Chapter 1 Chairman's beginning feedback (page 1): Charles H. Best
Chapter 2 The organic technique within the Comparative research of getting older (pages 2–19): A. Comfort
Chapter three The Comparative Biology of growing older: A Physiological process (pages 20–88): Francois Bourliere
Chapter four The research of the growing old of Cells (pages 39–50): J. F. Danielli
Chapter five Examples of Reactions to plain Stimuli at assorted a long time (pages 51–59): okay. J. Franklin
Chapter 6 reviews on version as a mode of Gerontological study (pages 60–72): F. Verzar
Chapter 7 tools and boundaries in reviews of Human Organ process functionality (pages 73–91): Milton Landowne
Chapter eight Comparative Values of reports of the full Organism and of entire Tissue; Clinicopathological checks of getting old (pages 92–103): R. E. Tunbridge
Chapter nine foodstuff, Liver illness and a few facets of getting old in Africans (pages 104–114): T. Gillman
Chapter 10 using Inbred lines of Animals in Experimental Gerontology (pages 115–130): O. Muhlbock
Chapter eleven dual facts at the Genetics of growing old (pages 131–148): Franz J. Kallmann
Chapter 12 Methodological difficulties within the examine of alterations in Human functionality with Age (pages 149–169): A. T. Welford
Chapter thirteen technique of the research of Intelligence and Emotion in getting older (pages 170–187): Irving Lorge
Chapter 13a common dialogue (pages 188–196):
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Similarobservations were also made in certain snakes, again caught in the wild. All these AQEINGI-111-2 34 DISCUSSION animals were caught by this young man, Dr. U. de V. Pienaar, and then brought to the laboratory for study. A reptilarium was started in Johannesburg, and a number of lizards have now been studied for several years. This high incidence of parasitic infection in these animals was regularly associated with very profound anaemias which apparently contributed to their deaths. Frequently, too, Dr.
W e . " I t. 8 . I indication of reproductive failure with increasing age, but accurate figures are unfortunately lacking. However, the difference in the pattern of reproductive senescence between warm-blooded and cold-blooded vertebrates remains obvious PHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACH IN STUDYOF AGEING 23 and it is quite probable that similar differences exist in the rate of ageing of most organs and functions. What is already known of the disparities in growth pattern and in comparative incidence of certain degenerative diseases in both groups supports that idea.
The experiments I described to you were made to define the field where such operations were possible. Olbrich: Does the fluid content diminish in these ageing cells of yours? Danielli: No, there is no characteristic change in that, as far as our measurements have gone, but we have not made accurate assessments of dry weights of single cells. Best: I don’t quite follow that one-half of a dividing cell is old and one-half new. DanieUi: Of the macromolecules which are present in the cell just before it divides, a t least half (since it is doubled in dry weight) will be new macromolecules.