What Your Microbiome Wants for Dinner - Issue 31: Stress - Nautilus
2017.01.04
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«The stomach might better be called a dissolver, the small intestine an absorber, and the colon a transformer. These distinct functions help explain why microbial communities of the stomach, small intestine, and colon are as different from one another as a river and a forest. Just as physical conditions like temperature, moisture, and sun strongly influence the plant and animal communities that one sees on a hike from a mountain peak to the valley below, the same holds true along the length of the digestive tract.»

What Your Microbiome Wants for Dinner - Issue 31: Stress - Nautilus

January 4, 2017 at 06:02PM

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