HUN2201 Trace Minerals Lecture Outline

HUN2201 Trace Minerals Lecture Outline - Appendix O(Trace...

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Appendix O (Trace Minerals) I. _________ (Fe) _______________ (Fe 2+ ) - ________________ form _______________ (Fe 3+ ) - ________________ form A. Functions - _______________ transport ___________________ Myoglobin - Enzyme ________________ ___________________ of electron ______________ chain - Enzyme ________________ Need for enzyme _____________ - ________________ Function Good and ________ B. Food ________________ 1. __________ iron: better _______________ ___________ 2. _______-___________ iron Some _____________ foods ____________ foods ________________ grains 3. Other ______________ ________________ in _________ skillets C. _______________________ and ________________________ 1. _____________ into ____________________ mucosal __________ Must be in _______________ form ______________ iron _________ in ___________ Held in ______________ cell (mucosal block - ______________) _________ with cell _________________ 2. ___________________ in _____________ Picks up from _______________ cell _____________ to ________________ 3. Factors that ______________ Iron ___________________ Body Iron ______________ Low Body Iron Stores = _________ Iron Absorption _________ Body Iron Stores = _______ Iron Absorption
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Appendix O (Trace Minerals) D. ________________ and Turnover 1. Stored in _____________, ______________ - protein-_____________ _______________ Hemosiderin 2. Iron ______________ _____ tract - _________________ of _______________ cells _____________ loss ______________ losses/________________ in ________________ D. Recommended ____________ ________ values for ____________ (19-30 years) - male = ____ mg/day - male ____________ = _____ mg/day - female = _____ mg/day - female _____________ = _____ mg/day - pregnancy = _____ mg/day Typical diet: ___-___ mg/_________ kcal E. Effects of __________________ 1. _____________ of deficiency _________________ stores decreased ______________ decreased _________________ synthesis ____________: hypochromic, _______________ 2. Symptoms Weakness ____________ ________________ _____________ performance _____________ performance Anemia – may be ________ 3. Groups at _________ for Deficiency Women of ______________________ age ___________________ women _______________ and ___________________ children ___________ Athletes? _____________________? F. Effects of ____________ Iron 1. Iron ___________________ most often in _______________ swallowing __________ iron ______________________
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Appendix O (Trace Minerals) 2. Iron _________________: hemochromatosis ______________ disorder excess __________________ iron ________________ ____________ damage 3. UL = _____ mg/day 4. Hereditary ________________________ a. Origin ____________/Scottish originated ~ _________ years ago in ___________ Europe mutation in __________ ancestor - during period of _____________ - ________-poor diet - originally an __________________ b.
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