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

RAS ID

27047

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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