Harold Magee

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For over 30 years, the African cichlid fish, Astatotilapia burtoni, has been an important model system for studying the mechanisms underlying socially mediated behavioral change, with the focus being the dominance behavior of males. A recently collected wild-stock (WS) of this species invigorates interest in parallel studies of females' behavior. Here, we(More)
PRESENT-DAY knowledge of the physiology of digestion in ruminants is very limited and to a great extent it is based on anatomical deductions. Some of these are doubtless correct; but many of them must be regarded merely as speculations until such time as adequate experimental proof is brought forward. It was with the object of providing this proof that the(More)
THE work recorded in this paper is a continuation and amplification of the study of alimentary function in the fowl begun by MacOwan and Magee (1931) and, like it, deals with the passage of food through, and the absorption of carbohydrates from, the digestive tract. The technique employed in the study of these questions was varied, and it has, accordingly,(More)
The purpose of this paper is to provide an estimate of the amounts of foods required to meet the needs of calories, protein and calcium of the population of the United Kingdom. The first step was to plan, for representative individuals in the various age and other groups, diets which would conform with British dietary habits unhindered by rationing, and(More)