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The nematode Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) is an excellent model to study reproductive aging because of its short life span, its cessation of reproduction in mid-adulthood, and the strong conservation of pathways that regulate longevity. During its lifetime, a wild-type C. elegans hermaphrodite usually lays about 200-300 self-fertilized hatchable(More)
With the continuous development of multimedia technology, images in the real word and the Internet become more widespread, which brings unprecedented convenience to people's communication. However, the behavior of image tampering will brings disastrous consequences. Images could be forged using different techniques, and the most common forgery is copy-move(More)
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