General Biology of Vitauct and Aging
Gertsen, a nineteenth century Russian writer, wrote that scientists had come so close to the “shrine of nature” that they sometimes saw only what was before their very eyes. He regarded this as one of the reasons why natural phenomena were interpreted in a one-sided, individual and occasionally erroneous way. The danger of doing this is especially great in gerontology today, because much factual material on the biology of aging has been collected during only the last few decades.
KeywordsLife Span General Biology Maximal Life Span Genetic Apparatus Adaptive Shift
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