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Synonyms for regenerate

Synonyms for regenerate

amplify (an electron current) by causing part of the power in the output circuit to act upon the input circuit

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bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one

replace (tissue or a body part) through the formation of new tissue

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be formed or shaped anew

form or produce anew

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undergo regeneration

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reformed spiritually or morally

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2000') six advanced breeding lines (V-03079' V-04188' Millat-2011' V-07076' Galaxy-2013' and G-98-4') and one exotic highly regenerable check Bobwhite' were
The foundation of PWA's technology offering is a regenerable absorption and adsorption media used for the management of oil and gas waste water streams.
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34) The court employed a rational basis standard to analyze the issue and noted that, although bone marrow is a regenerable tissue like blood, the statute cannot be construed to mean that compensation is prohibited only for organs that do not regenerate.
Development of sorbents of toxic metals and radionuclides based on inexpensive regenerable natural sorbents with high capacity, good mechanical properties and stability for waste water treatment, groundwater remediation, and construction of active geochemical barriers has a significant consequence in technology and environmental protection.
The regenerable parts of the body--hair, nails, skin, blood, for instance--do not fit into this prohibition once they do not result in a permanent reduction of physical integrity, nor does the use of earrings or body piercings in the skin or tongue (9).
In addition to being eco-friendly and efficient, the proposed adsorbent is regenerable and exhibits high selectivity with respect to uranyl.
Sequestration of carbon dioxide from combustion stream or flue gas, which contains about 15% carbon dioxide by volume, has in recent years centered around regenerable amine-based wet scrubbing systems.
A regenerable flow-through affinity sensor for label-free detection of proteins and DNA.
specific subject of commerce is replaceable, regenerable, or held in
An alternative source for regenerable organogenic callus induction in Jatropha curcas.
The company said that its CBRN system protects vehicle occupants from all known chemical warfare agents and has a regenerable pressure swing adsorption (PSA) unit at its heart that is immobilised to withstand the shocks and vibrations endured by military vehicles, increasing the system's life.
The desiccants are commonplace, regenerable, and already approved for food use.
As such, sdAb may allow biosensors to be regenerable and used over and over without loss of activity.