Translating physiological signals to changes in feeding behaviour in mammals and the future effects of global climate change

@inproceedings{Moore2015TranslatingPS,
  title={Translating physiological signals to changes in feeding behaviour in mammals and the future effects of global climate change},
  author={Ben D. Moore and Natasha L. Wiggins and Karen J. Marsh and M. Denise Dearing and W. J. Foley},
  year={2015}
}
Mammals cannot avoid ingesting secondary metabolites, often in significant amounts. Thus, their intake must be regulated to avoid intoxication. Three broad mechanisms have been described by which this can be achieved. These are conditioned aversions mediated by nausea, non-conditioned aversions and the recognition of limits to detoxification. Although there is some overlap between these, we know little about the way that mechanisms of toxin avoidance interact with regulation of nutrient intake… CONTINUE READING

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