Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Genetic Theories Of Aging

Several intracellular, systemic models of aging in which the major premise of each is that any one of several gene-based processes become less efficient over the life of an organism.

See the altered proteins theory of aging, the DNA damage and repair theory of aging, and the error catastrophe theory of aging, for example.

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