The tiny freshwater crustacean Daphnia pulex (water flea) has approximately 31,000 genes & thus carries the most genetic information of any known animal. By comparison, humans have only about 23,000 genes. Hermit crabs have 254 chromosomes, compared to 23 in humans.— Doctor of Healthfulness, not of Disease (@AyurvedaKampo) April 29, 2018
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Go Daphnia! Does genome size matter? this water flea has 8000 more genes than human http://bit.ly/hYpD2H #genome— Juliana A (@Symbiologica) February 4, 2011
In 1900 the average lifespan in the US was 47.— Quirky Facts (@QuirkFacts) February 22, 2015
Regardless whether you put #aging out of your mind or not you're going to continue to age until it becomes a problem. Instead of putting it out of your mind until the problem's at your doorstep why not try to reverse it? Indeed biogerontology & biomedical gerontology are on it.— Zena O'Brien #GeneralStrike (@ZenaMOBrien) January 10, 2019
pic.twitter.com/KHwpVKfIt9— Elsevier Major Reference Works (@ElsevierMRW) December 9, 2019