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Vitamin

 

You don’t hear much about the disease beriberi anymore. Part of the reason is that breakfast cereals include a mysterious ingredient called thiamine.

 

Thiamine is the vitamin that started it all. Beriberi is an illness that attacks the nervous system and makes people weak and listless. Beriberi literally means “weakness weakness.”

 

During the late 1800s the Japanese navy was having a problem with beriberi among its sailors. They cracked the problem when they made the sailors eat brown rice instead of white rice. There was something in that brown rice that seemed to save the day.

 

A Polish biochemist named Casimir Funk isolated what was in the brown stuff. It turned out to be thiamine.

 

As its name implies, thiamine is part of a group of chemicals known as amines. Casimir Funk was rightly excited about the isolation of this life-giving chemical and he joined a chorus of other nutritional scientists predicting that with more research other chemicals could be uncovered and found to be essential to our health. There were likely a bunch of diseases that could be prevented if only we could find the little bit of stuff we needed to eat that would prevent them.

 

In 1912 he coined a new term for these various little bits of stuff, vitamines. He made up the word based on the Latin “vita” meaning “life” and “amine” the class of chemicals that thiamine belonged to.

 

Casimir Funk was right about there being all kinds of illness that we could be prevented with the right vitamins, but he was wrong in supposing that just because thiamine was an amine all other vitamins were likely to be amines too. And so it was the word vitamin was punished by the removal of its “e”, so the people would never be fooled again into thinking that a vitamin needed to be an amine.

 

Although thiamine was the first vitamin to be called a vitamin, it’s also known to us as Vitamin B1. Now you’d think that the first vitamin might be called Vitamin A1, wouldn’t you?

 

Well, the reason is that as people discovered more of these things that seemed to be so good for us, they began to notice that some were soluble in water and others soluble in fats. A scientist named Elmer McCollum called the fat-soluble vitamins A, and the water-soluble vitamins B.


The event that caused the C vitamin to be named was the some event that resulted in the word “vitamin” being punished with the loss of its “e”. A and B were amines, here’s another one that prevents scurvy, but it isn’t an amine, emm, better call it C.


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Vitamin

 

You don’t hear much about the disease beriberi anymore. Part of the reason is that breakfast cereals include a mysterious ingredient called thiamine.

 

Thiamine is the vitamin that started it all. Beriberi is an illness that attacks the nervous system and makes people weak and listless. Beriberi literally means “weakness weakness.”

 

During the late 1800s the Japanese navy was having a problem with beriberi among its sailors. They cracked the problem when they made the sailors eat brown rice instead of white rice. There was something in that brown rice that seemed to save the day.

 

A Polish biochemist named Casimir Funk isolated what was in the brown stuff. It turned out to be thiamine.

 

As its name implies, thiamine is part of a group of chemicals known as amines. Casimir Funk was rightly excited about the isolation of this life-giving chemical and he joined a chorus of other nutritional scientists predicting that with more research other chemicals could be uncovered and found to be essential to our health. There were likely a bunch of diseases that could be prevented if only we could find the little bit of stuff we needed to eat that would prevent them.

 

In 1912, it was quite a new turn for this very old little stuff—Vitamins. It made up the word base on the Latin vita meaning life. And amine, the classic chemicals of thiamine belong to.

 

Casimir Funk could write about there are been all kinds of illnesses that could be prevented, let the thiamine proving it is wrong. It’s supposing that just because thiamine isn’t an amine or other vitamins would likely to be amine too. And so was up the word, vitamin was published, but their moved off to E. So the people would never before the gain into thinking that a vitamin into be amine.

 

Although thiamine was the first to be called a vitamin, it’s also known to us as Vitamin B1. Now you’d think that the first vitamin might be called Vitamin A1, wouldn’t you?

 

Although reason is that has people discovered more of these things that seem to be refreshed. They began to know as that some were solubled in water, and others, solubled in fat.

 

As this name, ?? call the fat-soluble vitamins A, and the water-soluble vitamins B. The inventor calls the C Vitamin to be named was the same of them that result through in the word vitamin being published within lots of E.

 

A and B were amines, here is another one, the prevent ??, but it isn’t an amine. That is all I see.

 

 

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 hjj3000 于 2009-2-10 11:52 编辑 ]
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Vitamin

 

You don’t hear much about the disease beriberi anymore. Part of the reason is that breakfast cereals include a mysterious ingredient called thiamine.

