Introduction

Instructional Model

Teacher Guide

Teacher Background

Printable Materials

Resources

Glossary

Credits

Bibliography

Standards

About the Author

 


 

Work Cited


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Kirkwood, Tom. Time Of Our Lives: The Science of Human Aging. New York:
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"Scientists target a master gene linked to cancer, arthritis and other age-related
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United States. National Institutes of Health. Human Genetic Variation Curriculum
      Supplement. 10 Jan. 2002
     
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