Like previous handbooks, the present volume is an authoritative and up-to-date compendium of information and perspective on the neurobiology of ingestive behaviors. It is intended to be stimulating and informative to the practitioner, whether neophyte or senior scholar. It is also intended to be accessible to others who do not investigate the biological bases of food and ?uid ingestion, who may teach aspects of this material or simply wonder about the current state of the ?eld. To all readers, we present this handbook as a progress report, recognizing that the present state of the ?eld is much farther along than it was the last time a handbook was published, but mindful of the likelihood that it is not as far along as it will be when the next handbook is prepared. This ?eld has witnessed a spectacular accretion of scienti?c information since the ?rst handbook was published in 1967. During the generation of science between then and the publication of the second handbook in 1990, numerous scienti?c reports have substantially changed the perspective and informational base of the ?eld.Many instances of sodium appetite in the wild have been documented, across many different animals, including rabbits, elephants, and sheep. Attraction of wild ... Changes in [Na] in blood, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), and brain intracellular fluid (ICF) and ECF, ... Schematic diagram of factors influencing salt appetite induced by sodium depletion, stress, and that which occur during pregnancy and lactation .
|Title||:||Neurobiology of Food and Fluid Intake|
|Author||:||Edward M. Stricker, Stephen Woods|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-05-04|