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water, metabolic


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water, metabolic

water, metabolic

metabolic water production

metabolic water production

Effect of Age on Body Water and Resting Metabolic Rate

Vertical distribution of metabolically active eukaryotes in the water column and sediments of the Black Sea

Metabolic responses to water deficit in two Eucalyptus globulus clones with contrasting drought sensitivity

Metabolic inhibition of root water flow in red‐osier dogwood (Cornus stolonifera) seedlings

Seasonal body composition, water turnover, and field metabolic rates in porcupines (Erethizon dorsatum) in Alaska

Dynamics of biofilm formation in drinking water: phylogenetic affiliation and metabolic potential of single cells assessed by formazan reduction and in situ hybridization

Evidence and characteristics of a diverse and metabolically active microbial community in deep subsurface clay borehole water

Profiles of bacterial community composition and metabolic potential through a plug-flow bioreactor fed with lake water

Polyols in grape berry: transport and metabolic adjustments as a physiological strategy for water-deficit stress tolerance in grapevine

Leaf responses of micropropagated apple plants to water stress: nonstructural carbohydrate composition and regulatory role of metabolic enzymes

Causes of decreased photosynthetic rate and metabolic capacity in water-deficient leaf cells: a critical evaluation of mechanisms and integration of processes

Initial water deficit effects on Lupinus albus photosynthetic performance, carbon metabolism, and hormonal balance: metabolic reorganization prior to early stress responses

Metabolic changes of the Antarctic green alga Prasiola crispa subjected to water stress investigated by in vivo 31P NMR

Transport and metabolic degradation of hydrogen peroxide in Chara corallina: model calculations and measurements with the pressure probe suggest transport of H2O2 across water channels

 

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Produced in the body by the oxidation of foods. 100 g of fat produces 107.1 g; 100 g of starch 55.1 g; and 100 g of protein 41.3 g of water. See also water balance.

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