Compensatory growth in tadpoles after transient salinity stress.
Effect of protein restriction with subsequent re-alimentation on compensatory growth of juvenile soft shelled turtles (Pelodis cussinensis).
was assessed according to the patterns described by Jobling et al.
Yambayamba ESK, Price MA and GR Foxcroft Hormonal status, metabolic changes, and resting metabolic rate in beef heifers undergoing compensatory growth
Can beavers be considered "farmers/foresters" because they actively promote compensatory growth
that they can then subsequently harvest and eat?
Effect of early feed restriction on metabolic programming and compensatory growth
in broiler chickens.
Although compensatory growth
of new shoots and side shoots often results in little or no decrease in total dry matter production in birches (Danell et al.
in dairy heifers: the effect of a compensatory growth
pattern on growth rate and lactation performance.
For compensatory growth
to occur, low-weight young would have to gain a larger total amount of weight by the time they reached 10 months old than heavier neonates.
In addition, no study on compensatory growth
of grower olive flounder has been performed yet.
of fish is the rapid or faster than normal growth rate of fish resulting from refeeding after undernutrition, and varies depending on fish species (Jobling and Koskela, 1996; Gaylord and Gatlin, 2000; Wang et al.
Furthermore, lower DFR and slightly, but not significantly, higher weight gains of fish in 5DF treatment compared to those of fish in 7DF treatment indicated that compensatory growth
of fish in the former was not resulted from hyperphagia, which has been commonly observed in many fish species achieving full compensatory growth
(Chatakondi and Yant, 2001; Wu et al.
Full compensatory growth
was achieved in juvenile olive flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) subjected to the first 2-week feed deprivation in the 8-week feeding trials in the earlier studies (Cho, 2005; Cho et al.
In general, compensatory growth
occurs when previously marginal- or under-fed animals are re-alimented onto a higher nutritional level.
2001) and could result in lack of compensatory growth
and increased risk of perinatal morbidity and mortality, including reduced neonatal viability and an increased predisposition to cardiovascular, metabolic and endocrine disease in adult life (Barker, 1999), which are all correlated with birth weight (Gluckman and Hanson, 2004).