Theories of ageing, Biology

THEORIES OF AGEING -

1.       Compromise theory.

2.        Wear & tear theory.

3.       Somatic mutation theory.

4.       Immunity theory - Thymus becomes less active

5.       If matabolic rate is high, die sooner.

Gerentology deals with age of animal.

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