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When Jedi lose parts of their body, does their midi-chlorian count and strength in the Force diminish?

This question is based on Is the relation between midi-chlorian count and Force ability a correlation or a causation? If the latter, in which direction? However the accepted answer ends in a note:

..you could not tack on Force sensitivity to someone by artificially augmenting his midi-chlorian count, it imply there's is some kind of affinity between the host and the midi-chlorian.

Suggesting that somehow the 'inner being' was responsible for the count.

So in the final analysis, if a Jedi loses a limb, does the subsequent blood volume loss mean any difference in their ability to draw upon/exercise the force, or not?

marked as duplicate by phantom42, NikolaiDante, Micah, KutuluMike, user1027 Feb 3 '13 at 2:18

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  • phantom42 beat me to it. Probable duplicate. Good question, though. – Solemnity Feb 3 '13 at 2:05