# Browse by Subject "Health Sciences, Nutrition"

• (1995)
The search for possible in vivo functions of carotenoids has been complicated by the fact that answers to many basic questions concerning carotenoid absorption, transport, and subcellular distribution are not well defined.

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• (1993)
Research was conducted to develop strategies for alleviating the depression in milk protein percentage that is associated with feeding supplemental fat to lactating dairy cows. In experiment one, it was hypothesized that ...

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• (1982)
Vitamin A and thyroid hormone metabolism was investigated in subjects with anorexia nervosa. Subjects referred to the Eating Disorders Clinic were selected for the study if they had experienced a weight loss of (GREATERTHEQ) ...

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• (1975)

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• (1979)

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• (1981)
The present study was undertaken to determine the influence of chronic alcohol ingestion on the maternal organism and the fetus under conditions of nutritional adequacy and the effects of chronic ethanol ingestion and/or ...

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• (1994)
This investigation examined the magnitude and pattern of change in select measures of body size and composition in obese women who were on a high protein-very low calorie diet at two levels of caloric intake for twelve ...

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• (1968)

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• (1986)
Triglyceride-rich liver and hypertriglyceridemia occur in offspring of iron-deficient rats. Mechansims responsible for the altered lipid metabolism have not been fully determined. The hypothesis proposed in this thesis was ...

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• (1985)
Attempts to explain the basis for permanent growth retardations often focus on the cell number/cell size hypothesis. According to this hypothesis, undernutrition produces irreversible effects if and only if it occurs during ...

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• (1978)

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• (1989)
Nutrition information about fat, sodium, cholesterol, and calories was presented to customers in four cafeteria settings (hospital, dormitory, university staff, and worksite cafeterias). The effect of presenting that ...

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• (1995)
Metabolic and behavioral mechanisms have been implicated in the development of adaptive strategies to suboptimal nutrition. However, very little is known about the underlying endocrine mechanisms involved in this adaptation. ...

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• (1980)
The present study was designed to investigate the combined effects of two stresses, ultrasonic energy exposure and maternal nutritional deprivation, on both maternal and fetal organisms in mice with a view towards assessing ...

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• (1995)
These studies utilized the preruminant calf animal model to compare the absorption, serum appearance and lipoprotein transport of several carotenoids commonly found in the human diet. In addition, this work examined the ...

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• (1993)
The purposes of this cross-sectional study were to determine whether exercisers had greater bone mass than non-exercisers, and among exercisers, whether aerobic dancers had greater bone mass than walkers. Another purpose ...

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• (1972)

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• (1994)
The North American Black Bear (Ursus americanus) fasts for five months in the winter. While maintaining body temperature at 35$\sp\circ$C, the bear requires no food or water and does not urinate or defecate. Anabolic ...

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