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Asynchrony of actuarial and reproductive senescence: a lesson from an indeterminate grower

Abstract : Aging evolutionary theories predict that patterns of actuarial and reproductive senescence should be aligned, with a common onset of senescence set at the age of first reproduction. However, a few empirical studies reported asynchrony between actuarial and reproductive senescence. This asynchrony is expected to be particularly pronounced in organisms with indeterminate growth. Yet, this process is still poorly documented due to the lack of long-term demographic data on knownaged individuals. We investigated the asynchrony of actuarial and reproductive senescence in the
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Hugo Cayuela, Jean-François Lemaître, Lorenzo Rugiero, Massimo Capula, Luca Luiselli. Asynchrony of actuarial and reproductive senescence: a lesson from an indeterminate grower. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Linnean Society of London, 2020, 131 (3), pp.667-672. ⟨10.1093/biolinnean/blaa127⟩. ⟨hal-03060309⟩

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