidence that a fingertip might regrow, but that's about it. And while functional, they still do consist of scar tissue and not a complete regeneration.
Inflammation produces swelling, pain, redness, warmth which can occur in any part of the body. It is the result of bacteria within the tissue. Regeneration is repair after stabilizing the damaged and inflamed tissue.
The liver is the only internal human organ capable of natural regeneration of lost tissue; as little as 25% of a liver can regenerate into a whole liver.
Regeneration can either be complete where the new tissue is the same as the lost tissue, or incomplete where after the necrotic tissue comes fibrosis.At its most elementary level, regeneration is mediated by the molecular processes of gene regulation.
regeneration and fibrosis
This is false a tissue is not a group of dissimilar cells that are organized into a functional unit. An organized group of plant cells, working together as a functional unit is a tissue.
The part of the peripheral nerve tissue that helps promote regeneration of neurons is the neurolemma. It refers to the thin sheath around a neural axon.
Polarity, Cellularity, Supported by Connective tissue, Avascularity and Regeneration
Tissue repair refers to the regeneration of damaged tissue using cells of the same type. It could either be a physical or mechanical restoration of the injured tissue.
The functional unit of nervous tissue is known as the neuron. This is made up of the cell body, axon and dendrite.
Quite the opposite. Tissue is a group of SIMILAR cells organized into a functional unit.
A functional property of nervous tissue called irritability is the ability to respond to a stimulus and convert it into a nerve impulse.
How do you Compare bone to cartilage tissue relative to its resilience speed of regeneration and access to nutrients?
Bone has more resilience, cartilage has faster regeneration, and cartilage is avascular.
It is the tissue which surrounds and supports the actually functional lung tissue
The training effect is the body's adaptation to the learned and expected stress imposed by physical activity?
False Is and increase in functional capacity of muscles and other bodily tissue as a result of increased stress(overload)placed upon them
Tissue regeneration is when an organism regenerates a lost or damamged part; the part regrows so that the oiginal function is restored.
polarity, cellularity,basement membrane, acascularity, regeneration
tissue, regeneration,asexual reproduction
inflammation, organization, and regeneration
Thomas G. Wilson has written: 'Periodontal regeneration enhanced' -- subject(s): Dental enamel, Periodontium, Methods, Periodontal Diseases, Regeneration, Therapy, Guided Tissue Regeneration, Therapeutic use, Physiology, Dental Enamel Proteins
Lloyd S. Hoffman has written: 'Guided tissue regeneration'
A cell is the basic and functional unit of life while a tissue is a group of cells
Meristematic tissues have the capacity to divide while permanent tissue lost the capacity of division. Meristematic tissue have thin cellulose walls while permanent tissue has a thick cellulose wall.
Nanotechnology, tissue regeneration and stem cell technology.
Tissue healing by fibrosis can be better as the scar tissue builds quickly and bigger, re generation will only grow to what condition the muscle is left in, ie if it is cut, tissue will grow both sides, but scar tissue or fibrosis will bridge. Tissue will grow onto the scar tissue and even replace it.
No...Tissue is a group of cells having similar cells with similar functions....
Polarity, Cellularity and specialized contacts, supported by basement membrane, Avascularity, Regeneration
ex plant are nothing but the part of plant that can be used for plant tissue culture processes like for the regeneration of hybrid plants and so on .
Simple cubodial epithelium
What is the process when damage is not too severe the surface epithelium migrates beneath the dry scab and across the surface of the granulation tissue?
No. A gene is a section of DNA that codes for a functional product (i.e. a protein). A tissue is a group of similar cells performing the same task.
Red blood cells are the only functional cell with no nucleus
A compensatory hypertrophy is a increase of size of a organ or tissue, which is made so it can do additional work or perform the work of the destroyed tissue or an organ. This is similar to the regeneration of body parts. For example, if the tail of a lizard breaks apart from its body a new one will take its place and this is called regeneration. In both the process of compensatory hypertrophy and… Read More
What is the process called when damage is not too severe the surface epithelium migrates beneath the dry scab and across the surface of the granulation tissue?
The functional unit of the nervous system is a cell called the neuron.
A thing or event that evokes a specific functional reaction in an organ or tissue.
Skin injuries typically heal using regeneration in which the dead or damaged cells are replaced by identical cells, while more severe injuries may heal using fibrosis. Fibrosis will not restore the function of the lost cells, however, the scar tissue is capable of holding the organ together. Therefore, regeneration is more desirable.
Because they are not produced by actual regeneration of human or animal tissue, but by manufacture using substitute materials.
Regular health massage therapy stimulates the skin and muscles. It increases blood flow throughout the body and helps promote tissue regeneration which in turn reduces scar tissue and stretch marks. In addition, it exfoliates dead skin cells and tones the skin, which encourages cell regeneration and assists in excreting waste products. The result is healthier, radiant and better-looking skin.