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Kohlenhydrate, Lipide und Aminosäuren

  • G. Löffler
  • P. E. Petrides
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Zusammenfassung

Lebende Organismen synthetisieren und verwerten Kohlenhydrate, Lipide und Aminosäuren. Die Funktionen dieser Verbindungen sind vielfältig.

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  • P. E. Petrides

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