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硒:对人、动物和环境影响的全球展望 =Selenium: Global Perspectives of Impacts on Humans, Animals and the Environment:英文

硒:对人、动物和环境影响的全球展望
硒:对人、动物和环境影响的全球展望 =Selenium: Global Perspectives of Impacts on Humans, Animals and the Environment:英文
作者:(美)巴纽艾洛斯(G. S. Bañuelos)(美)林治庆(Z.-Q. Lin) 尹雪斌 段宁(主编)

图书详细信息:
ISBN:978-7-312-02929-5
估价:28.00元
版本:1
装帧:平装
预计出版年月:201110

图书简介:

       硒是人体必需的微量元素,在人体健康研究领域占有重要地位。我国蕴藏有全球一半以上的硒资源,具有开展硒技术研究和发展硒健康产业的独特优势,中国科学技术大学苏州研究院在该领域具有一定国际影响,将于2011年10月主持召开第二届国际硒研究大会,会议规模200人,其中境外代表60人。本书将收录该国际会议的主要学术论文的概要,每篇论文2页,比摘要内容更丰富,但比全文要更凝练,是该领域国际前沿科研成果的荟萃。

前言:

Health problems associated with soil selenium (Se) deficiency and its low efficient uptake by plants have become major human and animal nutritional issues in many countries. In particular, the urgent need to improve the bioavailability of Se in soil and recognize the importance of increasing plant Se accumulation are conjunctly influential in preserving and improving food and feed quality, and ultimately human nutrition. The connection between the environment, agriculture and human health must be established if we are to develop sustainable solutions to Se deficiency and associated diet-related chronic diseases that affect the health of large numbers of people in both Se-deficient and Se-sufficient regions of the world.

Based upon the tremendous success of the First International Conference on Selenium in the Environment and Human Health in 2009 in Suzhou, China, it was overwhelmingly decided that the Second International Conference on Selenium in the Environment and Human Health should take place on 23-28 October 2011 in Suzhou, China. The need to continue sharing and evaluating recent Se research findings obtained worldwide provided the impetus for the continuation of this conference series, as well as for the completion of this book containing peer-reviewed extended abstracts. At this Conference, authors from 20 countries addressed some key research topics that included: natural sources of Se in the soil environment, State-of-the-Art analytical technology for identification of different species of Se, environmental pollution and remediation concerns, benefits associated with Se, role of Se in human and animal health, biochemical and Se metabolism, and the development of Se-biofortified agricultural products. A total of 61 extended abstracts from eminent scientists attending the Second International Conference on Selenium in the Environment and Human Health have presented a multitude of research endeavors on their new insights into environmental, analytical, biological, and biochemical health issues related to significance and impact of Se in today’s modern life worldwide.

We would like to acknowledge the gracious financial support provided by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences, National Science Foundation of China, Suzhou Industrial Park, and University of Science and Technology of China. The contributions made by the international advisory committee members, including Elias Arner (Sweden), Martin Broadley (UK), Raymond Burk (USA), Joel Caton (USA), Karaj S. Dhillon (India), Graham Lyons (Australia), Steve McGrath (UK), Milton Moraes (Brazil), and Yongguan Zhu (China), are greatly appreciated.

                             G.S. Bañuelos

                             Z.-Q. Lin

                             Xuebin Yin

                             Ning Duan

目录:

Section I: Selenium in the Environment

Selenium in Soils and the Need for Biofortification of Crops…………3

McGrath S P and Zhao F J

Sources and Transformations of Selenium in the Soil-plant System…………5

Dhillon K S

Effect of Flood-Induced Redox Oscillations on Selenium Mobility in Soils…………7

Charlet L, Parsons C, Bardelli F, Fernandez-Martinez A and Rossetto L

Stable Isotope Ratios in Soils: A New Tool to Detect Processes Governing the Selenium Cycle…………9

Schilling K, Johnson T M and Wilcke W

Biogenic Volatilization of Selenium in Soil and Plant Systems…………11

Lin Z.-Q.

