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Volume 8, Pages 182-193
http://dx.doi.org/10.1100/tsw.2008.36
Review Article

Empirical Evidence for Various Evolutionary Hypotheses on Species Demonstrating Increasing Mortality with Increasing Chronological Age in the Wild

Independent Researcher, via Cavour 13, Caivano 80023, Naples, Italy

Received 20 August 2007; Revised 11 January 2008; Accepted 21 January 2008

Academic Editor: Alexander Buerkle

Copyright © 2008 Giacinto Libertini.

Citations to this Article [13 citations]

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