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Reproductive Aging

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Edited by Maxine Weinstein (Center for Population and Health, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.) and Kathleen O’Connor (Department of Anthropology, Biocultural Anthropology and Biodemography Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington)

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Reproductive Aging

Published: August 2010

Volume 1204

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Aging, reproductive physiology, demography, evolutionary biology, endocrinology, and epidemiology – just to name a few – are all disciplines that are actively looking at similar phenomena. These wide-ranging elements are brought together here in a single forum that provides an important point of reference that can permeate borders that are often strenuously “defended” by journals and seldom breached at conferences. This volume results from a workshop that fostered communication across these disciplinary lines.
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