Crisis in the Salton Sea Ecosystem: Removing Selenium from River Water…………13

Huang J C, Verce M, Feldheim C and Terry N

Selenium Removal from Water by Selected Terrestrial and Wetland Plants…………15

Wu Z L, Wang Q, Zhang Y, Hua R M, Li X D, Si Y B and Li M

Selenite Reduction by Bacteria Isolated from a Selenium-enriched Carbonaceous Mudstone…………17

Yuan Y Q, Zhu J M and Liu C Q

Synchrotron Studies of Selenium in the Environment and Health…………19

Pickering I J, Gallegos M G, Tse J J, Yang S I and George G N

Total Selenium Content and Main Speciation in Residues from China’s Electrolytic Manganese Metal Industry…………21

Duan N, Zhu C L, Jiang L H , Zhou C B, Wang F, Pan C X, Dan Z G, Gao Y X and Li B

Cleaner Production Technologies to Reduce Selenium Environmental Pollution in Electrolytic Manganese Industries…………23

Jiang L H, Duan N, Luo L, Wang Y Y and Zhao C G

Investigations of Possible Mechanisms to Explain the Se-Hg Antagonism in Aquatic Organisms…………25

Belzile N, Chen Y W, Truong H T Y, Yang D Y and Saleh M

Selenium’s Pivotal Role in Molecular Mechanisms of Mercury Toxicity…………27

Ralston N V C and Raymond L J

 

Section II: Effects of Selenium on Human and Animal Health

The Importance of Selenoprotein P and Selenium Homeostasis for Maintaining Integrity and Function of

the Brain and Other Tissues …………31

Burk R F and Hill K E

 Forms of Selenium and Selenoproteins in Foods for Consumption by Humans…………33

Åkesson B

Role of Structure and Substitution on the Antioxidant Activity of Organoselenium Compounds …………35

Singh B G, Prabhu P, Kumakura F, Jain V K, Iwaoka M and Priyadarsini K I

Chemistry, Biochemistry and Structural Biology of Selenium Nucleic Acids …………37

Huang Z

Expression, Purification and Characterization of Selenoprotein M Mutant…………39

Du X B, Chen P, Li H P, Liu Q and Ni J Z

Selenium Effects on Thyroid Hormone Metabolism and Action…………41

Lutz Schomburg

In Vitro Assessment of Selenium Transformations in the Human Gastrointestinal Ecosystem…………43

Lavu R V S, Van de Wiele T, Van den Broeck K, Tack F and Laing G D

Selenium and Taurine: Components of Functional Food for Sound Health…………45

Gupta R C

Daily Dietary Selenium Intake and Hair Selenium in High Selenium Areas of Enshi, China…………47

Huang Y, Wang Q X and Yin X B

Association of Single-nucleotide Polymorphism in Glutathione Peroxidase 1 Gene with Kashin-Beck

Disease…………49

Fu Q, Cao J L, Caterson B, Jordan J M, Renner J B, Duance V C and Kraus V B

Effects of DON, NIV, T-2 Toxin and Selenium on Integrins, Cytoskeleton Proteins of Chondrocytes, and Sulfate Modification of Cartilage Aggrecan…………51

Cao J L, Wang J L, Li J, Luo M X, Chen J H, Fu Q, Zhang Z T and Caterson B

The Effectiveness of Selenium against Kaschin-Beck Disease: A Case Study in Aba County, Sichuan Province…………53

Lv Y Y, Yu T, Yang Z F, Zhao W F, Guo W, Huang B M and Li P

Effect of Yeast Selenium on CD4T Cell Count and WAZ Score of Non-institutionalized HIV Type 1

Positive Orphan Children at Orongo Widows and Orphans in Kisumu, Kenya…………55

Otieno S B, Were F, Afullo A and Waza K

Associations of Serum Selenium with Serum Lipid Levels in the Population Aged 50 to 75 Years …………57

Wang B, Qin L Q, Yin X B, Ma L C, Lu X Q and Shen J

Selenium Supplement and Glutathione Peroxidase Activities in Infants: A Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials…………59

Jiang X and Qin L Q

Effect of Selenium on the Methylation of iAs3+ of Recombinant Human S-adenosyl-L-methionine Dependent Arsenic (III) Methyltransferase in E. coli…………61

Geng Z R, Li X L, Song X L and Wang Z L

Dietary Biofortification of Gestating Animal Diets with Natural Sources of Selenium: Whole Animal and Specific Tissue Responses …………63

Caton J S

Strategic Selenium Management: Natural Biofortification of Grazing Livestock with Selenium to

Avert Selenium Deficiency and Enhance the Nutritional Value of Food Products…………65

Taylor J B

 Evaluation of the Selenium Concentrations in Compound Pig Feeds in Finland…………67

Kukkonen L, Root T and Peltonen K

Novel Fermentation Technology for Production of Selenium Nanospheres (Lactomicrosel®) and Its

