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Endokrine Funktionen I: Regulation durch chemische Kommunikation zwischen Zellen

  • G. Löffler
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Zusammenfassung

Die zellulären Funktionen in vielzellig, organisierten höheren Organismen müssen besonders streng reguliert und aufeinander abgestimmt werden, wenn die Funktionsfähigkeit des Organismus bei unterschiedlichen Umweltbedingungen erhalten werden soll.

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