A Specialist Herbivore ( Neotoma stephensi ) Absorbs Fewer Plant Toxins than Does a Generalist ( Neotoma albigula )
Detoxification capacity of enzymes in the liver is thought to be the primary factor governing dietary toxin intake by mammalian herbivores. Recently, toxin absorption in the gut was proposed as an alternative process that also influences toxin intake. We
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