Testing for Feed and Food Applications…………69

Prokisch J, Sztrik A, Babka B, Eszenyi P, Pardi J, Mika Z and Zommara M

Effects of Organic Selenium on Pig Performance:A Meta-analysis…………71

Zheng Q, Lu X Q, Qin L Q and Yin X B

Where could Increased Dietary Selenium Intake Improve Public Health?…………73

Lyons G H

 

Section III: Selenium Biofortification

Biological Production of Selenium-biofortified Products from Natural-occurring Sources of Selenium…………77

Gary S. Bañuelos

Agronomic Biofortification of Maize with Selenium in Malawi…………79

Broadley M R, Chilimba A D C, Young S D, Black C R, Meacham M C, Rogerson K B, Lammel J, Ander E L and Watts M J

The Fate of Applied Selenium in a Maize Cropping System in Malawi…………81

Chilimba A D C, Young S D, Black C R, Meacham M C, Lammel J and Broadley M R

Uptake of Selenate and/or Selenite in Hydroponically Grown Maize Plants and Interaction with Some Essential Elements (Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Iron, Manganese, and Copper)…………83

Longchamp M, Angeli N and Castrec-Rouelle M

Selenium Speciation, Fractionation in Soil and Accumulation in Corn (Zea mays L.) …………85

Liang D L and Wang S S

Effects of pH on Physiological Characteristics of Selenite Uptake by Maize Roots…………87

Zhang L H, Yu F Y, Li Y J and Miao Y F

Evaluation of Potential Selenium Biofortification in Wheat…………89

Li T, Lan G F and Gu S L

The Temporal Changes of Selenium Accumulation in Rice Plant…………91

Guan W W, Zhang H C, Yin X B, Lin Z.-Q. and Shen S P

Physiological Characteristics of Selenite Uptake by Rice Leaves…………93

Zhang L H, Zhao W, Yu F Y, Li Y J and Miao Y F

Genotypic Upland Rice Variation and Response of Nitrogen Metabolism Enzymes due to Selenium Fertilization…………95

Reis A R, Tezotto T, Neto A P, Moraes M F and Azevedo R A

Agronomic Biofortification with Selenium: Effects on Accumulation of Selenium and Common Bean

Yield Grown in Tropical Soil…………97

Ramos S J, Faquin V, Guilherme L R G, Moraes M F, Castro E M,Ávila F W and Boldrin P F

Tolerance and Accumulation of Selenium by White Button and Baby Bella (Agaricus bisporus)

Mushrooms…………99

Haddad S and Lin Z.-Q.

Accumulation of Selenocystine (SeCys2) in Adenocaulon himalaicum in Enshi, China …………101

Yuan L X and Yin X B

 

Preparation of Selenium-enriched Candida utilis with Fed-batch Cultivation …………103

Yang B and Wei G Y

Selenium Content Loss and Speciation Change of Selenium-enriched Cereals during Different Cooking Processes…………105

Lu X Q, He Z S, Zhu Y Y, Liu Y and Yin X B

Determination of Selenium Speciation in Eggs by LC-UV-AFS …………107

Zhu Y Y and Yin X B

Effects of Alkalinity on Extraction Efficiency of Selenoproteins from Selenium-enriched Yeast …………109

Wang W, Zhu Y Y and Yin X B

Beneficial Roles of Selenium in Plants …………111

Moraes M F, Ramos S J and Guilherme L R G

The Standardization in Selenium Biofortification…………113

Yin X B and Li F

The Functional Agriculture in China: Present and Future …………115

Zhao Q G and Yin X B

 

Section IV: Other Uses of Selenium

Synthesis of Chlorzoxazone by Selenium-catalyzed Reductive Cyclocarbonylation of

4-Chloro-2-nitrophenol …………119

Li P, Ling G, Wang X F, Yuan X H and Lu S W

An Environmentally Benign Synthetic Method for Replacing Phosgene: Selenium-catalyzed Reductive Carbonylation Reactions of Nitroaromatics…………121

Li P, Yang Y, Chen J Z, Mei J T, Zhang X P, Yuan X H and Lu S W

Selenium-catalyzed Selective Reduction of α, β-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds with CO/H2O under Atmospheric Pressure …………123

Tian F S, Liu X Z, Wang X F, Li P and Lu S W

Selectivities for Selenium-catalyzed Reactions of Nitroaromatics with Carbon Monoxide …………125

Liu X Z, Wang X F, Ling G, Xue Y, Li P, Yuan X H and Lu S W

Solvent-free Synthesis of 1, 3-Diarylureas by Selenium-catalyzed Reductive Carbonylation of

Nitroarenes …………127

Wang X F, Li P, Yuan X H and Lu S W



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