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Ambystoma mexicanum, or the Axolotl, possesses an intriguing ability to regenerate many structures, including but not limited to vertebral structures, organs, and even portions of their brains. Previous research has shown that Axolotl microbiota impacts the regeneration of tissue. Furthermore, an Axolotl’s diet affects its microbiota. My research looks to see if an Axolotl diet has any noticeable effects on tail regeneration.
Krause, Samuel, "The Effect of Dietary Nutrition on the Regeneration of Ambystoma mexicanum" (2023). Biology Honors Papers. 93.