Life Span Variation of the Freshwater Pearl Shell: A Model Species for Testing Longevity Mechanisms in Animals

@inproceedings{Ziuganov2000LifeSV,
  title={Life Span Variation of the Freshwater Pearl Shell: A Model Species for Testing Longevity Mechanisms in Animals},
  author={V. Ziuganov and E. S. Miguel and R. Neves and Angeles Longa and C. Fern{\'a}ndez and R. Amaro and V. Beletsky and Ekaterina Popkovitch and Sviatoslav Kaliuzhin and Torbj{\"o}rn Johnson},
  year={2000}
}
  • V. Ziuganov, E. S. Miguel, +7 authors Torbjörn Johnson
  • Published 2000
  • Abstract Only about a dozen species of animals are known to achieve maximum ages (Amax) exceeding 100 yrs, including the freshwater pearl shell (Margaritifera margaritifera). This species has a life-span of between 100–200 years depending on latitude and environmental conditions. The difference in Amax is 3–7 times when southern populations, with Amax of 28–40 yrs, are compared to northern Arctic populations, with Amax of 114–190 yrs. Evolutionary and ecological explanations for longevity in… CONTINUE READING
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