Energiehaushalt von Tieren

@inproceedings{Heldmaier2004EnergiehaushaltVT,
  title={Energiehaushalt von Tieren},
  author={Gerhard Heldmaier and Gerhard Neuweiler},
  year={2004}
}
Tiere gewinnen die zum Leben notwendige Energie aus der Verbrennung von Nahrungsstoffen. Diese Erkenntnis war eine der grosen wissenschaftlichen Entdeckungen des 18. Jahrhunderts, und ihr Beweis ist vor allem den Experimenten von Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743–1794) zu verdanken. Er wies nach, dass Tiere ein Gas aus der Luft entnehmen, das im Korper verbraucht wird, wie bei einer Verbrennung, und die in Tieren entstehende Warme wird an die Umgebung abgegeben. Das Gas nannte er Sauerstoff und… Expand
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