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effect of force-feeding on ventromedial hypothalamic lesioned rats
Daniel Ray Annett
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Adipose Tissue Metabolism of Weanling Rats After Destruction of Ventromedial Hypothalamic Nuclei: Effect of Hypophysectomy and Growth Hormone By JACK K. GOLDMAN, J. DAVID SCHNATZ, LEE L. BERNARDIS AND LAWRENCE A.
FROHMAN This report describes the effects of hypophysectomy and growth hormone treatment on the endocrine-metabolic alterations associated with destruction of the Cited by: 25 female albino rats were implanted with chronic electrodes aimed for the ventromedial hypothalamic area (VMH), deprived to 82% of normal weight, and trained on a 2-min VI schedule for food.
LH-lesioned and intact rats are plotted over a period of 24 weeks after surgery. In the immediate postoperative period, the lesioned animals were aphagic and/or ano rexic for about 3 days, during which time they lost approx nately 75 grams. Food intake then re turned to near-normal levels, and the lesioned rats again displayed the pattern of.
This seems valid when manipulations such as deprivation or force feeding have been done, as in experiments in rats with ventromedial or lateral hypothalamic lesions (Hoebel and Teitelbaum, ; Powley and Keesey, ; Keesey et al., ; Peck, ).Cited by: Anand, B.
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On a normal diet they eat more than do animals without lesions. Since the reduction in eating is similar to that seen in normal animals that are made obese by force-feeding, the enhanced sensory responsiveness to food of animals with ventromedial hypothalamic lesions is, at least in part, a consequence rather than a cause of the obesity.
In an experiment, VMH lesioned rats overeat until they become obese. Stability and a new SET POINT is made at this heavier weight. Thus, even if you are a scientist and force-feed VMH lesioned rats, the rats, when the force feeding stops, will drop back down to the new set point, as opposed to the original, healthy set-point.
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