Matthew McGee

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A major goal of evolutionary biology is to identify the causes of diversification and to ascertain why some evolutionary lineages are especially diverse. Evolutionary biologists have long speculated that polyphenism--where a single genome produces alternative phenotypes in response to different environmental stimuli--facilitates speciation, especially when(More)
Older people are growing in prevalence and their nutrition-related concerns adversely impact upon health, function, and life quality. Changes in body composition and organ system function alter nutrient requirements. The purpose of this review is to examine changes in nutritional requirements with aging and to highlight practical approaches to nutritional(More)
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