Data from: Patterns of physiological decline due to age and selection in Drosophila melanogaster

Parvin Shahrestani, Julian B. Wilson, Laurence D. Mueller & Michael R. Rose
In outbred sexually reproducing populations, age-specific mortality rates reach a plateau in late life following the exponential increase in mortality rates that marks aging. Little is known about what happens to physiology when cohorts transition from aging to late life. We measured age-specific values for starvation resistance, desiccation resistance, time-in-motion and geotaxis in ten Drosophila melanogaster populations: five populations selected for rapid development and five control populations. Adulthood was divided into two stages, the aging...
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