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Definition of Regeneratively

Regeneratively
Regeneratively Re*gen"er*a*tive*ly, adv. So as to regenerate.

Meaning of Regeneratively from wikipedia

- Regenerator may refer to: Regenerative heat exchanger, a type of heat exchanger Regenerator (band), an independent record label set up in 2001 Regenerator...
- Regeneration may refer to: Regeneration (biology), the ability to recreate lost or damaged tissues, organs and limbs Regeneration in humans, the ability...
- In biology, regeneration is the process of renewal, restoration, and tissue growth that makes genomes, cells, organisms, and ecosystems resilient to natural...
- Regenerative braking is an energy recovery mechanism that slows down a moving vehicle or object by converting its kinetic energy into a form that can be...
- concept of regenerative cooling was also mentioned in 1903 in an article by Konstantin Tsiolkovsky. Robert Goddard built the first regeneratively cooled engine...
- is the only visceral organ that possesses the capacity to regenerate. The liver can regenerate after either surgical removal or after chemical injury. It...
- A regenerative circuit is an amplifier circuit that employs positive feedback (also known as regeneration or reaction). Some of the output of the amplifying...
- Regenerative agriculture is a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems. It focuses on topsoil regeneration, increasing biodiversity...
- 1080/09613218.2012.621341. Mang, Pamela; Benne, Beatrice (2015). "Working regeneratively across scales - insights from nature applied to the built environment"...
- The Regeneration Trilogy is a series of three novels by Pat Barker on the subject of the First World War. In 2012, The Observer named it as one of "The...
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