Gerhard Hirsch

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The theory is presented that the genetic potential for longevity of a given species in a protected environment is determined by the rate of predation in the wild and by the frequency of spontaneous mutations. A common genetically determined lifespan representative of rare, long-lived individuals in the wild results from the slight selective advantage(More)
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