For many sea creatures, regrowing body parts is a routine matter of survival. The ocean is full of predators to whom the jellyfish, for example, is the perfect hor d'oeuvre: a tasty, gelatinous morsel.
So when a jellyfish finds itself with a tangle of tentacles ripped off, or a bite-sized chunk of its jelly suddenly missing, the ability to heal quickly is critical. This trait is so marked, in fact, that scientists often look to hydras — a tiny jellyfish cousin — to better understand how cell regeneration works.
В любими на 0 потребителя · Гледания от други сайтове:
Графиката се генерира моля проверете след няколко секунди.