Vitamins in Animal and Human Nutrition.

By: McDowell, Lee RussellPublisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2000Copyright date: ©2000Edition: 2nd edDescription: 1 online resource (812 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780470376683Subject(s): Vitamins in human nutrition.;Vitamins in animal nutrition.;AvitaminosisGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Vitamins in Animal and Human NutritionDDC classification: 613.2/86 LOC classification: SF98.V5 -- M32 2000ebOnline resources: Click to View
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Intro -- Vitamins in Animal and Human Nutrition -- CONTENTS -- Preface -- 1. Introduction and Historical Considerations -- Definition of Vitamins -- Classification of Vitamins -- Vitamin Nomenclature -- Vitamin Requirements -- Vitamin Occurrence -- History of the Vitamins -- References -- 2. Vitamin A -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure and Properties -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- β-Carotene Function Independent of Vitamin A -- Toxicity -- References -- 3. Vitamin D -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 4. Vitamin E -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure and Properties -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 5. Vitamin K -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 6. Thiamin -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 7. Riboflavin -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 8. Niacin -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism.
Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 9. Vitamin B6 -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 10. Pantothenic Acid -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 11. Biotin -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 12. Folacin -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 13. Vitamin B12 -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 14. Choline -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure and Properties -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 15. Vitamin C -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 16. Carnitine -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure and Properties.
Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- Myo-Inositol (Inositol) -- Pyrroloquinoline Quinone (PQQ) -- p-Aminobenzoic Acid (PABA) -- Flavonoids (Polyphenols) -- Lipoic Acid (Thioctic Acid) -- Coenzyme Q (Ubiquinones) -- Vitamin B13 (Orotic Acid) -- Vitamin B15 (Pangamic Acid) -- Vitamin B17 (Laetrile) -- Vitamin H3 (Gerovital) -- Vitamin U (Cabagin) -- Glucose Tolerance Factor -- Other Vitamin-like Factors -- References -- 18. Essential Fatty Acids -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure and Properties -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism and Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 19. Vitamin Supplementation -- Introduction -- Factors Resulting in Inadequate Dietary Intakes of Vitamins -- Factors Affecting Vitamin Requirements and Utilization -- Optimum Vitamin Allowances -- Vitamin Supplementation Most Needed by Livestock -- Vitamin Supplementation for Humans -- Providing Vitamin Supplements -- Formulating Vitamin Premixes -- References -- Appendix: Vitamin Requirements of Livestock and Humans -- Feed Composition -- Metric Conversions -- A1a: Vitamin Requirements for Ruminants and Horses -- A1b: Vitamin Requirements for Monogastric Animals -- A1c: Vitamin Requirements for Humans -- A2: Composition of Important Feeds -- A3: Metric Weights and Measures with Customary Equivalents -- Index.
Summary: 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.
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Intro -- Vitamins in Animal and Human Nutrition -- CONTENTS -- Preface -- 1. Introduction and Historical Considerations -- Definition of Vitamins -- Classification of Vitamins -- Vitamin Nomenclature -- Vitamin Requirements -- Vitamin Occurrence -- History of the Vitamins -- References -- 2. Vitamin A -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure and Properties -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- β-Carotene Function Independent of Vitamin A -- Toxicity -- References -- 3. Vitamin D -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 4. Vitamin E -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure and Properties -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 5. Vitamin K -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 6. Thiamin -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 7. Riboflavin -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 8. Niacin -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism.

Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 9. Vitamin B6 -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 10. Pantothenic Acid -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 11. Biotin -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 12. Folacin -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 13. Vitamin B12 -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 14. Choline -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure and Properties -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 15. Vitamin C -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure, Properties, and Antagonists -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 16. Carnitine -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure and Properties.

Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism -- Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- Myo-Inositol (Inositol) -- Pyrroloquinoline Quinone (PQQ) -- p-Aminobenzoic Acid (PABA) -- Flavonoids (Polyphenols) -- Lipoic Acid (Thioctic Acid) -- Coenzyme Q (Ubiquinones) -- Vitamin B13 (Orotic Acid) -- Vitamin B15 (Pangamic Acid) -- Vitamin B17 (Laetrile) -- Vitamin H3 (Gerovital) -- Vitamin U (Cabagin) -- Glucose Tolerance Factor -- Other Vitamin-like Factors -- References -- 18. Essential Fatty Acids -- Introduction -- History -- Chemical Structure and Properties -- Analytical Procedures -- Metabolism and Functions -- Requirements -- Natural Sources -- Deficiency -- Supplementation -- Toxicity -- References -- 19. Vitamin Supplementation -- Introduction -- Factors Resulting in Inadequate Dietary Intakes of Vitamins -- Factors Affecting Vitamin Requirements and Utilization -- Optimum Vitamin Allowances -- Vitamin Supplementation Most Needed by Livestock -- Vitamin Supplementation for Humans -- Providing Vitamin Supplements -- Formulating Vitamin Premixes -- References -- Appendix: Vitamin Requirements of Livestock and Humans -- Feed Composition -- Metric Conversions -- A1a: Vitamin Requirements for Ruminants and Horses -- A1b: Vitamin Requirements for Monogastric Animals -- A1c: Vitamin Requirements for Humans -- A2: Composition of Important Feeds -- A3: Metric Weights and Measures with Customary Equivalents -- Index.

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.

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