Magee, Aden C.

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An attempt to isolate the precursors of off flavor in oxidized dehydrated sweet potato flakes 1971 712 Recent studies of the development of "off flavor" in dehydrated sweet potato flakes have implicated a lipid fraction containing a small amount of carotenoid epoxide. The fraction also appeared to contain other compounds which could be the precursors ...
An evaluation of broad bean, Vicia faba, and whole wheat combinations for growth, development, and maintenance of rats 1981 397 The purpose of this study was to compare growth, development, and maintenance of young and adult rats fed whole-wheat and broad-bean protein combinations. Criteria used to evaluate the nutritive value of the protein combinations for young animals inc...
Effects of iron and zinc supplements on bioavailability of iron, copper, and zinc in young rats fed high fiber diets 1983 119 The effects of iron and zinc supplements on growth and on trace mineral parameters of young rats fed high levels of fiber were studied. The sources for fiber were Kellogg's all-bran, Quaker corn bran, Kellogg's Most, and Ener-G rice bran. Animals fed...
In vivo and in vitro effects of retinoids on the histological changes in colorectal tissue 1984 163 The purpose of this study was to determine the histological changes induced by high physiological levels of dietary retinoids on rat colorectal tissue in vivo and on human colorectal adenomas and adenocarcinomas in vitro. For the in vivo study, young...
In vitro availability of essential amino acids, and the protein efficiency ration of cooked cicer arietinum 1973 138 The legume Cicer arietinum (chick-pea) is a commonly used source of dietary protein in India because of its high biological value and non-toxic nature. The objective of this investigation was to study the effects of cooking on the availability of fou...
The effects of zinc and copper supplementation on blood lipids and trace minerals deposition of young male rats fed either coconut oil or corn oil 1983 95 The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of zinc and copper supplementation on plasma total and HDL-cholesterol and the availabilty of copper, iron, and zinc of young male rats fed either coconut oil or corn oil. Dietary factors inclu...
Effects of zinc and vitamin B-6 supplementation on growth and mineral deposition of young rats fed various levels of protein 1984 101 The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of zinc and vitamin B-6 supplementation on growth and mineral deposition of young rats fed various levels of protein. Dietary factors included three levels of protein (7.5, 15, and 30%), three ...
Nutritional status of a group of Bolivians living in the state of Cochabamba 1982 120 The nutritional status of 710 Bolivians was evaluated in connection with a project sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development for the promotion of soybean utilization. Rural and urban families residing in the state of Cochaba...
The effects of zinc and copper supplementation on growth, lipid profiles, and trace mineral status in young male rats 1985 23 The purposes of this study were to investigate the effects of low and high levels of zinc and copper supplements, and the effects of zinc/ copper ratios on growth, lipid profiles, and trace mineral status of young male rats. The study was conducted i...
Changes in body weight and serum lipid levels in low, moderate, and highly competitive male participants of a cardiac rehabilitation program 1986 25 Fifty-eight white, married, nonsmoking male participants of the Greensboro Cardiac Rehabilitation Program were divided into low (Group I), moderate (Group II), and highly competitive (Group III) groups based on their percentile scores on the "H" (har...
Effects of dietary fat levels and fat sources on growth and trace mineral deposition in young male rats 1987 31 This study investigated the effects of dietary fat levels and fat sources on growth and trace mineral deposition in young male rats at four weeks. Dietary factors included four levels of fat (2.5, 5, 10, and 20%) and three fat sources for each of two...
Investigation of dietary zinc and linoleic acid interactions in the Sprague-Dawley rat 1988 31 Ihe purpose of this Study was to investigate the hypothesis of a dietary interaction in young rats fed diets with and without zinc and linoleic acid. The parameters used to assess the interaction(s) included feed intake; weight gain; leukocyte alkali...
Effects of biotin, vitamin B-6, and zinc on growth and trace mineral status of young male rats fed adequate and excess protein 1989 36 This study investigated the effects of biotin, vitamin B-6, and zinc supplements on growth of and trace mineral deposition in young male rats. The animals were kept on experiment for 4 weeks and had free access to food and water while on experiment. ...
Effects of dietary fatty acids, polyunsaturated/saturated ratios, and fat levels on growth and mineral deposition in young male rats 1990 46 The purpose of this study was to investigate dietary effects of short-chain saturated (SCSFA), long-chain saturated (LCSFA), longchain monounsaturated (LCMFA), and long-chain polyunsaturated (LCPFA) fatty acids on growth and mineral status in male we...
