Date of Award
Life & Environmental Sciences
Rev. Joseph Harrington
The research performed in conjunction with this thesis tests the correlation between consumption of a vitamin A deficient diet and voluntary alcohol intake by rats. It also tests the effects of caffeine intake on alcohol consumption by rats fed a vitamin A deficient diet. Statistical evidence shows both a vitamin A deficient diet and caffeine addition to the diet increase voluntary alcohol consumption. The results are compared to a control group which received a balanced diet with available alcohol.
Otto, Teresa, "The Effects Of Consumption Of A Vitamin A Deficient Diet And Caffeine On Voluntary Ethanol Intake By Rats" (1984). Life and Environmental Sciences Undergraduate Theses. 409.