hyperphagic


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hyperphagic

adjective Referring to excess eating, overeating; bulimia.
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Scientists still needed to prove that saffron's powerful ability to modulate stress would in turn translate into a significant reduction in hyperphagic snacking, both in terms of desire and behavior.
The OLETF rats are hyperphagic consuming roughly 30-40% more than Long-Evans Tokushima (LETO) controls when they become 20 weeks old (Kawano et al.
You can find millions of hyperphagic persons, ready to offer themselves for study and therapy.
One of the most extensively characterized and studied is the db/db mouse which was identified initially in 1966 as an obese mouse that was hyperphagic soon after weaning [Hummel et al.
This obviously represents a prime hunting opportunity, but be advised that hyperphagic bears can be unusually aggressive -- a potential advantage if you're trying to kill one but a downright nuisance if you're simply hunting deer on Kodiak Island.
Our results indicate that, following a period of food shortage, fish sustain this hyperphagic response for several weeks even after matching the control mass-to-length relationship (i.
This compound also lack the hyperphagic effect even in the case of food deprived rats.
In the ZDF model, animals typically exhibit hyperphagic behavior (overeating) due to a genetic lesion, causing them to become obese, which over time contributes to progressive deterioration of glucose homeostasis resulting from insulin resistance and defective beta-cell function.
diabetic) mice possess a leptin receptor mutation and are spontaneously hyperphagic, obese, hyperglycemic, hyperinsulinemic, and insulin resistant within the first month of life; they later develop hypoinsulinemia and hyperglycemia, with peak expression at 3-4 months of age (Shafrir, 1992).
HP mice are hyperphagic and exhibit increased metabolic rate, lipid utilization, and locomotor activity.
Disruption of this hyperphagic activity may have serious negative consequences for bears that cannot efficiently access these critical forage resources (Braaten and Gilbert, 1987).