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shorter its life span should be because ROS are generated during aerobic metabolism as we use oxygen. But birds, which have a very high metabolic rate, live much longer than most similar-sized mammals with a lower metabolic rate. A study of birds, bats and rodents finds differences within their cells that may help explain the longer-than-expected life span of birds and bats, Kristan said.

These are just two of the symposia taking place at the conference. There are plenty of fresh and interesting story lines you can develop by going through the program or by calling The American Physiological Society.

Go to http://www.the-aps.org/meetings/aps/vabeach/index.htm and click on "Week at a glance" for the full Comparative Physiology program. Check out "Conference-Related Press Releases," for more program summaries. Members of the media who want to obtain a complete set of conference abstracts can contact Christine Guilfoy, cguilfoy@the-aps.org or at (301) 634-7253.


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