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The mitotoc activity and renewal of the lung.

McGill University
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  • Anatomy.


Growth is the process by which an organism or part of it increases in size. Growth requires an increase in the amount of cell material as well as of intercellular substances, fibres, secretory material, etc. The cells are the significant element, since they produce the intercellular material. And, therefore, growth must involve either an increase in the number or in the size of cells. [...]

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