 

Thiamine is the vitamin that started it all. Beriberi is an illness that attacks the nervous system and makes people weak and listless. Beriberi literally means “weakness weakness.”

 

During the late 1800s the Japanese navy was having a problem with beriberi among its sailors. They cracked the problem when they made the sailors eat brown rice instead of white rice. There was something in that brown rice that seemed to save the day.

 

A Polish biochemist named Casimir Funk isolated what was in the brown stuff. It turned out to be thiamine.

 

As its name implies, thiamine is part of a group of chemicals known as amines. Casimir Funk was rightly excited about the isolation of this life-giving chemical and he joined a chorus of other nutritional scientists predicting that with more research other chemicals could be uncovered and found to be essential to our health. There were likely a bunch of diseases that could be prevented if only we could find the little bit of stuff we needed to eat that would prevent them.

 

In 1912, it counted a new turn for this very slowed little stuff—Vitamines. It made up the word base on the Latin vita meaning life. And amine, the classic chemicals of thiamine belong to.

 

Casimir Funk was right about there’ve been all kinds of illnesses could be prevented with the right vitamins. But it was wrong. It’s supposing that just because thiamine isn’t an amine or other vitamins would likely to be amines too. And so was up the word, vitamine was punished, but their moved off its E. So the people would never before the gain into thinking that a vitamin into be an amine.

 

Although thiamine was the first vitamin to be called a vitamin, it’s also known to us as Vitamin B1. Now you’d think that the first vitamin might be called Vitamin A1, wouldn’t you?

 

Although reason is that has people discovered more of these things that seem to be singular fresh? They began to know as that some were soluble in water, and others, soluble in fat.

 

As designated, * column call the fat-soluble vitamins A, and the water-soluble vitamins B. The inventor calls the C Vitamin to be named was the C of then to result through in the word vitamin being punished with the lost of E.

 

A and B were amines. Here is another one, it prevents scurvy, but it isn’t an amine. That is all I see.

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In 1912,he coined a new term for this very ? stuff, Vitamines. He made up the word on Latin, Vit means life and amine, the classical chemical that thiamine belong to. Casimir Funk was right about being all kinds of diseases which could be prevented with right vitamins but he was wrong by supposing that just because Thiamine is amine, all othe vitamines are likely to be amines too. So it was the word " Vitamin " was punished by the removal of its E.So people would never avoid begining to think that vitamin is amine.

All the reason is as people discovered more of these things, which seems to be so good for us,they began to annoy that some are soluble in water, and others soluble in fat.As I destinate? the column, call the fat-soluable vitamins A and water-soluable vitamins B. They invent the caused C vitamin to be named with the same ? without the word of vitamin being punished the loss of E. A and B were amines, but there is another one, to prevent sckury. but it isn't amine. that's all I see.

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Vitamin

You don't hear much about the disease "beriberi" anymore. Part of the reason is that breakfast cereals include a mysterious ingredient called thiamine.

Thiamine is the vitamine that started it all. Beriberi is illness that attacks nervous system and makes people weak and listless. Beriberi literally means "weakness weakness".

During the late 1800s, Japanese navy was having a problem with beriberi among its sailors. They cracked the problem when they made the sailors eat brown rice instead of white rice. There were something in the brown rice that seemed to save the day.

A Polish biochemist named Casimir Funk isolated what's in the brown stuff. It turned out to be thiamine.

As the name implies, thiamine is part of a group of chemicals known as amines. Casimir Funk was rightly excited about the isolation of this life-giving chemical and he joined a chorus of other nutritional scientists predicting that with more research other chemical could be uncovered and found to be essential to our health. There were likely a bunch of disease that could be prevented if only we could find the little bit of stuff we needed to eat that would prevent them.

In 1912, it concluded a new turn for this very little stuff, vitamines. It made up the word base on the latin vita meaning life, and amine, the classic chemicals of thiamine belongs to. Casimire Funk was right about there've been all kinds of illness could be prevending with the right vitamines, but he was wrong. It's supposing that just because thiamine isn't an amine or other vitamines would likely to be amines too. And so was up the word, vitamine was published but their moves off its E. So the people would never before the gain the thinking that a vitamine isn't an amine.

