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what i vit A called?
retinol
what is vit d called?
calciferol
what is vit e called?
tocopherol
what is vitamin k called?
menadione
what is vit b1 called?
thiamine
what is vit b2 called?
riboflavin
what is vitamin b3 called?
niacin
what is vit b5 called?
pantothenic acid
what is vit b6 called?
pyridoxine
what is vit b9 called?
folic acid
what is vit b12 called?
cobalamin
what is vit c called?
ascorbic acid
what is vit h called?
biotin
what are good sources of vit a(retinol)?
fruits, veggies, liver, dairy foods
what is vit a (retinol)'s function?
visual pigments
what are sx of vit a (retinol) def?
night blindness, damage to mucus membranes
what are sources of vit d (calciferol)?
fortified milk, fish oils, sunshine
what is vit d (calciferol)'s function?
absorption of calcium and phosphorous
what are sx of vit d (calciferol) def?
rickets, osteomalacia
what are sources of vit e (tocopherol)?
meat, dairy, whole grains
what is vit e (tocopherol)'s function?
muscle maintenance
prevents oxidation of cellular components
what is vit k (menadione)'s source?
intestinal bacteria, liver
what are sx of vit e (tocopheral) def?
anemia
what is the function of vit k (menadione)?
blood clotting
what are sx of vit k (menadione) def?
blood clotting problems (in newborns)
what is the source of vitb1 (thiamine)?
liver, legumes, whole grains, yeast
what is the function of vit b1 (thiamine)?
coenzyme in cellular respiration
what are sx of vit b1 (thiamine) def?
beriberi, loss of appetite, fatigue
what is the source of vit b2 (riboflavin)?
dairy, organs meats, eggs, green leafy veggies
what is the function of vit b2 (riboflavin)?
coenzyme in cellular respiration (FAD & FMN)
what are sx of vit b2 (riboflavin) def?
lesion in corners of the mouth
what is a source of b3 (niacin)?
meat, fowl, liver, yeast
what is the function of vit b3 (niacin)?
coenzyme in cellular respiration (in FAD and FMN)
what are sx of vit b3 (niacin) def?
pellagra, skin disorders, diarrhea, mental disorders.
what are good sources of vit b5 (pantothenic acid)?
liver, eggs, meat
what is the function of vit b5 (pantothenic acid)?
in acetyl coA
what are sx of def of vit b5 (pantothenic acid)?
adrenal problems, reproductive problems
what is a good source of vit b6 (pyridoxine)?
liver, whole grains, dairy
what is the function of vit b6 (pyridoxine)?
coenzyme in amino acid metabolism
what are sx of vit b6 (pyridoxine) def?
anemia, slow growth, skin problems, convulsions
what is a good source of vit b9 (folic acid)?
vegetables, eggs, liver, whole grains
what is the function of vit b9 (folic acid)?
coenzyme in formation of heme and nucleotides
what are sx of vit b9 (folic acid) def?
anemia
what is a good source of vit b12 (cobalamin)?
pernicious anemia
what is the function of vit b12 (cobalamin)?
coenzyme in formation of nucleic acids and proteins and in red blood cell formation
what are the sx of vit b12 (cobalamin) def?
pernicious anemia
what is a good source of vit c (ascorbic acid)?
citrus, tomatoes, potatoes
what is the function of vit c (ascorbic acid)?
aids formation of connective tissues, prevents oxidation of cellular constituents
what are sx of vit c (ascorbic acid) def?
scurvy, slow healing, poor bone growth
what is a good source of vit h (biotin)?
liver, yeast, bacteria in the gut
what is the function of vit h (biotin)?
in coenzyme
what are sx of vit h (biotin) def?
skin problems, loss of hair
which vitamins are fat-soluble?
A, D, E K
which vitamins are water soluble?
b1, b2, b3, b5, b6, b9, b12, c, h