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Toxin

Any poisonous substance a living thing produces as part of its metabolic or other natural process. That is, toxins themselves are not living things, but are produced by living things. Toxins are defined by the Biological Weapons Convention.
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Figure 1 outlines a structured framework for developing palatable drug products.
By including both pictures of palatable and unpalatable foods, the team was able to determine whether degree of "self-imposed" caloric deprivation correlated with hyper-responsivity of attention and reward regions for palatable versus unpalatable foods.
So, in some individuals, highly palatable foods trigger endorphin and dopamine release in a manner that is quite similar to many drugs of abuse.
Compared with their counterparts who had low food addiction scores, those with high food addiction scores showed greater activation in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) in response to anticipated intake of palatable food, as well as less activation in the left lateral OFC.
Our "kid" most responsible for MOTHER'S "extraordinarily palatable format" is Art Director Matthew Stallbaumer.--MOTHER
Is it just something we use to make our personal and social agendas feel more spiritual, palatable and right?
Meaningful change had to await the creation of Britain's welfare state after 1945, after wartime evacuations underscored child impoverishment to a larger audience and state economic controls became more palatable. Even then, however, the successful passage of a new system of family allowances in 1948 relied principally on William Beveridge's skillful public relations efforts, the fact that he tied it to an overhaul of systems of relief that everyone acknowledged as necessary, and persistent resistance from trade unions to increased wages, which they feared would make British goods uncompetitive.
Our culture has since created many neighborhood environments in which highly palatable, incredibly fattening fast foods are accessible at low cost.
The tentative open skies agreement negotiated last year between the US and EU was dealt a potentially fatal blow Wednesday when the US House of Representatives voted to delay by a year a DOT rulemaking that is seen as key to winning European support for the air service agreement, while Air France-KLM Chairman Jean-Cyril Spinetta said he does not believe European policymakers will find the rulemaking palatable in the wake of recent changes by DOT.
They are extremely palatable and are 100 percent digestible, unlike traditional rawhide chews.
We need a few deft communicators to emerge from the ranks of the doers or insiders like Sorkin or Lootsma; designers caught on tape and made just (but only just) palatable in their own words.
Essential for fans of this idiosyncratic talent and a highly palatable introduction for curious neophytes.