The Vitamins: Chemistry, Physiology, Pathology, Methods

The Vitamins: Chemistry, Physiology, Pathology, Methods

by W. H. Sebrell, Robert S. Harris

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The Vitamins: Chemistry, Physiology, Pathology, Methods by W. H. Sebrell

The Vitamins, Second Edition, Volume III: Chemistry, Physiology, Pathology, Methods covers an understanding of how each vitamin functions in animals and plants. The book describes the chemistry, industrial production, biogenesis, biochemistry, deficiency effects, requirements, pharmacology, and pathology of choline, vitamin D group, essential fatty acids, inositols, and vitamin K group. The text also describes the occurrence and effects of vitamin deficiency and the direct evidence of disease in humans. Chemists, physiologists, pathologists, and students taking related courses will find the book useful.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781483220130
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Publication date: 04/24/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 620
File size: 9 MB

Table of Contents

Contributors to Volume III

Preface

Contents of Other Volumes

Chapter 6. Choline

I. Nomenclature and Formulas

II. Chemistry

III. Industrial Preparation

IV. Biochemical Systems

V. Specificity of Action

VI. Biogenesis

VII. Estimation

VIII. Standardization of Activity

IX. Occurrence

X. Effects of Deficiency

XI. Man

Chapter 7. Vitamin D Group

I. Nomenclature and Formulas

II. Chemistry (A-D)

II. Chemistry (E-I)

III. Industrial Preparation and Production

IV. Estimation in Foods and Food Supplements

V. Occurrence in Foods

VI. Standardization of Activity

VII. Biogenesis

VIII. Active Compounds

IX. Biochemical Systems

X. Deficiency Effects in Animals

XI. Deficiency Effects in Human Beings

XII. Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology

XIII. Requirements of Animals

XIV. Requirements of Human Beings

Chapter 8. Essential Fatty Acids

I. Nomenclature and Formulas

II. Chemistry

III. Bioassay and Active Compounds

IV. Occurrence in Foods

V. Biogenesis

VI. Biological Function

VII. Dietary Factors Affecting Essential Fatty Acid Metabolism

VIII. Deficiency Effects in Animals

IX. Deficiency Effects in Human Beings

X. Requirements of Animals and Human Beings

Chapter 9. Inositols

I. Nomenclature and Formula

II. Chemistry

III. Industrial Preparation

IV. Estimation

V. Occurrence

VI. Standardization of Activity

VII. Biogenesis

VIII. Antagonists

IX. Biochemical Systems

X. Deficiency Effects in Animals

XI. Deficiency Effects in Human Beings

XII. Pharmacology and Toxicology

XIII. Requirements of Animals

XIV. Requirements of Human Beings

Chapter 10. Vitamin K Group

I. Nomenclature and Formulas

II. Chemistry

III. Industrial Preparation

IV. Estimation in Foods and Food Supplements

V. Occurrence in Foods

VI. Standardization of Activity

VII. Biogenesis

VIII. Active Compounds and Antagonists

IX. Biochemical Systems

X. Deficiency Effects in Animals and Human Beings

XI. Pharmacology and Toxicology

XII. Requirement of Microbes and Animals

XIII. Requirements of Human Beings

Author Index

Subject Index


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