Effect of a heart health nutrition program on elementary school children in Piedmont North Carolina 1990 31 The purposes of this study were to determine the effect of a heart health nutrition education program on knowledge and behavior of third grade students enrolled in a public school in Piedmont North Carolina and to assess the differential effect of pa...
A program evaluation of existing and proposed American Heart Association nutrition education curricula 1993 15 The purpose of this study was to plan and implement a program evaluation for the North Carolina Affiliate of the American Heart Association. A total design method mail survey was developed to collect demographic data on the survey respondents, summat...
Assessing dietary change among participants in the "Diet and health study of colon adenomas" 1994 26 The specific aims of this research were to investigate if a computer generated nutrient analysis with personalized recommendations affected change in diet of post colonoscopy patients and to determine if people with colonic adenomas adhered to dietar...
Effect of a staff nutrition education program on the nutrition status of clients with mental retardation living in ICF/MR group homes 1996 27 The specific aims of this research were to assess the nutritional status of a group of clients with mental retardation living in a unit of ICF/MR group homes, before and after a nutrition education training curriculum for their direct care staff. Sev...
The effect of zinc toxicity on the calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium content of bone and blood in young rats 1962 23 Aristotle believed the food of plants and animals to be composed of four "essential elements"--earth, air, fire and water. While our present day concepts of nutrition differ radically from such early beliefs, information in this branch of science is ...
A study of the effects of calcium and phosphorus supplements on the mineral metabolism of young rats fed high levels of zinc 1964 18 Young male rats were used to investigate the effect of zinc toxicity on the metabolism of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, copper, and iron in the presence and the absence of calcium and phosphorus supplements. Results of the study indicated tha...
A study of the effect of manganese toxicity on growth and mineral metabolism of young rats 1965 21 The effects of high levels of manganese on growth, hemoglobin levels, liver constituents, and bone mineralization of young male rats were investigated in this study. Results from this study indicate that high levels of dietary manganese are associate...
The ability of a basal ration to alleviate biological changes in rats resulting from previous consumption of high zinc diets 1965 40 The ability of a basal ration to alleviate the adverse effects of a high level, of dietary zinc on growth, hemoglobin, liver mineral constituents, and bone mineralization in young male rats was studied. Zinc toxicity resulted in a marked decrease in ...
Calcium and phosphorus retention in frozen okra and spinach cooked in a steam jacketed kettle, a low-pressure steamer, and a high-pressure steamer 1967 44 This study was conducted to determine the retention of calcium and of phosphorus in frozen okra and spinach cooked in a steam jacketed kettle, a low-pressure steamer, and a high-pressure steamer. Frozen institutional packages, each weighing 3 pounds,...
Effect of high pressure steaming, low pressure steaming, and a steam jacketed kettle on frozen vegetables, ascorbic acid and color retention 1968 12 This study was conducted to determine the effect of high pressure steaming, low pressure steaming, and a steam jacketed kettle on the retention of ascorbic acid and color in frozen broccoli spears and frozen tiny, new, whole potatoes. Institutional p...
An investigation of the relationship of oxidized carotenoids to off-odor development in dehydrated foods 1969 25 A series of tests were conducted in which the odors of standard and impaired, precooked, dehydrated sweetpotato flakes were compared with the odors of oxidized carotenoid fractions which had been isolated from sweetpotatoes. In another series of test...
A study of the zinc toxicity alleviating factor(s) in soybean meal 1970 14 The effects of 5, 10, and 20% levels of soybean meal and several fractions of soybean meal on the growth, hemoglobin levels, and liver copper and iron levels of rats fed 0.8% of zinc were determined in an attempt to characterize the factor(s) in soyb...
The effects of zinc nutrition on the copper and iron status of the young rat 1972 19 The purpose of this study was to investigate the copper-zinc-iron interrelationship at low to normal levels of dietary zinc intake. The effects of supplements of copper, iron, and zinc on growth and mineral metabolism of young rats fed zinc deficient...
Protein-zinc interrelationship in young rats 1973 12 The purposes of this study were to determine if the presence of zinc could improve the utilization of dietary protein by young rats and if the response of young rats to zinc supplementation were affected by the level of protein in the diet. Criteria ...
Influence of zinc supplementation on protein utilization in young rats 1977 13 Two experiments were conducted to determine the effects of zinc supplementation on the utilization of various qualities of protein for growth and development of rats. A 4x2x3 factorial experimental design was used in which four protein sources (egg w...
The 24-hr. recall and its application with an elderly population 1977 31 A study was conducted to test the validity of a common nutrition survey technique, the 24-hr. recall, with an elderly population. Three hypotheses were developed: 1) For a group of ┬Čelderly subjects, the 24-hr. dietary recall reflects actual caloric ...