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Researchers discover that growing up too fast may mean dying young in honey bees
Date:9/24/2008

xidation capacity in flight muscle disappeared with age, which may explain the impairment of flight muscle mitochondrial function (elevated H2O2 production and reduced aconitase Vmax) and flight capacity observed in foragers.

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According to Dr. Roberts, the study's first author, "These data show that transitions to aerobically-expensive behaviors in organisms living free in nature can have important consequences affecting the pace of aging and senescence. The results support a live-fast-and-die-young view of aging, but so many questions remain about how this aging model works in natural populations, especially for species like honey bees whose social complexity rivals our own."


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