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Einfluss des Ovarialzyklus auf die spezifisch-dynamische Wirkung der Nahrungsstoffe


, : Einfluss des Ovarialzyklus auf die spezifisch-dynamische Wirkung der Nahrungsstoffe. Pflu Ger S Arch Ges Physiol 225(5/6): 620-626

The study was made on 3 sexually mature [female] white rats, 16, 14 and 17 experiments respectively. The food was 60% protein and 40% carbohydrate. The specific-dynamic action varied according to the oestrual cycle; it was highest at the time of the lowest basal metabolism values, i. e., in meta-oestrus. The lowest specific-dynamic action was 6. 5% of the basal metabolism, the highest 35. 8%.

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