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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Publications 1991
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Bobilya, D.J., M. Briske-Anderson, L.K. Johnson, and P.G. Reeves. Zinc exchange by endothelial cells in culture. J. Nutr. Biochem. 2: 565-569, 1991.

Bolonchuk, W.W., H.C. Lukaski, and W.A. Siders. The structural, functional, and nutritional adaptation of college basketball players over a season. J. Sports Med. Phys. Fitness 31: 165-172, 1991.

Hunt, C.D. and P.E. Johnson The effects of dietary zinc on human sperm morphology and seminal mineral loss. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-7, Edited by B. Momcilovic, IMI, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, pp. 4-9 to 4-11, 1991.

Hunt, C.D., T.R. Shuler, and L.M. Mullen. Concentration of boron and other elements in human foods and personal-care products. J. Am. Diet. Assoc. 91: 558-568, 1991.

Hunt, J.R. Review of book "New Techniques in Nutritional Research, Bristol-Myers Squibb/Mead Johnson Nutrition Symposia, Volume 9" edited by R.G. Whitehead and A. Prentice. J. Am. Diet. Assoc. 91: 1350-1351, 1991. (Book Review)

Hunt, J.R., G.I. Lykken, and L.K. Mullen. Moderate and high amounts of protein from casein enhance human absorption of zinc from whole-wheat or white rolls. Nutr. Res. 11: 413-418, 1991.

Hunt, J.R., L.K. Mullen, and G.I. Lykken. Zinc retention by men and women consuming representative U.S. diets. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-7, Edited by B. Momcilovic, IMI, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, pp. 4-5 to 4-6, 1991.

Johnson, P.E. Effect of food processing and preparation on mineral utilization. In Nutritional and Toxicological Consequences of Food Processing, Edited by M. Friedman, Plenum Press, New York, pp. 483-498, 1991.

Johnson, P.E. and G.I. Lykken. Manganese and calcium absorption and balance in young women fed diets with varying amounts of manganese and calcium. J. Trace Elements Exp. Med. 4: 19-35, 1991.

Johnson, P.E., G.I. Lykken, and E.D. Korynta. Absorption and biological half-life in humans of intrinsic and extrinsic Mn-54 tracers from foods of plant origin. J. Nutr. 121: 711-717, 1991.

Johnson, P.E., R.A. Vanderpool, D.B. Milne, S.K. Mahajan, A.S. Prasad, and L.K. Mullen. Stable isotope studies of experimental zinc deficiency in adult men. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-7, Edited by B. Momcilovic, IMI, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, pp. 4-6 to 4-7, 1991.

Johnson, W.T. and S.N. Dufault. Copper deficiency alters protein kinase C mediation of thrombin-induced dense granule secretion from rat platelets. J. Nutr. Biochem. 2: 663-670, 1991.

Johnson, W.T. and J.T. Saari. Temporal changes in heart size, hematocrit and erythrocyte membrane protein in copper-deficient rats. Nutr. Res. 11: 1403-1414, 1991.

Klevay, L.M. Can copper deficiency cause ischemic heart disease? In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-7, Edited by B. Momcilovic, IMI, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, pp. 3-11 to 3-13, 1991.

Klevay, L.M. and E.S. Halas. The effects of dietary copper deficiency and psychological stress on blood pressure in rats. Physiol. Behav. 49: 309-314, 1991.

Lukaski, H.C. Assessment of body composition using tetrapolar bioelectrical impedance analysis. In New Techniques in Nutritional Research, Edited by R.G. Whitehead and A. Prentice, Academic Press, San Diego, California, pp. 303-315, 1991.

Lukaski, H.C. Bioimpedance. In Encyclopedia of Human Biology, Volume 1, Edited by R. Dulbecco, Academic Press, San Diego, California, pp. 667-674, 1991.

Lukaski, H.C. Electrical impedance offers promise of reliable body fat measures. Obesity & Health, p. 47, May/June 1991.

Lukaski, H.C. Laboratory assessment of human body composition. Obesity & Health, p. 63, July/August 1991.

Lukaski, H.C. Prospective overview. Nutrition 7: 409, 1991. (Editorial)

Lukaski, H.C., C.B. Hall, and W.A. Siders. Altered metabolic response of iron-deficient women during graded, maximal exercise. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 63: 140-145, 1991.

