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Conditioned taste aversions: how sick must a ruminant get before it learns about toxicity in foods?

Conditioned taste aversions: how sick must a ruminant get before it learns about toxicity in foods?,10.1016/0168-1591(91)90083-A,Applied Animal Behavi

Conditioned taste aversions: how sick must a ruminant get before it learns about toxicity in foods?   (Citations: 37)
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Journal: Applied Animal Behaviour Science - APPL ANIM BEHAV SCI , vol. 30, no. 1-2, pp. 35-46, 1991
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    • ...Although lithium salts have pharmacological and toxic effects and can cause feed aversion (Du Toit et al. 1991; Suharyono 1992), the amounts necessary to cause these effects in ruminants are much greater than the amounts generally required as a marker...

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    • ...This assumption is presumably based on the idea that increased experience with particular prey types improves search images for that prey (Tinbergen 1960), reduces feeding neophobia (Dutoit et al. 1991; Greenberg 1992), increases handling efficiency, or Correspondence and present address: M. Persons, Department of Biology, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA 17870, U.S.A...

    M. H. Personset al. Wolf spider predator avoidance tactics and survival in the presence of...

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