Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
716
Utgivningsdatum
2011-12-16
Upplaga
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1981
Förlag
Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
Medarbetare
Gawthorne, J. (ed.), Howell, J. McC. (ed.), White, C. L. (ed.)
Illustrationer
XVI, 716 p.
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Paperback / softback
ISBN
9783642682711
Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals (häftad)

Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals

Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals (TEMA-4), held in Perth, Western Australia 11-15 May 1981

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The Fourth International Symposium on Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals (TE~1A-4), was held in the Sheraton Hotel, Perth, Western Australia from May 11 to 15, 1981. One of the aims of TEMA-l, which was held in Aberdeen in 1969, had been to promote a meeting at which involved scientists from a variety of disciplines would be given the opportunity to present and discuss recent research findings. It was our intention to maintain this aim. We also intended to continue the initiative taken at TEMA-3, held in Freising-Weihenstephan in 1977, which was to encourage participation by our colleagues in human medicine. We feel that a pleasing degree of success was achieved for both these aims. The decision to hold TEMA-4 in Perth was made at the TEMA-3 meeting in 1977. The International Guiding Committee wished to acknowledge the significant body of work on trace element metabolism and disorders that had been undertaken in Australia.
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Introductory Lecture.- Eric John Underwood, FRS; A Colleague, Mentor and Friend.- Trace Element Status and Requirements.- Trace Element Needs of Species in Relation to Body Size.- The Dietary Intake of Trace Elements in Sweden.- Copper and Zinc Status of Parenteral Nutrition Patients.- Glutathione Peroxidase and Selenium Status.- Selenium in Platelets of Children with Low Selenium State.- Selenium Status of Seven IVH Patients.- Soil Type and Cattle Blood Selenium Levels in the North Island of New Zealand.- Some Aspects of a Survey into Selenium Deficiency in Cattle in Northern California.- Effects of Hormonal Changes on the Selenium and Glutathione Peroxidase Levels in the Rat.- The Selenium Status of Horses in Western Australia.- Cu, Mo, S, Zn Periodontitis in Brazilian Cattle.- Mineral Status of Cattle in Tropical Lowlands of Bolivia.- Mineral Status of Grazing Farm Animals in Malaysia.- Defining a Diagnostic Plasma Vitamin B12 Concentration for Cattle.- Iodine Status and Thyroid Activity of White-Tailed Deer.- Copper Status of Cattle in the South East of South Australia.- Trace Element Balance Studies and Homeostasis.- Method of Trace Metal Balance in Children.- Dietary Zinc and the Output and Composition of Faeces.- Interpretation of Trace Element Balance in Adult TPN.- The Intake and Urinary Excretion of Electrolytes and Trace Elements.- Changes in the Metabolism (Retention, Absorption, Excretion) of Copper, Zinc, and Manganese in Gravidity and Lactation.- The Roles of the Liver and Gut in Mn Homeostasis in Cattle.- The Quantities of Zn, Cu, Mn and Fe Secreted in the Parotid and Mandibular Salivas of Sheep Fed Lucerne Chaff or Perennial Ryegrass.- Zinc Metabolism in Sheep given a Hay Diet.- Effect of Dietary Tin on Human Mineral Utilization.- The Availability, Absorption and Retention of Trace Elements.- Improvement of Zinc Bioavailability in Cereal Grains.- Influence of Dietary Protein on Zinc Availability from Bread in Rats.- Effect of Dehulling on Zinc Availability of Field Beans.- A Vascular Perfusion Technique for the Study of Zinc Absorption.- Zinc Absorption by Vascularly Perfused Small Intestine.- Absorption of Zinc and Manganese in Relation to Age.- In Vitro Interaction of Phytate with Trace Elements.- Tissue Copper Retention or Loss in Young Growing Cattle.- Genetic and Dietary Factors in Cu Accumulation by Sheep.- Copper Dependent Enzymes in Mottled Mouse Mutants.- Mechanism and Regulation of Intestinal Copper Absorption.- Complex Speciation for Absorption and Excretion.- Metal Binding by Infused Chelates.- Low Molecular Weight Metal Compounds in Edible Plants.- Modified Food Starch Ingestion in Hamsters and Rats : Effects of Magnesium and Calcium.- Metabolic Patterns of Arsenic as Studied by Neutron Activation Analysis and Radiotracer Methods.- Biopotency of Selenium for Glutathione Peroxidase Synthesis.- Dietary Selenium and Rat Platelet Glutathione Peroxidase.- Trace Element Supplementation.- Field Studies with Trace Element Metering Devices.- Effect of Copper Supplementation on Fertility in Heifers.- Hypocuprosis in Cattle in Central Queensland, Australia.- Oxidised Copper Wire for Oral Copper Therapy in Cattle.- Treatment of Cobalt Deficiency in Calves.- Controlled Release Glasses for Selenium Supplementation.- Effect of Zn-Containing Pellets on Selenium Pellet Function.- Effect of Selenium and Vitamin E on Calf Weight Gains.- Selenium and Vitamin E for Weanling Swine.- Selenium and Tocopherol Treatment of Ovine Weaner Nutritional Myopathy.- The Effect of Se Grain-size on the Efficacy of Selenium Pellets.- Optimum Se Grain size for Selenium Pellets.- Intensive Grazing Practices and Selenium and Vitamin B12 Nutrition of Sheep.- Effect of Supplemental Selenium on the Performance and 75Se Metabolism in Chicks.- A New Method for Preventing Iron Deficiency Anaemia in Piglets.- The Retention and Distribution of 59Fe in Chicks with Fowl Typhoid Given Diets Containing Added Iron in Different Forms.- Zinc, Copper a