|1||Aging, Senescence, and Lifespan,||3|
|2||The Nature of Cellular Senescence and Death,||21|
|3||The Evolution of Senescence and Death,||41|
|4||Of Embryos and Worms and Very Old Men: The Developmental Genetics of Senescence and Lifespan,||59|
|5||Human Genetic Diseases That Mimic the Aging Process,||73|
|6||Cycling to Senescence,||95|
|7||Replicative Immortality: Cancer and Aging,||115|
|8||Caloric Restriction and Maximum Lifespan,||131|
|9||With Every Breath We Take: Oxidative Stress and Cellular Senescence,||149|
|10||The Aging Brain,||169|
|11||A Conditional Benefit,||189|
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Publication information: Book title: A Means to an End: The Biological Basis of Aging and Death. Contributors: William R. Clark - Author. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2002. Page number: Not available.
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