Regenerate


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regenerate

[rē′jen·ə‚rāt]
(chemical engineering)
To clean of impurities and make reusable as in regeneration of a catalytic cracking catalyst by burning off carbon residue, regeneration of clay adsorbent by washing free of adherents, or regeneration of a filtration system by cleaning off the filter media.
(electronics)
To restore pulses to their original shape.
To restore stored information to its original form in a storage tube in order to counteract fading and disturbances.

Regenerate

To form, construct, or create anew.
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When those adult stem cells were transplanted into other mice, they were able to regenerate all the different cell types in the nasal tissue, also called the olfactory epithelium.
When the council announce a new pounds 30m scheme to regenerate Redcar seafront and the paper backs it to the hilt, BUT fails to ask about the phantom pounds 88m Coatham scheme promised for seven years, then we surely have the answer.
Hemlocks can regenerate under a very dense forest canopy and can survive in the understory for decades waiting for a space to naturally open in the canopy by a fallen of dead tree.
Officials don't have to worry about replanting the vegetation lost to the flames - plants that have survived centuries in an area where wildfires are common regenerate on their own.
St Modwen Properties will oversee Project Jennifer, a pounds 50m scheme to regenerate the Great Homer Street area of Everton.
Dove has a new night-time range of bathing products designed to help your skin heal and regenerate while you sleep.
Plants have an essential ability to regenerate the whole plant body from a piece of tissue.
AUSTRALIAN forest authorities admitted yesterday they had killed a eucalyptus said to be the nation's largest tree in a burning operation to regenerate woodland.
Though it can heal wounds instantly and prolong life indefinitely, the life it gives to its votaries is not regenerate eternity, but protracted sequential existence.
Failing to educate new Christians neutralizes a regenerate church membership.
The research reveals that zebrafish, often kept as pets, have an amazing capability to regenerate their heart after injury.
Whitebark pines take a long time to regenerate naturally, and years of well-intentioned fire suppression have hindered the process.