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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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Ingestive behavior of lambs fed diets containing castor seed meal.
chocolata from Caldera Bay fits the characterization of imposex, which consist, from anterior to posterior, of a pseudopenis, penile duct, vas deferens, vagina, capsule, ingestive and albumen glands, seminal receptacle, oviduct and an ovary.
Most (19%) adverse reactions were to ingestive medicine (19%), followed by registered professions (acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine, chiropractic and osteopathy) (13%).
Our experiments provide a missing element in the evidence that fat has a taste sensation, and that it is different from other tastes," said Professor Richard Mattes, director of the Ingestive Behaviour Research Centre at Purdue University in Indiana, US.
2) But "eggs weren't pitted against a high-fiber wholegrain cereal with low-fat milk or another breakfast like that," notes Barbara Rolls, director of the Laboratory for the Study of Human Ingestive Behavior at Penn State.
Whale sharks exhibited pronounced ingestive and search behaviors when exposed to both types of stimuli, compared to control trials.
Digestive and ingestive adaptations of mammalian herbivores to low-quality forage.
e 'ndings, presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behaviour in the U S city of Seattle, suggest that the way parents prepare meals at home in"uences children's food meals at home in"uences children's food choices even when they are left choices even when they are left unsupervised.
locomotor, grooming, ingestive, hypothyroidism); primary or hallucinogenic behaviors neurological disease; toxicity; that occur out of context to infectious diseases (e.
Cannabinoids and the regulation of ingestive behaviour.
25] presented an acoustic recording and analysis system that automatically detects, classifies, and quantifies ingestive events in free-grazing beef cattle.
In a separate presentation at a meeting, sponsored by the Obesity Society and the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior, Ashley Gearhardt, Ph.