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Energy Metabolism by Patrick Christian Even (ed.)

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Energy Metabolism
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Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
ISBN-13: 9782889193080
Number of pages: 133

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Energy metabolism is central to life and altered energy expenditure is often cited as a central mechanism responsible for development of the obese phenotype. Total energy expenditure (EE) is the sum of resting EE, EE of physical activity, cold-induced thermogenesis and thermic effect of feeding.

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