Evolution of Aging

Why do we age? This issue remains a major puzzle of science. Evolution is the process whereby genetic codes are adjusted, at first as the result of “transmission error.” Evolution is subsequently highly dependent on the details of the genetic communications and data storage scheme including the computerized benefits and confinements. In addition to clarifying why aging happens, the evolutionary hypothesis moreover gives knowledge into the mechanisms underlying the complex cellular and molecular changes that contribute to senescence, as well as an array of testable forecasts

Why do we age? This issue remains a major puzzle of science. Evolution is the process whereby genetic codes are adjusted, at first as the result of “transmission error.” Evolution is subsequently highly dependent on the details of the genetic communications and data storage scheme including the computerized benefits and confinements. In addition to clarifying why aging happens, the evolutionary hypothesis moreover gives knowledge into the mechanisms underlying the complex cellular and molecular changes that contribute to senescence, as well as an array of testable forecasts

  • Antagonistic pleiotropy
  • Classical aging theories
  • Disposable soma theory
  • Mutation accumulation
  • Phenoptosis
  • Programmed aging theories

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