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GS Bindra , RS Gibson & LU Thompson (1986) [Phytate][calcium]/[zinc] ratios in Asian immigrant lacto-ovo vegetarian diets and their relationship to zinc nutriture. Nutrition Research 6, 475–483.
UM Donovan & RS Gibson (1995) Iron and zinc status of young women aged 14 to 19 years consuming vegetarian and omnivorous diets. American College of Nutrition 14, 463–472.
JL English & KM Hambidge (1988) Plasma and serum zinc concentrations: effect of time between collection and separation. Clinica Chimica Acta 175, 211–216.
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KM Hambidge , C Hambidge , M Jacobs & JD Baum (1972) Low levels of zinc in hair, anorexia, poor growth, and hypogeusia in children. Pediatric Research 6, 868–874.
WW Harrison , JP Yursachek & CA Benson (1969) The determination of trace elements in human hair by atomic absorption spectrophotometry. Clinica Chimica Acta 23, 83–91.
A-LM Heath , CM Skeaff & RS Gibson (1998) Validation of a questionnaire method for estimating extent of menstrual blood loss in young adult women. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology 12, 231–235.
A-LM Heath , CM Skeaff & RS Gibson (2000a) The relative validity of a computerized food frequency questionnaire for estimating intake of dietary iron and its absorption modifiers. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 54, 592–599.
B Holland , ID Unwin & DH Buss (1991) Vegetables, Herbs and Spices: Fifth Supplement to McCance and Widdowson's The Composition of Foods. Cambridge: The Royal Society of Chemistry.
B Holland , ID Unwin & DH Buss (1992) Fruits and Nuts: First Supplement to McCance and Widdowson's The Composition of Foods. Cambridge: The Royal Society of Chemistry.
CC Horwath (1991) Dietary intake and nutritional status among university undergraduates. Nutrition Research 11, 395–404.
MS Houston , SL Summer & KS Soltesz (1997) Lifestyle and dietary practices influencing iron status in university students. Nutrition Research 17, 9–22.
DFM Loke , CSA Ng , S Holck , PE Hall & SS Ratnam (1992) Lipid and biochemical changes after low-dose oral contraception. Contraception 46, 227–241.
JA Mares-Perlman , AF Subar , G Block , JL Greger & MH Luby (1995) Zinc intake and sources in the US adult population: 1976–1980. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 14, 349–357.
AS Prasad (1996) Zinc deficiency in women, infants and children. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 15, 113–120.
IR Reid , LD Plank & MC Evans (1992) Fat mass is an important determinant of whole body bone density in premenopausal women but not men. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 75, 779–782.
B Sandström & B Lönnerdal (1989) Promoters and antagonists of zinc absorption. In Zinc and Human Biology, pp. 57–78. [CF Mills , editor]. London: Springer-Verlag.
SA Wolfe , RS Gibson , SL Gadowsky & DL O'Connor (1994) Zinc status of a group of pregnant adolescents at 36 weeks gestation living in Southern Ontario. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 13, 154–164.