Chapter 1 Chairman's commencing comments (page 1): Charles H. Best
Chapter 2 The organic process within the Comparative examine of ageing (pages 2–19): A. Comfort
Chapter three The Comparative Biology of getting old: A Physiological technique (pages 20–88): Francois Bourliere
Chapter four The learn of the growing old of Cells (pages 39–50): J. F. Danielli
Chapter five Examples of Reactions to plain Stimuli at diverse a long time (pages 51–59): ok. J. Franklin
Chapter 6 stories on model as a style of Gerontological study (pages 60–72): F. Verzar
Chapter 7 equipment and barriers in reports of Human Organ procedure functionality (pages 73–91): Milton Landowne
Chapter eight Comparative Values of stories of the complete Organism and of entire Tissue; Clinicopathological exams of getting old (pages 92–103): R. E. Tunbridge
Chapter nine foodstuff, Liver sickness and a few features of getting old in Africans (pages 104–114): T. Gillman
Chapter 10 using Inbred lines of Animals in Experimental Gerontology (pages 115–130): O. Muhlbock
Chapter eleven dual facts at the Genetics of getting old (pages 131–148): Franz J. Kallmann
Chapter 12 Methodological difficulties within the research of adjustments in Human functionality with Age (pages 149–169): A. T. Welford
Chapter thirteen method of the learn of Intelligence and Emotion in growing old (pages 170–187): Irving Lorge
Chapter 13a common dialogue (pages 188–196):
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W. WOLSTENHOLME &CECILIA M. OCQNNOR COPYRIGHTO ClBA FOUNDATION THE COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY OF AGEING: A PHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACH FRAN~OIS BOURLI~RE Centre de G h t o l o g i e Claude Bernard, and Laboratoire de Physiologie, Facultd de Mddicine, P a n s PHYSIOLOGICAL changes occurring after maturity have been mainly studied in man and a few laboratory mammals, such as rats, mice and guinea pigs. The main results of these investigations have been reviewed elsewhere and another summary would seem to be superfluous.
And it might be interesting to see whether it is in fact true that the more inbred domestic goats decline a t a greater rate. Landmone: With regard to Prof. Gillman’s very interesting report on the parasitism of lizards, we see many old people with extensive atherosclerosis and other disorders who live with their infirmities and disease. Does this anaemia or this parasitic infestation account in the main for the mortality of these animals? These questions that seek beyond the first line of evidencesometimesyield most discouragingresults.
It is almost impossible to avoid doing this, particularly if you are breeding over a number of generations :you find that you are exerting various unrecognized forms of selection. This is true in the case of Drosophila, the fruit fly, which breeds rapidly. If you bring in the progeny of wild animals, you yourself will change as you learn better and better ways of keeping them, and they tend to change due to selection and to the influence of the various new factors to which they were not exposed in the wild.
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