Advertisement

Biology of Aging and Development

  • G. Jeanette Thorbecke

Part of the Faseb Monographs book series (FASEBM, volume 3)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Introduction

    1. G. J. Thorbecke
      Pages 1-1
  3. Theoretical Concepts of Developmental and Age Changes

    1. Bernard L. Strehler
      Pages 3-9
    2. Leonard Hayflick
      Pages 11-19
    3. L. Wolpert, J. H. Lewis
      Pages 21-34
  4. Gene regulation in differentiation and development

  5. Finite Versus Infinite Proliferative and Functional Capacities of Cells

    1. S. Goldstein, S. Niewiarowski, D. P. Singal
      Pages 107-122
    2. U. Reincke, H. Burlington, E. P. Cronkite, J. Laissue
      Pages 137-147
    3. Woodring E. Wright, Leonard Hayflick
      Pages 149-157
  6. Aging of homeostatic control systems

  7. Development and Aging in Organ Systems

    1. Donald E. Mosier, Philip L. Cohen
      Pages 221-230
    2. Irving L. Weissman, Myra Small, C. Garrison Fathman, Leonard A. Herzenberg
      Pages 231-239
    3. R. G. Miller, R. A. Phillips
      Pages 241-251
  8. Development and Aging at the Molecular Level

  9. Back Matter
    Pages 339-344

About this book

Introduction

"e of the reasons for all the F ASEB Societies to meet yearly is the possibility O to interrelate recent progress in diverse areas of research. The F ASEB Conferences have been organized to promote such interdisciplinary approaches. They center around a basic theme with the aim of discussing active research, in­ cluding widely divergent approaches, towards a better understanding of a general biological phenomenon. Because of the mounting interest in the subject of aging and development, this has been chosen as the theme for this year's symposia. We have necessarily been limited in the number of topics that could be covered. In our choice we have attempted to' select those facets of the main subject which at this time are gen­ erating active research interest among our membership. We have included invited speakers from abroad, such as Drs. Goldstein, Liew and Miller from Canada and Drs. Wolpert, Holliday and Williamson from England. I am sorry to say that the two speakers that we had invited from Russia, Dr. Frolkis, and from Czechoslovakia, Dr. Sterzl, were unable to attend.

Keywords

aging biology cancer development research senescence

Editors and affiliations

  • G. Jeanette Thorbecke
    • 1
  1. 1.New York University School of MedicineUSA

Bibliographic information