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Synonyms for senescence

Synonyms for senescence

the organic process of growing older and showing the effects of increasing age

the property characteristic of old age


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DNA damage signaling mediates the functional antagonism between replicative senescence and terminal muscle differentiation," Genes & Development, 2017; 31 (7): 648 DOI: 10.
The experiments showed that senescence slowed the rate of adhesion of NHEK cells to FN.
Key words: NAWF, NACB, Plant height, senescence Bt cotton.
Early studies have documented that aging and amyloid promote microglial cell senescence and more recent evidence showed that A[sz] can promote the senescence of neural stem/progenitor cells in adult mice, affecting forebrain progenitor and hippocampal neurogenesis,[sup][19],[20] and can initiate the senescence response in astrocytes recently.
This senescence pathway can also be engaged by loss of the tumor suppressor phosphatase and tensin homolog (PTEN) and overexpression of the S-phase E2F transcription factor 3 (E2F3) [26, 34].
For type B, senescence occurs in the normal period of plant development, but it occurs relatively slowly.
The team found that interferon signaling ramps up in response to double-stranded DNA breaks and that this signaling prompts cells to enter senescence.
In the present study, we found that acrolein induced cellular senescence accompanied by activation of the p53-p21 pathway and proteasome-mediated WRN protein degradation in normal human lung fibroblasts (NHLF).
Cell cycle arrest can lead to senescence, a complete loss of replicative capacity.
Keywords: Asarone Colorectal cancer Lamins Cell senescence Oct-1
In cells undergoing senescence, the p16 gene is switched on, activating the firefly gene and causing the affected tissue to glow.
Changes in leaf reflectance of green leaves with maturation and senescence have been attributed to changes in chlorophyll and mesophyll arrangement (Grant, 1987).
Scientists and farmers have long known that high heat can hurt some crops and the Stanford University-led study, released on Monday, revealed how the damage is done by tracking rates of wheat ageing, or senescence.
Senescence comprises those processes that follow physiological maturity which lead to the event of death of a whole plant, organ or tissue at macroscopic level.