Integration of Learning and Metabolic Signals into a Theory of Dietary Choice and Food Intake
Ruminant Physiology: Digestion, Metabolism, Growth and Reproduction
This chapter discusses the role of learning behaviour in determining the preferences and aversions for foods by ruminants and the regulation of the digestive and metabolic processes by the central nervous system. It also discusses the relationship of learning and metabolic processes in the animal regulation of feed intake and diet selection.
Provenza, Frederick D. and Forbes, J. M., "Integration of Learning and Metabolic Signals into a Theory of Dietary Choice and Food Intake" (2000). Wildland Resources Faculty Publications. Paper 1733.