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in·ges·tive

(in-jes'tiv),
Relating to ingestion.

in·ges·tive

(in-jes'tiv)
Relating to ingestion.
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Researching the plant-animal interface: the investigation of ingestive behavior in grazing animals.
While CBI-3 and CBI-11 are not highly effective initiators of buccal motor programs, they both can influence these programs toward their ingestive mode (Jing et al., 2003; Wu et al., 2003, 2014).
Ingestive behaviour of steers fed with Alexander grass silage (Urochloa plantaginea) x sorghum silage (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench).
Recently, researchers have proposed the use of chews and swallows as indicators of FI for objective monitoring of ingestive behavior (MIB) [50-52].
As natural and complementary health practitioners, especially those of us who prescribe ingestive natural medicines, we can benefit from asking ourselves what exactly are our responsibilities from a professional, legal and ethical standpoint when we witness our patients suffering from possible adverse effects of pharmaceutical drugs.
Control of pecking response form in the pigeon: Topography of ingestive behaviors and conditioned keypecks with food and water reinforcers.
Houpt, "Ingestive Behavior Problems of Dogs and Cats," Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice, vol.
Females were classified with imposex observing the ovarian, albumen, ingestive and capsule glands, vagina, vas deferens, pseudopenis and penis duct of males and females.
The Macquarie researchers have now found evidence for this problem in humans, they reported this week at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior (SSIB), the foremost society for research into all aspects of eating and drinking behaviour.
It should be remembered that the use of ingestive therapies, now commonplace in modern naturopathic practice, were once considered equally offensive to the traditional nature cure adherents that began the naturopathic profession.