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  1. #1 self-healing surfaces 
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    Dear all,

    I am posting to ask you a question:

    We all know form our direct experience that upon a scratch on our skin, our blood is well equipped to heal the skin surface. However, I do believe that this is not the only “self-healing" process taking place in nature, isn't it?

    My question is:

    Do you know other examples of self-healing surfaces?
    If yes, can you please give me a few more examples?

    Thanks!

    Fab


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    if you cut a plant , it heals itself,
    and if you take a cutting , asexual, a new can grow, form a cutting,

    star fish grow back their arms, if one gets cut.


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    Ì saw similar thread in the biology section.. go there to find your answers
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