Although thiamine was the first to be called vitamine, it's also to us as vitamine B1. Now you'd think that the first vitamine might be called A1,wouldn't you?

All the reason is as the people discovered more of these things, that seems to be *? They began to know these, some was soluble in water, and others, soluble in fat. As the *, called the fat-soluble vitamine A and the water-soluble vitamine B. The inventor calls the C vitamine be named was the same of them that result through the word vitamine being published within lots of E. A and B were amines, here is another one prevent scurvy, but it isn't an amine, that is all I see.

homework

Vitamin

 

You don't hear much about the disease beriberi anymore.Part of the reason is that breakfast cereals include the mysterious ingredient called thiamine.Thiamine is the vitamin that started it at all.Beriberi is an illness that attacks the nervous system and makes people weak and listless.Beriberi literally means"weakness,weakness".

 

During the late 1800s the Japanese navy was having the problem with beriberi among their sailors.They cracked the problem when they made sailor eat brown rice instead of white rice.There was something in that brown rice that seem to save the day.

A Polish biochemist named Casimir Funk isolated what was in the brown stuff.It return out to be thiamine.

 

As its name implies,thiamine is a part of group chemicals known as amines.Casimir Funk was rightly excited about the isolation of life-giving chemical and he joined a chorus of other nutritional scientists predicting that with more research,other chemicals could be uncovered and found to be essential to our health.There were likely a bunch of diseases that could be prevented,if only we could find a little bit of stuff we needed to eat and prevent them.

 

In 1912,he coined a new term for its various little bit of stuff,vitamins.He made up the word based on the Latin "vita" meaning "life" and "amine" a class of chemicals that thiamine belonged to.

 

Casimir Funk was right about there being all kinds of illness that we could be prevented with the right vitamins.But he was wrong in supposing that just because thiamine was an amine all other vitamins were likely to be amines too.And so it was the word vitamin was punished by removal of its "e",so the people would never be fooled again into thinking that vitamen needed to be an amine.

 

Although thiamine was the first vitamin be called the vitamen,it' s also known vitamen B1.Now you'd think that the first vitamin might be called vitamin A1,wouldn't you?

 

Well, the reason is that as people discovered more of these things that seem to be good for us. They began to notice that some were soluble in water and others soluble in fat.A scientist named named Elmer Mccollum called fat-soluble vitamins A,and the water soluble vitamins B.

 

The event that caused the C vitamin to be named was some event that resulted the word"vitamin" being punished with the loss of its "e."

 

A and B were amines,here's another one that it pervents scurvy, but it isn't amine.Hmmm..better.That is all I see.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 Runenblaze 于 2009-2-12 16:17 编辑 ]

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Vitamin

 

You don’t hear much about the disease beriberi anymore. Part of the reason is that breakfast cereals include a mysterious ingredient called thiamine.

 

Thiamine is the vitamin that started it all. Beriberi is an illness that attacks the nervous system and makes people weak and listless. Beriberi literally means “weakness weakness.”

 

During the late 1800s the Japanese navy was having a problem with beriberi among its sailors. They cracked the problem when they made the sailors eat brown rice instead of white rice. There was something in that brown rice that seemed to save the day.

 

A Polish biochemist named Casimir Funk isolated what was in the brown stuff. It turned out to be thiamine.

 

As its name implies, thiamine is part of a group of chemicals known as amines. Casimir Funk was rightly excited about the isolation of this life-giving chemical and he joined a chorus of other nutritional scientists predicting that with more research other chemicals could be uncovered and found to be essential to our health. There were likely a bunch of diseases that could be prevented if only we could find the little bit of stuff we needed to eat that would prevent them.

 

In 1912 they called a new term for the very old stuff: Vitamins. he made up of the word based on Latin: vita, meaning life, and amine, the classical chemicals that thiamine belongs to. Casimir Funk was right about that being uncovered illness can be prevented with right vitamin. But it was wrong in supposing the... just because thiamine was an amine or other vitamins will be like amines too. And so was the word "vitamin" was punished.But it removes off the e. So the people would never be fooled again and thinking that vitamin ...be an amine.

 

 

Although thiamine was the first to be called a vitamin, it’s also known to us as Vitamin B1. Now you’d think that the first vitamin might be called Vitamin A1, wouldn’t you?

