Monkeys regulate metabolism to cope with environment and rigours of mating season

New research on male Barbary macaques indicates that these primates have a flexible metabolic physiology, which help them survive by changing the speed of chemical reactions within their bodies, and consequently levels of energy, depending on temperature and availability of food.

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Monkeys regulate metabolism to cope with environment and rigours of mating season


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