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functions of mineral

QuestionAnswer
manganese normal bone structure, reproduction, norm. func of cells and CNS
part of enzyme system; acts as antioxident with Vit. E to protect cell from oxygen selenium
protein synthesis, normal growth development, wound healing, cell division/differentation and smell acuity zinc
muscle and nervous system func., blood coagulation, bone/tooth formation calcium
fluid/acid base balance, activates gastric enzymes Chloride and Potassium
bone and tooth formation Magnesium, Phosphorus, and Flourine
acid-base balance, cell impermeability Sodium
enzyme activation, glucose removal chromium
RBC production and lipid metabolism Copper
energy metabolism and norm. cell functioning Iodine
hemoglobin formation, growth and development iron
kidney stones calcium
drowsiness, weakness, lethargy Mg
muscle spasm Phosphorus
hypertension=cardiovasc. dz and kidney dz sodium
inhibits insulin activity chromium
liver cell damage copper
cirrhosis, diabetes, pigmentation, joint pain iron
physical defects of finger/toenails and hair loss selenium
severe anemia, nausea, vomiting, abd. cramps, fever... Zinc
Created by: ma16115