Moreover, these secreted factors may sensitize functional neighboring cells to senesce
It was found that cells senesce
in young age in atherosclerosis and was found in Werner and Progeria syndromes.
As cells become damaged and precancerous, the p53 protein prevents those cells from continuing towards becoming tumors by causing the cells to senesce
This work depicts that REC increased both in control and packages treatments as the fruit senesce
. However, greater rate of increase in control suggests that packages had a positive effect on REC.
A medida que a folha senesce
, ha, consequentemente, a morte do tecido foliar que impede balanco positivo do numero de folhas verdes importantes no manejo e na manutencao do valor nutritivo das forrageiras.
Within a given species it is possible to predict exactly when a bud will open and how rapidly the flower will senesce
. In addition, a number of morphological and physiological changes are evident that allow the process to be readily documented.
Arbuscule represents a dead end in the growth of AM fungi (Bonfante 1995) as they senesce
and collapse after 4-10 days of symbiosis (Sanders 1977) and thus the plant cell recovers its original morphology (Jacquelinet-Jeanmougin 1987).
The small leaves just around the exit hole created by the larva typically senesce
The HAMSCs began to senesce
following passage 9.[dagger] This senescence is common with MSCs and became apparent sooner in the low [O.sub.2] condition, perhaps due to the faster growth of these cells in this condition.
Majority of the people were not in senesce
when they were brought out of the container bearing number LSA-045.
Otherwise through the passages of deep time individuals who did not senesce
would outcompete those who did, and the high fitness costs of getting old would have been selected against.