Milne, D.B., F.H. Nielsen, and G.I. Lykken. Effects of dietary copper and sulfur amino acids on copper homeostasis and selected indices of copper status in men. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-7, Edited by B. Momcilovic, IMI, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, pp. 5-12 to 5-13, 1991.

Muessig, K.D. and C.D. Hunt. The effects of dietary boron, vitamin D-3, and their interaction on glycolytic metabolites in chicks. Proc. N.D. Acad. Sci. 45: 25, 1991.

Nielsen, F.H. Nutritional importance of the ultratrace elements. The Nutrition Report 9: 80, 84, 88, 1991.

Nielsen, F.H. Nutritional requirements for boron, silicon, vanadium, nickel, and arsenic: Current knowledge and speculation. FASEB J. 5: 2661-2667, 1991.

Nielsen, F.H. Review of book "Lithium and Cell Physiology" edited by R.O. Bach and V.S. Gallicchio. The Quarterly Review of Biology 66: 76, 1991. (Book Review)

Nielsen, F.H. Review of book "Metal Ions in Biological Systems, Volume 26: Compendium on Magnesium and its Role in Biology, Nutrition, and Physiology" edited by H. Sigel and A. Sigel. J. Toxicology and Environmental Health 33: 249-250, 1991. (Book Review)

Nielsen, F.H. Studies on the essentiality of some elements ascribed as toxic - arsenic, boron, lead, tin and vanadium. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-7, Edited by B. Momcilovic, IMI, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, pp. 35-2 to 35-4, 1991.

Nielsen, F.H. The saga of boron in food: From a banished food preservative to a beneficial nutrient for humans. In Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology, Volume 10: Ultraviolet-B Radiation Stress, Aluminum Stress, Toxicity and Tolerance, Boron Requirements, Stress and Toxicity, Edited by D.D. Randall, D.G. Blevins, and C.D. Miles, The Interdisciplinary Plant Biochemistry and Physiology Program, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, pp. 274-286, 1991.

Nielsen, F.H. Trace and ultratrace elements in health and disease. Comprehensive Therapy 17: 20-26, 1991.

Nielsen, F.H. Trace and ultratrace elements in human health and disease. In Mineral Update '91: A Nutrition Workshop for Health Professionals, pp. 10-21, 1991.

Nielsen, F.H. Trace elements (nutrition). In Encyclopedia of Human Biology, Volume 7, Edited by R. Dulbecco, Academic Press, San Diego, California, pp. 603-613, 1991.

Nielsen, F.H. and D.B. Milne. The effect of copper deprivation on variables associated with glucose metabolism in men. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-7, Edited by B. Momcilovic, IMI, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, pp. 3-2 to 3-4, 1991.

Nielsen, F.H., L.M. Mullen, and E.J. Nielsen. Dietary boron affects blood cell counts and hemoglobin concentrations in humans. J. Trace Elem. Exp. Med. 4: 211-223, 1991.

Pekary, A.E., H.C. Lukaski, I. Mena, and J.M. Hershman. Processing of TRH precursor peptides in rat brain and pituitary is zinc dependent. Peptides 12: 1025-1032, 1991.

Reeves, P.G. and K.L. Nelson. Cis-diamminedichloroplatinum treatment and trace element metabolism in rats fed different amounts of dietary zinc and copper. In Trace Elements in Man and Animals-7, Edited by B. Momcilovic, IMI, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, pp. 24-8 to 24-9, 1991.

Reeves, P.G. and K.L. Nelson. Effect of zinc pretreatment on cisplatin toxicity and trace element metabolism in rats. J. Trace Elements Exp. Med. 4: 89-101, 1991.

Saari, J.T. and D.M. Medeiros. Effect of dimethyl sulfoxide on enlarged hearts of copper-deficient rats. Biol. Trace Element Res. 31: 249-263, 1991.

Shuler, T.R. and F.H. Nielsen. The modification of rat bone mineral composition by changes in dietary arginine, methionine, boron and potassium. Proc. N.D. Acad. Sci. 45: 27, 1991.

Siders, W.A., W.W. Bolonchuk, and H.C. Lukaski. Effects of participation in a collegiate sport season on body composition. J. Sports Med. Phys. Fitness 31: 571-576, 1991.

Siders, W.A., H.C. Lukaski, W.W. Bolonchuk, and C.B. Hall. The frequency distribution of somatotype in a sample. Proc. N.D. Acad. Sci. 45: 28, 1991.


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