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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Publications 1985
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Dintzis, F.R., P.R. Watson, and H.H. Sandstead. Mineral contents of brans passed through the human GI tract. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 41: 901-908, 1985.

Halas, E.S. Comparing the effects of mild and severe perinatal zinc deficiency on memory and learning in adult rats. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-5, Edited by C.F. Mills, I. Bremner, and J.K. Chesters, CAB, Farnham Royal, United Kingdom, pp. 222-225, 1985.

Henriksen, L.K., J.R. Mahalko, and L.K. Johnson. Canned foods: Appropriate in trace element studies? J. Am. Diet. Assoc. 85: 563-568, 1985.

Johnson, P.E. and T.L. Starks. Chelation of iron in plant nutrient solutions. J. Nutr. 115: 292, 1985. (Letter)

Johnson, W.T. and W.K. Canfield. Intestinal absorption and excretion of zinc in streptozotocin-diabetic rats as affected by dietary zinc and protein. J. Nutr. 115: 1217-1227, 1985.

Klevay, L.M. Atrial thrombosis, abnormal electrocardiograms and sudden death in mice due to copper deficiency. Atherosclerosis 54: 213-224, 1985.

Klevay, L.M. Cholesterotropic and cuprotropic chemicals. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-5, Edited by C.F. Mills, I. Bremner, and J.K. Chesters, CAB, Farnham Royal, United Kingdom, pp. 180-183, 1985.

Klevay, L.M., D.B. Milne, and J.C. Wallwork. Comparison of some indices of copper deficiency in growing rats. Nutr. Rept. Int. 31: 963-971, 1985.

Kramer, T.R., M. Briske-Anderson, S.B. Johnson, and R.T. Holman. Zinc deficiency, reduced food intake and essential fatty acids - Reply to letter by Cunnane and Horrobin. J. Nutr. 115: 502, 1985. (Letter)

Lukaski, H.C. Influence of exercise and diet on plasma lipid concentrations in healthy men and women. In Proceedings of the Texas Human Nutrition Conference, Texas A&M University, pp. 3-22, 1985.

Lukaski, H.C. Review of book "Nutrition and Physical Fitness" by G.M. Briggs and D.E. Calloway. Ecology of Food & Nutrition 16: 89-90, 1985. (Book Review)

Lukaski, H.C. and P.E. Johnson. A simple, inexpensive method of determining total body water using a tracer dose of D2O and infrared absorption of biological fluids. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 41: 363-370, 1985.

Lukaski, H.C., P.E. Johnson, W.W. Bolonchuk, and G.I. Lykken. Assessment of fat-free mass using bioelectrical impedance measurements of the human body. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 41: 810-817, 1985.

Mahalko, J.R., L.K. Johnson, S.K. Gallagher, and D.B. Milne. Comparison of dietary histories and seven-day food records in a nutritional assessment of older adults. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 42: 542-553, 1985.

Marchello, M.J., W.D. Slanger, and D.B. Milne. Macro and micro minerals from selected muscles of pork. J. Food Sci. 50: 1375-1378, 1985.

Metcoff, J., P. Costiloe, W.M. Crosby, S. Dutta, H.H. Sandstead, D. Milne, C.E. Bodwell, and S.H. Majors. Effect of food supplementation (WIC) during pregnancy on birth weight. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 41: 933-947, 1985.

Milne, D.B., N.V.C. Ralston, and J.C. Wallwork. Zinc content of blood cellular components and lymph node and spleen lymphocytes in severely zinc-deficient rats. J. Nutr. 115: 1073-1078, 1985.

Milne, D.B., N.V.C. Ralston, and J.C. Wallwork. Zinc content of cellular components of blood: Methods for cell separation and analysis evaluated. Clin. Chem. 31: 65-69, 1985.

Milne, D.B., J.C. Wallwork, and N.V.C. Ralston. Analysis of zinc in blood cellular components as a means of assessment of zinc status. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-5, Edited by C.F. Mills, I. Bremner, and J.K. Chesters, CAB, Farnham Royal, United Kingdom, pp. 593-594, 1985.

Nielsen, F.H. Effects in rats of boron deprivation and of interactions between boron and fluoride, aluminum, magnesium, or calcium. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-5, Edited by C.F. Mills, I. Bremner, and J.K. Chesters, CAB, Farnham Royal, United Kingdom, pp. 271-275, 1985.

