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  1. Microminerals
  2. Phylloquinone & Menoquinone
  3. Tocopherols
  4. Ionic State
  5. Prohormones
  6. Water Soluble
  7. Phytochemicals
  8. Pyridoxine
  9. Folic Acid
  10. Malabsorption Syndromes
  11. Macrominerals
  12. Cholecalciferol
  13. Subclinical Deficiencies
  14. Avidin
  15. Hypervitaminosis
  16. Cobalamin
  17. Flavinuria
  18. Retinol
  19. Electrochemical Gradient
  20. Non-heme Iron
  21. Organic Compounds
  22. Nicotinic Acid
  23. Pantothenic Acid
  24. Concentration Gradient
  25. Fat Soluble
  26. Diuretics
  27. Electroytes
  28. Calciferol
  29. Heme Iron
  30. Tocotrienols
  31. Co-enzyme
  32. Thiamine
  33. Cation
  34. Riboflavin
  35. Carotenoids/Retinol
  36. Tocopherol/Tocotrienol
  37. Biotin
  38. Industrial Exposure
  1. a Difference in the concentration of solutes in a solution between two areas.
  2. b Diffusion gradient of an ion; represents the potential energy of an ion across a membrane and its tendency to move based on that membrane potential.
  3. c Precursor to a hormone(s).
  4. d Vitamin D
  5. e Positively charged ions.
  6. f Vitamin B1
  7. g Chemical substance obtained from plants that is biologically active but non-nutritive.
  8. h Able to be dissolved in water.
  9. i Minerals requires in amounts less than 15 mg/day.
  10. j Vitamin toxicity.
  11. k Vitamin B2
  12. l Vitamin A
  13. m Vitamin B9
  14. n Fat soluble alcohols with vitamin E
  15. o Vitamin B7
  16. p Exposure to something in the workplace.
  17. q Vitamin D3
  18. r Molecules with a carbon component.
  19. s A given ion's charge; positive, negative, or neutral.
  20. t Vitamin K
  21. u A compound found in raw egg albumin that inactivates biotin.
  22. v Animal derived form of Vitamin A.
  23. w Vitamin B3
  24. x Vitamin B5
  25. y Medical condition that results when the intestines cannot absorb nutrients from food.
  26. z Vitamin B6
  27. aa Compound that when paced in solution becomes an ion; regulates flow in and out of cells.
  28. ab Form of iron not bound with carrier proteins; found mainly in plant foods.
  29. ac A pharmaceutical that elevates the rate of urination.
  30. ad Vitamin B12
  31. ae Vitamin E
  32. af Minerals required in amounts of 100 mg/day or more.
  33. ag Nutrient deficiencies that don't manifest in a clinical health problem.
  34. ah An intense yellow color of the urine due to a high dose of supplement riboflavin.
  35. ai Vitamin E compounds.
  36. aj Able to be dissolved in fat.
  37. ak Form of iron bound with carrier proteins found in animal products.
  38. al Non-protein compound that forms the active portion of an enzyme system.