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Vitamins in Animal and Human Nutrition 2nd Edition [Kõva köide]

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  • Ilmumisaeg: 10-Aug-2000
  • Kirjastus: Iowa State University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0813826306
  • ISBN-13: 9780813826301
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 794 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 238x165x51 mm, kaal: 1974 g, photographs, index
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  • Kirjastus: Iowa State University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0813826306
  • ISBN-13: 9780813826301
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A textbook and extensive reference for research and extension specialists, feed manufacturers, and teachers and students in those fields. McDowell (animal science, U. of Florida-Gainesville) defines the vitamins and describes their discovery, history, and relationship to various diseases and deficiencies. He also discusses their chemical structure, properties, and antagonists; analytical procedures; metabolism; functions; requirements; sources; supplementation; and toxicity. Coverage includes essential fatty acids. This is a complete revision of the 1989 edition, published with a slightly different title by Academic Press; for example, most of the references were published in the intervening years. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Vitamins in Animal and Human Nutrition contains concise, up-to-date information on vitamin nutrition for both animals and humans. The author defines these nutrients and describes their fascinating discovery, history and relationship to various diseases and deficiencies. Discussion of vitamins also includes their chemical structure, properties and antagonists; analytical procedures; metabolism; functions; requirements; sources; supplementation and toxicity. Vitamin-like substances, essential fatty acids and vitamin supplementation considerations are also examined.


This book will be useful worldwide as a textbook and as an authoritative reference for research and extension specialists, feed manufacturers, teachers, students and others. It provides a well-balanced approach to both animal and clinical human nutrition and compares chemical, metabolic and functional aspects of vitamins and their practical and applied considerations. A unique feature of the book is its description of the implications of vitamin deficiencies and excesses and the conditions that might occur in human and various animal species.

