March 2013 Issue
Wolves, Dogs, Differ in Ability to Digest Starches
Study finds genetic differences between dogs and wolves, with dietary implications
Study finds genetic differences between dogs and wolves, with dietary implications. Domestication appears to have led to genetic changes in dogs that make them able to digest starches better than wolves can, according to a paper published in Nature in January.
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