Post-ingestive food-aversion learning to amino acid deficient diets by the terrestrial slugLimax maximus

@article{Delaney2004PostingestiveFL,
  title={Post-ingestive food-aversion learning to amino acid deficient diets by the terrestrial slugLimax maximus},
  author={K. Delaney and A. Gelperin},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology A},
  year={2004},
  volume={159},
  pages={281-295}
}
SummaryAn agar-based artificial diet containing carbohydrates, fats and twenty amino acids was constructed (Fig. 1). This diet is highly palatable and nutritionally complete forLimax maximus as demonstrated by significant ingestion on first encounter, consistent ingestion on subsequent days and good growth of young slugs fed this diet. Removing methionine, an essential amino acid, from the complete diet produces a food which is initially as palatable as the complete diet, but after one day's… Expand
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