Give an example of the restoration of lost body parts in the animal world using the concept of “regeneration”. Explain how your example relates to the mitosis process discussed in the lesson.
Many species of the animal kingdom can regenerate: arthropods (for example, scorpions) can grow appendages. Some annelids can regenerate from just a few segments of their body. Echinoderms (starfish) can both independently amputate and regrow a limb. Amphibians (salamanders and newts) can regenerate a limb in as little as a month, and some reptiles can regenerate their tails.
Regeneration is carried out through the growth and division of somatic cells (mitosis)
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