Preface xv
Introduction and Historical Considerations
Definition of Vitamins
3(1)
Classification of Vitamins
4(1)
Vitamin Nomenclature
5(1)
Vitamin Requirements
6(1)
Vitamin Occurrence
7(1)
History of the Vitamins
7(6)
References
13(2)
Vitamin A
Introduction
15(1)
History
16(2)
Chemical Structure and Properties
18(3)
Analytical Procedures
21(1)
Metabolism
22(6)
Functions
28(11)
Requirements
39(4)
Natural Sources
43(5)
Deficiency
48(21)
Supplementation
69(6)
β-Carotene Function Independent of Vitamin A
75(3)
Toxicity
78(4)
References
82(9)
Vitamin D
Introduction
91(1)
History
91(3)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
94(1)
Analytical Procedures
95(2)
Metabolism
97(6)
Functions
103(8)
Requirements
111(4)
Natural Sources
115(2)
Deficiency
117(17)
Supplementation
134(6)
Toxicity
140(7)
References
147(8)
Vitamin E
Introduction
155(1)
History
155(2)
Chemical Structure and Properties
157(3)
Analytical Procedures
160(1)
Metabolism
161(3)
Functions
164(6)
Requirements
170(4)
Natural Sources
174(4)
Deficiency
178(29)
Supplementation
207(9)
Toxicity
216(1)
References
217(10)
Vitamin K
Introduction
227(1)
History
227(2)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
229(2)
Analytical Procedures
231(1)
Metabolism
232(3)
Functions
235(4)
Requirements
239(3)
Natural Sources
242(2)
Deficiency
244(10)
Supplementation
254(4)
Toxicity
258(1)
References
259(6)
Thiamin
Introduction
265(1)
History
265(2)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
267(2)
Analytical Procedures
269(1)
Metabolism
269(2)
Functions
271(3)
Requirements
274(4)
Natural Sources
278(2)
Deficiency
280(21)
Supplementation
301(4)
Toxicity
305(1)
References
305(6)
Riboflavin
Introduction
311(1)
History
311(1)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
312(2)
Analytical Procedures
314(1)
Metabolism
315(2)
Functions
317(4)
Requirements
321(3)
Natural Sources
324(2)
Deficiency
326(14)
Supplementation
340(2)
Toxicity
342(1)
References
342(5)
Niacin
Introduction
347(1)
History
347(3)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
350(1)
Analytical Procedures
350(1)
Metabolism
351(4)
Functions
355(2)
Requirements
357(3)
Natural Sources
360(2)
Deficiency
362(14)
Supplementation
376(3)
Toxicity
379(1)
References
380(5)
Vitamin B6
Introduction
385(1)
History
385(1)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
386(2)
Analytical Procedures
388(1)
Metabolism
389(2)
Functions
391(3)
Requirements
394(3)
Natural Sources
397(2)
Deficiency
399(10)
Supplementation
409(3)
Toxicity
412(1)
References
413(6)
Pantothenic Acid
Introduction
419(1)
History
419(1)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
420(2)
Analytical Procedures
422(1)
Metabolism
423(1)
Functions
424(2)
Requirements
426(3)
Natural Sources
429(1)
Deficiency
430(9)
Supplementation
439(2)
Toxicity
441(1)
References
441(4)
Biotin
Introduction
445(1)
History
445(1)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
446(2)
Analytical Procedures
448(1)
Metabolism
448(2)
Functions
450(2)
Requirements
452(2)
Natural Sources
454(1)
Deficiency
455(16)
Supplementation
471(3)
Toxicity
474(1)
References
475(4)
Folacin
Introduction
479(1)
History
480(1)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
481(3)
Analytical Procedures
484(1)
Metabolism
485(2)
Functions
487(3)
Requirements
490(4)
Natural Sources
494(1)
Deficiency
495(17)
Supplementation
512(3)
Toxicity
515(1)
References
516(7)
Vitamin B12
Introduction
523(1)
History
523(3)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
526(2)
Analytical Procedures
528(1)
Metabolism
529(3)
Functions
532(3)
Requirements
535(3)
Natural Sources
538(2)
Deficiency
540(18)
Supplementation
558(1)
Toxicity
558(1)
References
559(6)
Choline
Introduction
565(1)
History
565(1)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
566(1)
Analytical Procedures
567(1)
Metabolism
568(3)
Functions
571(3)
Requirements
574(2)
Natural Sources
576(2)
Deficiency
578(10)
Supplementation
588(4)
Toxicity
592(1)
References
592(5)
Vitamin C
Introduction
597(1)
History
597(3)
Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists
600(1)
Analytical Procedures
601(1)
Metabolism
602(2)
Functions
604(5)
Requirements
609(2)
Natural Sources
611(2)
Deficiency
613(14)
Supplementation
627(6)
Toxicity
633(1)
References
634(7)
Carnitine
Introduction
641(1)
History
641(1)
Chemical Structure and Properties
641(1)
Analytical Procedures
642(1)
Metabolism
642(2)
Functions
644(1)
Requirements
645(1)
Natural Sources
646(1)
Deficiency
647(6)
Supplementation
653(2)
Toxicity
655(1)
References
655(4)
Vitamin-like Substances
Introduction
659(1)
Myo-Inositol (Inositol)
660(6)
Pyrroloquinoline Quinone (PQQ)
666(1)
p-Aminobenzoic Acid (PABA)
667(1)
Flavonoids (Polyphenols)
668(1)
Lipoic Acid (Thioctic Acid)
669(1)
Coenzyme Q (Ubiquinones)
669(1)
Vitamin B13 (Orotic Acid)
670(1)
Vitamin B15 (Pangamic Acid)
670(1)
Vitamin B17 (Laetrile)
670(1)
Vitamin H3 (Gerovital)
671(1)
Vitamin U (Cabagin)
671(1)
Glucose Tolerance Factor
671(1)
Other Vitamin-like Factors
671(2)
References
673(2)
Essential Fatty Acids
Introduction
675(1)
History
675(1)
Chemical Structure and Properties
676(2)
Analytical Procedures
678(1)
Metabolism and Functions
679(10)
Requirements
689(4)
Natural Sources
693(2)
Deficiency
695(9)
Supplementation
704(4)
Toxicity
708(1)
References
708(5)
Vitamin Supplementation
Introduction
713(1)
Factors Resulting in Inadequate Dietary Intakes of Vitamins
714(6)
Factors Affecting Vitamin Requirements and Utilization
720(3)
Optimum Vitamin Allowances
723(4)
Vitamin Supplementation Most Needed by Livestock
727(5)
Vitamin Supplementation for Humans
732(3)
Providing Vitamin Supplements
735(6)
Formulating Vitamin Premixes
741(1)
References
742(6)
Appendix: Vitamin Requirements of Livestock and Humans; Feed Composition; Metric Conversions
A1a: Vitamin Requirements for Ruminants and Horses
748(10)
A1b: Vitamin Requirements for Monogastric Animals
750(6)
A1c: Vitamin Requirements for Humans
756(2)
A2: Composition of Important Feeds
758(4)
A3: Metric Weights and Measures with Customary Equivalents
762(1)
Index 763


Lee Russell McDowell is the author of Vitamins in Animal and Human Nutrition, 2nd Edition, published by Wiley.

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