Some articles on aging:
... involved may diminish a wine's aroma, flavor, texture, color or aging potential ... and phenolics in wines designed for long aging in bottle so that they are able to develop the aromatic compounds that constitute bouquet ... some wines, such as red Bordeaux and Port, may expect to see tartrates and sediment after aging in bottle ...
... regarding the nature of genes involved in aging that real gerontogenes do not exist ... Additionally, in the area of aging modulation, Suresh Rattan is credited with the sole inventorship for discovering the anti-aging effects of kinetin and ... His areas of expertise include aging, anti-aging and healthy aging of human cells, specially fibroblasts, keratinocytes, osteoblasts, and bone marrow stem cells ...
... Aging or ageing may also refer to Aging (task scheduling), an operating system process Ostwald ripening, precipitate or deposit aging in chemistry Polymer degradation, a change ...
... He was supposed to be aging much slower than other humans due to an aging-suppression factor given to him at Weapon X ... As the aging-suppression had somehow failed, he ultimately died of old age in Jubilee's arms ...
... The continuity theory of normal aging states that older adults will usually maintain the same activities, behaviors, personalities, and relationships as they did in their earlier years of life ... the continuity theory uses a life course perspective to define normal aging ...
More definitions of "aging":
- (noun): Acquiring desirable qualities by being left undisturbed for some time.
Synonyms: ripening, ageing
Famous quotes containing the word aging:
“Bourbons the only drink. You can take all that champagne stuff and pour it down the English Channel. Well, why wait 80 years before you can drink the stuff? Great vineyards, huge barrels aging forever, poor little old monks running around testing it, just so some woman in Tulsa, Oklahoma can say it tickles her nose.”
—John Michael Hayes (b.1919)
“You are truly the generation in the middle! You have at once aging parents as well as maturing children to cope with, and you are not granted the deference accorded age, or the indulgence given the young.”
—Helene S. Arnstein (20th century)
“The politics of the exile are fever,
theater of the aging convalescent.
You wait in the wings and rehearse.
You wait and wait.”
—Marge Piercy (b. 1936)