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In the Developing Pig Brain, Nature Beats Nurture

News   Apr 15, 2021 | Original story from University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

 
In the Developing Pig Brain, Nature Beats Nurture

Using a newly developed pig brain atlas, University of Illinois researchers show no major differences in pig brain development between pigs in artificial rearing environments vs. sow rearing. The discovery has important implications for further laboratory-based testing of nutritional interventions and their effect on neurodevelopment. Credit: Lauren D. Quinn, University of Illinois

 
 
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