volume 166, issue 1, P74-80 2018
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12643
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Uliana Semaniuk, Khrystyna Feden'ko, Ihor S. Yurkevych, Kenneth B. Storey, Stephen J. Simpson, Oleh Lushchak

Abstract: AbstractInterventions such as caloric or dietary restriction extend lifespan in organisms spanning from yeast to primates. Despite its positive influence on longevity, dietary restriction has been found to negatively affect reproduction. Many studies have reported negative correlations between lifespan and reproductive characteristics (such as mating rate, fecundity, reproductive period, and others). Such correlation gives the appearance of a resource-based trade-off between these two life-history traits. Her…

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