Theories of Ageing

The membrane theory of ageing was first discussed by Professor ImreZs-Nagy of Debrecen University, Hungary. This theory has age-related changes of the cell's ability to transfer chemicals, heat and electrical processes that impair it’s we grow older the cell membrane becomes fewer lipids. Free Radical theory is now very famous theory of aging was developed by Denham Harman MD at the University of Nebraska. The term free radical describes any molecule that has a free electron, and this property makes it react with healthy molecules in a destructive way.

In West, Japanese companies have some understanding of marketing activities. Japanese companies heavily emphasize sales. In Europe and the United States, marketing and sales denote different functions, but in case of Japan, they are often mixed. The Japanese word for sales refers to activities that increase the revenue from existing products, like sales representative visiting customers in an effort to book orders.

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