Challenges of Biological Aging
Springer Publishing Company, 16. 7. 1999 - Počet stran: 202
This volume provides the non-biologist an overview of what is known about the physiological bases of aging. The author examines the many basic theories and emerging hypotheses underlying the molecular, cellular, and systemic processes involved in senescence. He addresses the normal physiological changes that characterize the aging phenotype, and also considers the role of many age-associated diseases in growing older. Masoro synthesizes a much-needed "unified theory" of biological aging to which explains how and why the body grows into the condition we call "old." This text is intended for gerontology students in training, as well as for human physiologists interested in gerontology.
This book is intended for students training to become gerontologists as well as biologists not conversant in the aging field.
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