hypophagia


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hypophagia

reduced food intake.
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Dr Shashi Bala Singh has immensely contributed to the understanding of high altitude physiology and pioneered the development of nutraceuticals and prophylactics for several high altitude maladies that include hypophagia and cognitive impairment.
For both species, these estimates represent the end of the growing season, prior to rut and associated hypophagia (Miquelle 1990) and before the animals enter a negative energy balance.
Hibernation "trigger" injected in brain induces hypothermia and hypophagia in the monkey.
These results are similar to previously reported characteristics of clinical ketosis including hypophagia, hyperketonemia, hypoglycemia, hypoinsulinemia, increased hepatic triglycerides, and increased NEFA in plasma (Chelikani and Mohamed, 2004).