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01279Zhao et al. (2017)Two forms of death in ageing Caenorhabditis elegans1PubMed
01280Kumar et al. (2017)Natural pathology of the captive chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes): A 35-year review1PubMed
01281Rodriguez et al. (2014)A cytosolic protein factor from the naked mole-rat activates proteasomes of other species and protects these from inhibition1PubMed
01282Sternadel (1976)[Problems of multiple pregnancy]1PubMed
01283Gager et al. (2016)Group size, survival and surprisingly short lifespan in socially foraging bats1PubMed
01284Dantzer et al. (2013)Density triggers maternal hormones that increase adaptive offspring growth in a wild mammal1PubMed
01285Robinson et al. (2015)Captive Reptile Mortality Rates in the Home and Implications for the Wildlife Trade1PubMed
01286Marcos et al. (2015)Longevity Records and Signs of Aging in Marsh Antwren Formicivora acutirostris (Thamnophilidae)1URL
01287Sergio et al. (2014)Individual improvements and selective mortality shape lifelong migratory performance1PubMed
01288Stephenson et al. (2014)Rate of tree carbon accumulation increases continuously with tree size1PubMed
01289Schulman and Harlan OLDLIST, a database of old trees1URL
01290Holt et al. (2013)Movement and Longevity of Imperiled Okaloosa Darters (Etheostoma okaloosae)1Search
01291Tessa et al. (2017)Longevity in Calumma parsonii, the World's largest chameleon1PubMed
01292Arthington (2008)Australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri, threatened by a new dam1Search
01293von Wyschetzki et al. (2015)Transcriptomic Signatures Mirror the Lack of the Fecundity/Longevity Trade-Off in Ant Queens1PubMed
01294Dudycha (2003)A multi-environment comparison of senescence between sister species of Daphnia1PubMed
01295Dudycha and Tessier (1999)NATURAL GENETIC VARIATION OF LIFE SPAN, REPRODUCTION, AND JUVENILE GROWTH IN DAPHNIA1PubMed
01296Schumpert et al. (2014)Relationship between heat shock protein 70 expression and life span in Daphnia1PubMed
01297Vonshak and Shlagman (2009)A Camponotus fellah queen sets a record for Israeli ant longevity1Search
01299Colon et al. (2015)Golden-cheeked warbler: new maximum longevity record1Search