Do unicellular organisms age?

Marek Tchorzewski TCHORZ at BIOTOP.UMCS.LUBLIN.PL
Tue May 30 03:47:52 EST 1995


Hi,

> Do unicellular organisms age?

Yes, they age.  Let's consider yeast, for instance Saccharomyces 
cerevisiae.
This unicellular organism can undergo about 24 budding and mother 
cell ending its live.

Mark Tchorzewski
Department of Molecular Biology
University of Maria Curie-Sklodowska, Poland




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