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Protein Nutrient

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! In nutrition, proteins are broken down in the stomach during digestion by enzymes know... Weiterlesen
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! In nutrition, proteins are broken down in the stomach during digestion by enzymes known as proteases into smaller polypeptides to provide amino acids for the organism, including the essential amino acids that the organism cannot biosynthesize itself. Aside from their role in protein synthesis, amino acids are also important nutritional sources of nitrogen. Proteins contain 16.8 kilojoules (4 kilocalories) per gram as opposed to lipids which contain 37.8 kilojoules (9 kilocalories) and alcohols which contain 29.4 kilojoules (7 kilocalories). These numbers are averages, as each protein is slightly different (range roughly 3.5-4.5). The liver, and to a much lesser extent the kidneys, can convert amino acids used by cells in protein biosynthesis into glucose by a process known as gluconeogenesis. The amino acids leucine and lysine are exceptions.

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Titel: Protein Nutrient
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EAN: 9786130349066
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Biologie
Anzahl Seiten: 112
Gewicht: 185g
Größe: H7mm x B220mm x T150mm