Nielsen, F.H. Evidence for a relationship between vanadium and iron in the rat. In Proceedings of an International Symposium on Health Effects and Interactions of Essential and Toxic Elements, Edited by M. Abdulla, B.M. Nair, and R.K. Chandra, Pergamon Press, New York, Nutrition Research, Supplement I, pp. 527-530, 1985.

Nielsen, F.H. Nutrient Chart No. 10: Nickel. Nutritional Support Services 5: 42, 1985.

Nielsen, F.H. The importance of diet composition in ultratrace element research - Critical Review. J. Nutr. 115: 1239-1247, 1985.

Nielsen, F.H. Ultratrace elements: Current status. In Nutrition Update, Volume 2, Edited by J. Weininger and G.M. Briggs, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, pp. 107-126, 1985.

Reiser, S., J.C. Smith, Jr., W. Mertz, J.T. Holbrook, D.J. Scholfield, A.S. Powell, W.K. Canfield, and J.J. Canary. Indices of copper status in humans consuming a typical American diet containing either fructose or starch. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 42: 242-251, 1985.

Sandstead, H.H. Requirement of zinc in human subjects. J. Am. Coll. Nutr. 4: 73-82, 1985.

Sandstead, H.H. Zinc, brain development and function. In Proceedings of an International Symposium on Health Effects and Interactions of Essential and Toxic Elements, Edited by M. Abdulla, B.M. Nair, and R.K. Chandra, Pergamon Press, New York, Nutrition Research, Supplement I, pp. 324-330, 1985.

Sandstead, H.H. Zinc: Essentiality for brain development and function. Nutr. Rev. 43: 129-137, 1985.

Sandstead, H.H., L.K. Johnson, F.R. Dintzes, J.R. Mahalko, R.A. Jacob, D.B. Milne, and L.M. Klevay. Effects of fiber and phytate sources, and protein on mineral homeostasis. In Cereal Products in Light of Modern Research, Edited by W. Steller, pp. 65-67, 1985.

Shuler, T.R. and F.H. Nielsen. Interactions among nickel, methionine, and pyridoxine in rats: Liver content of selected trace elements. Proc. N.D. Acad. Sci. 39: 39, 1985.

Shuler, T.R. and F.H. Nielsen. Interactions among vanadium, copper and sulphur amino acids affect liver trace element content. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-5, Edited by C.F. Mills, I. Bremner, and J.K. Chesters, CAB, Farnham Royal, United Kingdom, pp. 382-384, 1985.0

Starks, T.L. and P.E. Johnson. Growth and intrinsic labeling of peanuts with Cu-65 for use in human bioavailability studies. J. Agric. Food Chem. 33: 774-775, 1985.

Starks, T.L. and P.E. Johnson. Techniques for intrinsically labeling wheat with Zn-65. J. Agric. Food Chem. 33: 691-698, 1985.

Tucker, D.M., S.L. Dawson, D.L. Roth, and J.G. Penland. Regional changes in EEG power and coherence during cognition: Intensive study of two individuals. Behav. Neuroscience 99: 564-577, 1985.

Uthus, E.O. and F.H. Nielsen. Effects in chicks of arsenic, arginine, and zinc and their interaction on body weight, plasma uric acid, plasma urea, and kidney arginase activity. Biol. Trace Element Res. 7: 11-20, 1985.

Wallwork, J.C. and J.A. Duerre. Effect of zinc deficiency on methionine metabolism, methylation reactions and protein synthesis in isolated perfused rat liver. J. Nutr. 115: 252-262, 1985.

Wallwork, J.C., S.A. Leland, and J.A. Duerre. Effects of zinc deficiency and food restriction on methylation of macromolecules and sulphur amino acid metabolism in isolated perfused livers. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-5, Edited by C.F. Mills, I. Bremner, and J.K. Chesters, CAB, Farnham Royal, United Kingdom, pp. 84-87, 1985.

Wallwork, J.C., D.B. Milne, and L.M. Klevay. Comparison of the effects of copper deficiency on aspects of catecholamine metabolism, haematopoiesis and heart physiology in the growing rat. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-5, Edited by C.F. Mills, I. Bremner, and J.K. Chesters, CAB, Farnham Royal, United Kingdom, pp. 36-39, 1985.


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