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8] Previous studies have reported that oxidative stress can induce or accelerate the development of cellular senescence, which is termed stress-induced premature senescence (SIPS).
Yield and quality of cotton was affected by both premature senescence and late maturity (Dong et al.
Endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) from diabetic donors undergo oxidative stress-induced premature senescence [105].
Sustained inhibition of oxidative phosphorylation impairs cell proliferation and induces premature senescence in human fibroblasts.
Mapping of post-flowering drought resistance traits in grain sorghum: Association between QTLs influencing premature senescence and maturity.
And Charles Mudd-Gaddis, a victim of progeria, premature senescence, is an 8-year-old dying of old age.
Attenuation of TGF-[beta] signaling suppresses premature senescence in a p21-dependent manner and promotes oncogenic Ras-mediated metastatic transformation in human mammary epithelial cells," Molecular Biology of the Cell, vol.
In contrast, after exposure to 2500 (sd 500) lx light (420-800 nm) for 12 h, RPE cells in the positive control (light exposure, no BAE treatment) exhibited premature senescence, low (P < 0*01) cell viability and increased (P < 0*01) vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) release compared with negative control cells, which were not subjected to light irradiation and BAE exposure.
The objectives of this experiment were to select lines with and without the DLS trait and to make a preliminary assessment of the influence of the DLS trait on grain yield in a field where cowpea has been grown for many years and where premature senescence can be strongly expressed.

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