In a message dated 6/12/99 3:30:46 PM Eastern Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<< Seems reasonable enough, but I would suggest identifying individuals with pendulously long telomeres (see. size does matter!) >>
I was under the impression that Dolly the sheep has very short telomeres
(indicating advanced age) but is phenotypically a 3 year old sheep. So, her
genotype doesn't match up to her phenotype according to the telomere/aging theory. Doesn't this present problems to the theory?
Anyone know more than I about this?