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di tecnica , francese, inglese che posso portare?
in geografia:l'africa storia :età giolittiana........ help!!!!!!!
- xyzLv 51 decennio faRisposta preferita
di tecnica puoi portare la malnutrizione e la piramide alimentare se parli dell'africa in geografia.
in inglese puoi portare qst brano sulla malnutrizione
Malnutrition is a general term for a medical condition caused by an improper or inadequate diet and nutrition.According to the World Health Organization, hunger and malnutrition are the single gravest threats to the world's public health and malnutrition is by far the biggest contributor to child mortality, present in half of all cases.
In addition to infant mortality risks, lifelong malnutrition can begin in utero and is typically associated with the mother's stature (associated with her childhood nutritional status), her nutritional status prior to conception, and diarrheal disease, intestinal parasites, and/or respiratory infection status. Multiple studies have shown that nutritional status of adults is substantially influenced by their nutritional experience from conception through early childhood. Even if individuals have had adequate nutrition from childhood on, their health outcomes are still impacted. 
Causes of Malnutrition
In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, the English economist Thomas Malthus noted how increases in food production were likely to occur along a slow arithmetic progression due to the law of diminishing returns while population growth follows much faster, geometric progressions. His theory argued that this lag in productivity caused food shortages, that it would lead to famines worldwide as humans surpassed the carrying capacity of the land, and that it would create checks on socio-cultural systems in the forms of poverty and misery as humans would earn and live off of just enough to subsist and survive. This Malthusian argument has long since been refuted on several grounds but has nonetheless served as a backdrop for understanding of the causes of malnutrition.
The actual causes of malnutrition can be varied and complex and are difficult to encapsulate in a single theory. Certainly, as Malthus suggests, lack of agricultural productivity combined with increases in population can cause and are often correlated to malnutrition. Over-cultivation, overgrazing, and deforestation lead to desertification or otherwise impoverished soils that can not support crops or cattle for subsistence agriculture but this scenario only accounts for malnutrition in certain, specific instances and does not consider larger social issues such as the influence of political inequality. Further, malnutrition can stem from impacts of natural disasters, from the results of conflict and war, as an impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic as a consequence of other health issues such as diarrheal disease or chronic illness  from lack of education regarding proper nutrition, or from countless other potential factors.
Various scales of analysis also have to be considered in order to determine the sociopolitical causes of malnutrition. For example, the population of a community may be at risk if it lacks health-related services, but on a smaller scale certain households or individuals may be at even higher risk due to differences in income levels, access to land, or levels of education . Also within the household, there may be differences in levels of malnutrition between men and women, and these differences have been shown to vary significantly from one region to another with problem areas showing relative deprivation of women . Children and the elderly tend to be especially susceptible. Approximately 27 percent of children under 5 in developing world are malnourished, and in these developing countries, malnutrition claims about half of the 10 million deaths each year of children under 5.
di francese puoi portare qst sempre sulla malnutrizione
La malnutrition désigne un état pathologique causé par la déficience ou l'excès d’un ou plusieurs nutriments.
Un apport alimentaire inadapté peut provenir d'une nourriture en mauvaise quantité (apport calorique insuffisant ou, au contraire, excessif) ou de mauvaise qualité (carences nutritionnelles ou excès de graisses...) ; d'autres facteurs, notamment psychologiques et pathologiques, interviennent également.
Dans les pays en développement, le plus grand problème nutritionnel est la sous-alimentation, due à un apport calorique insuffisant. Mais partout dans le monde, diverses formes de malnutrition existent, débouchant notamment sur l'obésité et sur de graves carences. La malnutrition a ainsi été appelée la « faim invisible » ou « faim cachée » (hidden hunger en anglais) par les Nations unies, affectant deux milliards de personnes souffrant de carences en sels minéraux et en vitamines, pouvant provoquer des maladies mortelles.
Définition: La malnutrition doit être définie comme une pathologie, et non comme un état. Il s'agit d'une pathologie systémique aux conséquences multiples et d'étiologies tout aussi variées. L'idée d'u
- Cris ♥Lv 41 decennio fa
inglese porta l'apartheid, sud africa, nelson mandela o una colonia inglese africana
francese porta il marocco visto che lÃ¬ si parla anche francese ed era una sua colonia
tecnina energia nucleare o geotermica
- Anonimo1 decennio fa
tecnica energia nucleare francese non te posso aiuta xk nn so cosa avete ftt e inglese anche