regulation defined in 1951 yearregulation - regulation;
regulation - Normal development of an animal embryo, or part of an embryo, occurring although its structure has been disturbed in some way, as by removing some of it, or adding to it, or rearranging it. E.g. half a sea-urchin embryo, at a sufficiently early stage, will develop into a normally proportioned though small larva. Regulation is a widespread feature of the early stages of animal development. In some species powers of regulation practically disappear at the time of fertilization (mosaic eggs) while in others the fertilized egg, and later stages, easily regulate (regulation eggs).
near regulation in Knolik
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