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epimorphosis

 [ep″ĭ-mor-fo´sis]
the regeneration of a piece of an organism by proliferation at the cut surface. adj., adj epimor´phic.

ep·i·mor·pho·sis

(ep'i-mōr-fō'sis),
Regeneration of a part of an organism by growth at the cut surface.
[epi- + G. morphē, shape]

epimorphosis

/epi·mor·pho·sis/ (ep″ĭ-mor-fo´sis) the regeneration of a part of an organism by proliferation at the cut surface.epimor´phic

ep·i·mor·pho·sis

(ep'i-mōr-fō'sis)
Regeneration of a part of an organism by growth at the cut surface.
[epi- + G. morphē, shape]

epimorphosis

the regeneration of a piece of an organism by proliferation at the cut surface.
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P], t) is jointly strongly epimorphic, thus jointly epimorphic (Remark 3.
where f and f' are split epimorphic trivial extensions.
Since the class S we are considering is the class of split epimorphic trivial extensions, then the S-special regular epimorphisms are precisely the normal extensions with respect to the Galois structure [GAMMA] (Definition 2.
4, it is an l-reflexive graph since d is a split epimorphic trivial extension.
So, Mon is an S-protomodular category with respect to the class S of special homogeneous split epimorphisms, which are precisely the split epimorphic trivial extensions of the Galois structure we are considering.
Once again, the split epimorphic trivial extensions are precisely the special homogeneous split epimorphisms, while the normal (= central) extensions are the special homogeneous surjections; the proofs easily follow from those of Proposition 5.
Next, we shall prove that C is an S-protomodular category, where S is the class of split epimorphic trivial extensions.
B]> are jointly epimorphic, C being a unital category.
Let (f, s) be a split epimorphic trivial extension.
Thanks to this characterisation, we have that C is S-protomodular with respect to the class of split epimorphic trivial extensions.