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Franka S Schaebs, Tanja E Wolf, Verena Behringer, and Tobias Deschner

-breasted capuchin monkey groups over a 3-week period during which the caloric intake was manipulated to simulate a period of restricted energy availability. Methods Subjects We conducted a feeding experiment during a 3-week period between March and April

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Abdoulaye Diane, Maria Kupreeva, Faye Borthwick, Spencer D Proctor, W David Pierce, and Donna F Vine

PCOS and how they may mediate effects on feeding behaviour and reproductive outcomes, particularly in response to dietary energy-restriction and exercise in the obese PCOS phenotype. In overweight-obese adult women with PCOS, exercise and energy-restricted

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Lauren E MacDonald, Sarah L Alderman, Sarah Kramer, Patrick T K Woo, and Nicholas J Bernier

food intake, we compared the effects of Cryptobia infection with those of restricted feeding on leptin signaling and the hypothalamic expression of appetite-regulating genes. Finally, we also examined the effects of Cryptobia infection on the O 2

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Henrik Oster

, Gill & Panda 2015 , Meyer-Kovac et al. 2017 ). Transgenic mouse studies suggest that the effects of, for example, time restricted feeding patterns on general well-being and health may even overcome genetic disruptions of the core clock machinery

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Munetaka Shimizu, Brian R Beckman, Akihiko Hara, and Walton W Dickhoff

describes the development of an RIA for salmon IGFBP-1. With this RIA, we measured plasma IGFBP-1 in response to feeding ration and water temperature, and during the parr–smolt transformation; we then compared the IGFBP-1 levels to growth, condition factor

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Willis K Samson, Gina L C Yosten, Jaw-Kang Chang, Alastair V Ferguson, and Meghan M White

not shown). Animals were left undisturbed with access to food and water for 1 h, at which time they were killed by decapitation and trunk blood collected as described above. The effect of anti-obestatin treatment on dehydration-induced vasopressin

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Greg M Kowalski, Michael J Kraakman, Shaun A Mason, Andrew J Murphy, and Clinton R Bruce

22 vs 42 weeks of HFSD or chow feeding on body mass (A, D) and glucose tolerance (B, C, E and F). These data are also presented in Figs 1 and 2 . Data are mean ±  s.e.m . ** P  < 0.01; ** P  < 0.001; **** P  < 0.0001 at specified time point. N

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Esther Isorna, Nuria de Pedro, Ana I Valenciano, Ángel L Alonso-Gómez, and María J Delgado

food availability synchronise the circadian system is the food anticipatory activity (FAA), i.e. the increase of locomotor activity in anticipation of feeding time ( Stephan 2002 ). FAA has been demonstrated in numerous species of fishes, including

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Cun Li, Thomas J McDonald, Guoyao Wu, Mark J Nijland, and Peter W Nathanielsz

restriction (MNR) in which nutrient-restricted mothers eat 70% of the global diet of ad libitum -fed controls throughout pregnancy ( Nijland et al . 2007 ). This degree of maternal, and subsequent fetal, nutrient restriction produces decreased nutrient

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R P Rhoads, J W Kim, M E Van Amburgh, R A Ehrhardt, S J Frank, and Y R Boisclair

cows were restricted to 11% of the feed consumed by the AF cows (Table 2 ). Within 3 days of feed restriction, milk yield declined by 70% (Nutrition, P < 0.01) and remained constant for the next 10 days. Under these steady-state conditions, UF cows