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Ernährung pp 1-445 | Cite as

Die Grundstoffe der Nahrung

  • Hans Glatzel
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Part of the Handbuch der Allgemeinen Pathologie book series (PATHOLOGIE)

Zusammenfassung

Im Rahmen der Ernährung dient die Nahrung dem Aufbau und der Erhaltung des lebendigen Organismus. Wenn sie diese Aufgaben erfüllen soll, muß sie in der Lage sein, ausreichende Mengen aller jener Bausteine zu liefern, die der Organismus für sein Wachstum, seine Erhaltung und die unübersehbare Fülle seiner Leistungen benötigt.

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