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Das Schmecken

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Jedes Tier muss die Zellen seiner Gewebe mit Energie, Wasser und essenziellen Nahrungsbestandteilen versorgen, und alle Tieren benötigen im Wesentlichen die gleichen Stoffe: Kohlenhydrate für die Energieversorgung, Wasser sowie Salze und organische Verbindungen wie Vitamine, Fette und Aminosäuren. Für die Ernährung stehen Tieren drei unterschiedliche Strategien zur Verfügung:

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Frings, S. (2021). Das Schmecken. In: Die Sinne der Tiere. Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-63233-8_9

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