anagenesis

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an·a·gen·e·sis

(an'ă-jen'ĕ-sis),
1. Repair of tissue.
2. Regeneration of lost parts.
[G. ana, up, + genesis, production]

anagenesis

(ăn′ə-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs)
n.
An evolutionary process that involves change from an ancestor species to a descendant species without the branching or splitting off of new taxa.

anagenesis

An obsolete term for the regeneration or repair of tissues.

anagenesis

progressive EVOLUTION.
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The Central Business District and Down Town Area would be the focal point of the entire scheme, following the gradual evolution of the entire City.
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Millions of years of gradual evolution has not prepared us to deal with the rapid pace of change the last century has witnessed.
Even the staunchest admirers of the single currency project have known that the question must one day be answered - and if the longer-term result of Greece's current predicament is the gradual evolution of a credible system of eurozone fiscal checks and balances, the ultimate credibility of the project may be strengthened.
It is gradual evolution based on descent from a common ancestor by natural selection and unlimited variation.
There was gradual evolution and change in Israel as the people became increasingly devoted to Yahweh alone.
it belongs to an intermediate group, and shares the characteristics of gradual evolution.
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