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granulation

granulation (gran-yoo-lay-shŏn) n. the formation of a multicellular mass of tissue (g. tissue) in response to an injury: this is an essential part of the healing process. The tissue contains many new blood vessels and many fibroblasts.

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granulation

granulation The comminution, during deformation, of crystals into smaller grains of equal size which are then able to rotate in relation to one another. The process is a common feature of plastic deformation in granitoids.

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