|Statement||edited by J.C. Waterlow and J.M.L. Stephen.|
|Contributions||Waterlow, J. C., Stephen, J. M. L., Rank Prize Funds.|
|LC Classifications||QP561 .N57 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 558 p. :|
|Number of Pages||558|
|LC Control Number||81196114|
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Book Description. Although the basic evolutionary patterns of nitrogen metabolism and excretion have been outlined for decades, there has been a resurgence of research activity in the past 15 years. Research in nitrogen metabolism has been stimulated in the area of acid-base balance. The nitrogen excreted is equal to the nitrogen ingested. The animal is said to be in nitrogen balance-, one can define the quantity of nitrogen to be supplied through diet to cover exactly the metabolic requirements of the organism and maintain the (adult) animal in nitrogen balance; this is called the “protein minimum” (in man, about 1 g. Energy metabolism; Amino acids and other nitrogenous compounds; Electrolytes; Comparative water metabolism in animals: protozoa to man. From inside the book What people are saying - . Nitrogen in the Environment provides a wholistic perspective and comprehensive treatment of nitrogen. The scope of this book is diverse covering a range of topics and issues related to furthering our understanding of nitrogen in the environment at farm and national levels. Issues of nitrogen from its effects on crops and human nutrition to.
Nutrient Metabolism, Second Edition, provides a comprehensive overview of the supply and use of nutrients in the human body and how the body regulates rs detail the principles determining digestion and absorption of food ingredients and how these compounds and their metabolites get into the brain, cross the placenta and pass through the kidneys. Nitrogen cycle. Atmospheric nitrogen cannot be used directly by plants and animals. Nitrogen needs to get converted to nitrogenous compounds. This process is. Urea is the main end product of nitrogen metabolism. Urea was first discovered by German chemist Friedrich Wohler in while he was trying to make ammonium cyanate from from silver cyanide and ammonium chloride. The proportions of nitrogen, aromatic compounds and phosphorus metabolism in the BIOLAK sludge were %, % and %, respectively, .