Experiment effects of and xA mg kg

3.4. Experiment 4: effects HOBt 9.0 and 12.0 mg/kg JMV 2959 on limited-access consumption of 10% sucrose vs water
JMV 2959 did not affect preference for or consumption of sucrose. No significant main effect was found on preference (F (2, 25) = 1.172, p = 0.3262; Fig. 4a) or consumption (F (2, 25) = 1.576, p = 0.2266; Fig. 4b). There was also no effect of JMV 2959 treatment on water consumption (F (2, 25) = 0.58, p = 0.5672; Fig. 4c) or food consumption during the 2-h session (F (2, 25) = 1.915, p = 0.1684; Table 1). Again, a gestation very low amount of total food consumption was measured. As with Experiment 3, we found no correlation between age and sucrose intake (r(10) = − 0.3996, p = 0.252) or preference (r(10) = − 0.1395, p = 0.72), again suggesting the age of the animals did not impact the effect of JMV 2959 (data not shown).