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Evolutionary Biodemography and the Age-Specific Mortality of Hydra

Ralf Schaible, James W. Vaupel, Meir Sussman, Venelina Sugareva, Maciej Danko, Alexander Scheuerlein; in Collaboration with Daniel Martínez (Pomona College, Claremont, USA)

Hydra presents an interesting deviation from typical life histories: It has an extensive capacity to regenerate and self-renew, and seems to defy the aging process.Detailed description

Research keywords: Ageing, Mortality and Longevity; Biodemography

Publications

Dańko, M. J.; Kozłowski, J.; Schaible, R.:
Journal of Theoretical Biology 382, 137-149 (2015).
Schaible, R.; Scheuerlein. A.; Dańko, M. J.; Gampe, J.; Martinez, D. E.; Vaupel, J. W.:
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112:51, 15701-15706 (2015).
Jones, O. R.; Scheuerlein. A.; Salguero-Gomez, R.; Camarda, C. G.; Schaible, R.; Casper, B. B.; Dahlgren, J. P.; Ehrlén, J.; Garcia, M. B.; Menges, E. S.; Quintana-Ascencio, P. F.; Caswell, H.; Baudisch, A.; Vaupel, J. W.:
Nature 505:7482, 169-173 (2014).
Schaible, R.; Ringelhan, F.; Kramer, B. H.; Miethe, T.:
Experimental Gerontology 46:10, 794-802 (2011).

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