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Does Aging Stop?

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Does Aging Stop? shatters the conventional beliefs on which aging research has been based for the last fifty years.
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<br>"As an attempt to justify the existence of plateaus as direct outcomes of natural selection, the book is as good as it gets. The authors do a thorough job of presenting their ideas, along with the models and data they believe back these ideas up." -- Thomas B. L. Kirkwood, Institute for Ageing & Health, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom<p><br>

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<br>Laurence Mueller is Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Irvine. His research interests are in life-history evolution, aging, and the population genetic aspects of forensic DNA typing. Dr. Mueller is the author of over 100 research papers in these fields as well as two books: Stability in Model Populations and Evolution and Ecology of the Organism. <br>Casandra Rauser is the Assistant Director of Research Development for the School of Biological Sciences at the University of California, Irvine. <br>Michael Rose is Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of California, Irvine. He is the author of Evolutionary Biology of Aging (OUP, 1991), and was awarded the Busse Research Prize by the World Congress of Gerontology in 1997.<br>


Preface Acknowledgments 1. Introduction: A Third Phase of Life 2. Discovery of Late Life 3. Late Life is Predicted by Hamiltonian Evolutionary Theory 4. Late-Life Mortality and Fecundity Plateaus Evolve 5. Genetics of Late Life involve Antagonistic Pleiotropy 6. Demography of Late Life with Lifelong Heterogeneity 7. Evolution of Lifelong Heterogeneity 8. Experimental Tests of Lifelong Heterogeneity 9. Death Spirals 10. Physiology of Late Life 11. Late Life in Human Populations 12. Aging Stops: Late Life, Evolutionary Biology, and Gerontology Appendix References Index