Boron in human and animal nutrition

@article{Nielsen2004BoronIH,
  title={Boron in human and animal nutrition},
  author={F. Nielsen},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={193},
  pages={199-208}
}
This review describes the findings from human and animal studies indicating that B is a dynamic trace element which, in physiological amounts, can affect the metabolism or utilisation of numerous other substances involved in life processes including macrominerals, energy substrates such as triglycerides and glucose, nitrogen containing substances such as amino acids and proteins, reactive oxygen species, and estrogen. Through these effects, B can affect the function or composition of several… Expand

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