Must an AGING PROCESS be universal? was Defining...

John de Rivaz John at longevb.demon.co.uk
Mon Apr 3 01:43:59 EST 1995


In article: <3lgf2r$dui at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>  <W.G.VAN.DOORN at ATO.AGRO.NL> 
writes:
> There are plants (ferns and trees) that live for thousands of years. In
> such plants, however, each dividing cell has a life which is probably 
                                                               ^^^^^^^^
> much shorter, similar to the situation in the bacterial colony.
> 

Has anyone any hard facts on this? It looks as though this is an important 
point.

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