|Statement||[by] E.J. Underwood.|
|LC Classifications||QP141 .U5 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 543 p.|
|Number of Pages||543|
|LC Control Number||75137611|
The complete work, Volume 2 as well as Volume 1, is highly recommended and should form part of the library of any institution engaged in human nutrition or animal husbandry." --CHEMISTRY IN AUSTRALIA "This is the first source that nutritionists, toxicologists, and biochemists would reach for to find detailed information on trace elements. The complete work, Volume 2 as well as Volume 1, is highly recommended and should form part of the library of any institution engaged in human nutrition or animal husbandry." --CHEMISTRY IN AUSTRALIA "This is the first source that nutritionists, toxicologists, and biochemists would reach for to find detailed information on trace elements.4/5(1). The next chapters explore in more detail the importance of trace elements in human and animal nutrition, touching on topics such as absorption and excretion in the body, deficiency, and toxicity. The book concludes by discussing the interrelationships between plants, man and his domestic animals, and the soil, with emphasis on the link between Book Edition: 1. Trace elements also known as trace minerals, are the chemical components that naturally occur in soil, plant, and wildlife in minute concentrations.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Underwood, Eric J. (Eric John), Trace elements in human and animal nutrition. New York, Academic Press, Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (70K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Trace Elements in Human and Animal Nutrition focuses on trace elements and their nutritional significance to humans and domestic animals. The trace elements covered include copper, molybdenum, iron, cobalt, nickel, zinc, manganese, iodine, fluorine, selenium, aluminum, arsenic, barium, strontium, boron, bromine, silicon, and vanadium. This book is organized into . Abstract. A number of trace elements are required by man, but clear-cut evidence of deficiency has been observed for only iodine and iron. Despite the fact no evidence exists that human diets may be deficient in trace minerals other than iron and iodine, there is an increasing tendency to add more and more minerals to vitamin-mineral by: 1.
Each trace element is thus a law unto itself and as such it demands specialist attention. All this needs to be said to underline the remarkable achievement of Professor Underwood in producing the third edition of "Trace Elements in Human and Animal Nutrition animal nutrition Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details". In successfully Cited by: 4. Trace elements in human and animal nutrition: by E J Underwood, Academic Press, New York. Fourth Edition pp £ ISBN 0‐12‐‐7Cited by: 2. Download Citation | Trace Elements in Human and Animal Nutrition: Fifth Edition | From the Preface The major change in the format of the fifth edition is the presentation of the book in two. Trace Elements and Other Essential Nutrients. Clinical Application of Tissue Mineral Analysis. $ (includes shipping) A landmark book on health, disease and nutrition. This hardcover tome discusses trace elements in great detail, pinpointing their role in sickness and in health.