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The Interplay of Noxious Agents Stress and Depriva
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acid adaptation syn adaptation syndrome alarming stimuli Alorese animal become behavior beriberi biological bodily causation cause changes chapter Claude Bernard clinical medicine concept conditioned reflex deficiency disease Deprivation and Stress diet dietary disorders effect emotional deprivation emotional supplies epidemic essential nutrients etiology evidence example excess experience experimental favorable Figure foreleg function gain in weight germ theory gnosis goats growth Hirsch homeostasis homeostatic illness important increase individual infants infection influence intake internal environment laboratory metabolic mother neurosis normal noxious agents nutrition observed optimum organism pathogenic patients period physiologic premature labor premature labor rate present protein psychological public health rage ratio reaction relation relationship RENE SPITZ requirements response result scurvy second trimester Selye Selye's sheep shock signal significance social emotions social sector society specific status stimulus Stress and Deprivation stress situations stressor symptoms Theodor Schwann tion tissue toxemia toxic Vedder vitamin