The influence of early nutrition and environmental rearing on brain growth and behaviour
Preweaning malnutrition permanently reduced brain size and cellular content but in spite of changes in the adrenocotical stress response no learning deficit was observed. Differential rearing environments did not influence the effects of malnutrition.
|Authors||Sara, V. R.;King, T. L.;Lazarus, L. :|
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