Comparative physiology gaining more attention

Comparative physiology gaining more attention

Nutritionists continue to study mechanisms of gut physiology and gain insight from gut-to-gut comparisons.

By EMMA H. WALL and DAVID M. BRAVO*

*Dr. Emma H. Wall is a technology deployment director at Pancosma. Dr. David M. Bravo is corporate science director at InVivo NSA.

THERE was a time not so long ago when the majority of ruminant nutritionists would have rejected any concepts that were developed in rodent species.

"A cow is not a mouse!" was a co

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