Title

Does the degree of endocrine dyscrasia post-reproduction dictate post-reproductive lifespan? Lessons from semelparous and iteroparous species

Document Type

Journal Article

Publisher

SpringerLink

Place of Publication

United States

School

School of Medical and Health Sciences

Comments

Originally published as: Atwood, C. S., Hayashi, K., Meethal, S. V., Gonzales, T., & Bowen, R. L. (2017). Does the degree of endocrine dyscrasia post-reproduction dictate post-reproductive lifespan? Lessons from semelparous and iteroparous species. GeroScience, 39(1), 103-116. Available here.

Abstract

Post-reproductive lifespan varies greatly among species; human post-reproductive lifespan comprises ~30–50% of their total longevity, while semelparous salmon and dasyurid marsupials post-reproductive lifespan comprises

DOI

10.1007/s11357-016-9955-5

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