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“…In another example of proposed adaptive aging in S. cerevisiae , it was recently discovered that during replicative aging there is an increase in variation in capacity to grow on different food sources ( Frenk et al, 2017 ). This suggests that age-changes in budding yeast can increase fitness in the face of a changing nutritional environment, from which the authors draw the thought-provoking conclusion that aging can increase fitness ( Frenk and Houseley, 2017 ; Frenk et al, 2017 ). Here an easy rationalization is that this represents a maturational change rather than a senescent one.…”
Section: Programmed Cell Death As Programmed Organismal Death?mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In another example of proposed adaptive aging in S. cerevisiae , it was recently discovered that during replicative aging there is an increase in variation in capacity to grow on different food sources ( Frenk et al, 2017 ). This suggests that age-changes in budding yeast can increase fitness in the face of a changing nutritional environment, from which the authors draw the thought-provoking conclusion that aging can increase fitness ( Frenk and Houseley, 2017 ; Frenk et al, 2017 ). Here an easy rationalization is that this represents a maturational change rather than a senescent one.…”
Section: Programmed Cell Death As Programmed Organismal Death?mentioning
confidence: 99%