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Koopmans H S - - 1984
Russek's (1981 a) review of the "hepatostatic" theory states that food absorbed from the intestine causes a change in liver metabolism that in turn affects food intake. The results of two of my experiments are in conflict with the theory. In one experiment, food absorbed in physiological amounts from the ...
Lacy M P - - 1984
The serotonergic and catecholaminergic systems have been shown to affect both tonic immobility and food intake in the domestic fowl. Tryptophan, the amino acid precursor of serotonin, has been demonstrated to influence tonic immobility and food intake when injected intraperitoneally. Tyrosine, amino acid precursor of the catecholamines, is also known ...
Gori G B - - 1983
Cigarette yields measured by the standard analytical procedures of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) may not be sufficiently informative to smokers of low-yield brands because actual intake is likely to depend mainly on the aggressiveness of personal behavior. This study determined intake in smokers of 1-mg FTC tar class ...
Luft F C - - 1983
To test the notion that water intake and urine volume are related to dietary sodium or protein intake in free-living persons, we studied normal men at three levels of sodium intake and two levels of protein intake. Twenty-four men received 10, 200, and 400 mEq/day sodium intake for 7 days ...
Adolph E F - - 1981
1) Intakes of substances (oxygen, food) are related to availability or concentration of the substance that is being taken from the environment. This removal accords with dimensions of clearance. 2) Intakes from limited sources, as gut or pocket, also vary with the concentrations there. 3) Reabsorptions of selected substances during ...
DeWys W D - - 1981
Caloric intake was studied in 89 cancer patients who recorded diet diaries. Twenty-five percent had caloric intake below their calculated basal energy expenditure (BEE). An additional 45% had caloric intakes between 1.0 and 1.5 x BEE. Patients reported symptoms referable to the oronasal area and the gastrointestinal tract as possible ...
Rao B S - - 1980
The calorie intake, body weight (bw) maintenance and oral intake of ad lib fed (Gr I) and feeding rhythm-disrupted (Gr II) adult rats of either sexes are investigated. Gr I calorie intake (19.2 +/- 0.6 cal/100 gm bw) and bw (214 +/- 5.6 gms) were stabilized after 130-140 days of ...
Dalton K - - 1979
A questionnaire survey of 120 children with migraine showed an average age of onset of 5.15 years, an equal sex ratio under nine years, and a positive family history in 79 per cent. Eye symptoms (42 per cent) and headaches (32 per cent) heralded an attack, with abdominal pain and ...
Niinimaa V - - 1979
Determinants of performance and mechanical efficiency of effort have been made on a group of ten male nordic skiers, all participants in the University of Toronto ski-team. The oxygen intake at the maximum attainable speed of skiing on a level course averaged 89.6 percent of the maximum oxygen intake observed ...
Saad W A - - 1977
Two experiments were carried out to observe the effect of the application of an anticholinesterasic agent on water and food intake in rats. The first studied the effect of fenitrothion injected into the L.H.A. on water and food intake. An increase in water intake was observed in the 6th hour, ...
Nitsan Z - - 1977
1. The comparative effects of raw soya beans on food intake, growth, digestive organ weight, and enzyme activities in goslings and chicks were studied, 2. Goslings were more affected than chicks by the ingestion of a raw soya-bean diet (RSD) in the following ways: reduction in food intake and growth ...
Hobi V - - 1976
The Freiburg Personality Inventory (FPI) was mailed to a group of 880 female industrial workers who were participating in a 5-year prospective study aimed at elucidating eventual renal toxity of phenacetin-containing analgesics. 338 completely filled in test-sheets were returned. The study sample was divided into five sub-groups according to the ...
Blaine E H - - 1975
The selective appetites of wild rabbits for 500 mEq/1 solutions of NaC1, KC1, MgC1(2), and CaC1(2) were studied in intact and adrenalectomized rabbits during daily treatment with either 4 IU long acting ACTH, 1.0 or 2.5 mg cortisol acetate, or 2.5 mg corticosterone. The animals were individually caged and external ...
Myers R D - - 1975
A new theory is presented in which two profiles of chemical activity are postulated to regulate the intake of food. One is a peripheral profile which consists of the ratio of all blood-borne substances, one to another, that are involved in energy balance, lipid deposition, and other aspects of long ...
Shephard R J - - 1968
Lack of cardiorespiratory fitness may well contribute to the increasing prevalence of degenerative cardiovascular disease throughout the world. As a first step towards co-ordinated and internationally comparable investigation of this problem, methods of measuring the reference standard of cardiorespiratory fitness-the maximum oxygen intake, (Vo(2))(max)-were compared by an international working party ...
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