 

But the reason is that us people discovered more than these things that seems to so good for us. They begun to know that some are soluble by water and others soluble by fat. The xx called the fat-soluble vitamin A and the water-soluble vitamin B. The inventor calls the C vitamin to be named was the same inventor result in a word vitamin being punished with lots of E. A and B were amines. Here's another one, the prevent scurvy, but it isn't an amine. Omm,

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Vitamin

 

You don’t hear much about the disease beriberi anymore. Part of the reason is that breakfast cereals include a mysterious ingredient called thiamine.

 

Thiamine is the vitamin that started it all. Beriberi is an illness that attacks the nervous system and makes people weak and listless. Beriberi literally means “weakness weakness.”

 

During the late 1800s the Japanese navy was having a problem with beriberi among its sailors. They cracked the problem when they made the sailors eat brown rice instead of white rice. There was something in that brown rice that seemed to save the day.

 

A Polish biochemist named Casimir Funk isolated what was in the brown stuff. It turned out to be thiamine.

 

As its name implies, thiamine is part of a group of chemicals known as amines. Casimir Funk was rightly excited about the isolation of this life-giving chemical and he joined a chorus of other nutritional scientists predicting that with more research other chemicals could be uncovered and found to be essential to our health. There were likely a bunch of diseases that could be prevented if only we could find the little bit of stuff we needed to eat that would prevent them.

 

In 1912, he coined a new term for these various little stuff—Vitamines. He made up the word base on the Latin vita meaning life and amine, the class chemicals that thiamine belonged to.

 

Casimir Funk was right about there being all kinds of illness that could be prevented with the right vitamins. But he was wrong in supposing that just because thiamine was an amine all other vitamins were likely to be amines too. And so was /up/ the word, vitamine was punished by the removal of its “e”, so the people would never be fooled again into thinking that a vitamin needed to be an amine.

 

Although thiamine was the first vitamin to be called a vitamin, it’s also known to us as Vitamin B1. Now you’d think that the first vitamin might be called Vitamin A1, wouldn’t you?

 

Well, the reason is that as people discovered more of these things that seemed to be so good for us, they began to notice that some were soluble in water, and others, soluble in fat. A scientist named Elmer McCollum called the fat-soluble vitamins A, and the water-soluble vitamins B.

 

The event that caused the C Vitamin to be named was the same event that resulted in the word vitamin being punished with the lost of its “e”.

 

A and B were amines. Here is another one that prevents scurvy, but it isn’t an amine, emm, better call it C.

 



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Vitamin

 

You don’t hear much about the disease beriberi anymore. Part of the reason is that breakfast cereals include a mysterious ingredient called thiamine.

 

Thiamine is the vitamin that started it all. Beriberi is an illness that attacks the nervous system and makes people weak and listless. Beriberi literally means “weakness weakness.”

 

During the late 1800s the Japanese navy was having a problem with beriberi among its sailors. They cracked the problem when they made the sailors eat brown rice instead of white rice. There was something in that brown rice that seemed to save the day.

 

A Polish biochemist named Casimir Funk isolated what was in the brown stuff. It turned out to be thiamine.

 

 As its name implies, thiamine is part of a group of chemicals known as amines. Casimir Funk was rightly excited about the isolation of this life-giving chemical and he joined a chorus of other nutritional scientists predicting that with more research other chemicals could be uncovered and found to be essential to our health. There were likely a bunch of diseases that could be prevented if only we could find the little bit of stuff we needed to eat that would prevent them.

 

In 1912, he coined a new term for these various little bits of stuff-- vitamines. He made u the word based on the Latin “vita”, meaning life, and “amine”, the class of chemicals that thiamine belong to.

 

Casimir Funk was right about there being all kinds of illness that could be prevented with the right vitamins, but he was wrong in supposing that just because thiamine was an amine, all other vitamins would like be amines, too. And so was up the word, vitamins was punished by the removal of its “e”, so people would never be fool again into thinking vitamin needed to be an amine.

 

Although thiamine was the first vitamin to be called a vitamin, it’s also known to us as Vitamin B1. Now you’d think that the first vitamin might be called Vitamin A1, wouldn’t you?

 

Well, the reason is that as people discovered more of these things, that seemed to be so good for us, they began to notice that some were the soluble in water, and others soluble in fat. A scientist named Elmer McCollum called the fat-soluble vitamins “A”, and the water-soluble vitamins “B”. The event that caused the “C” vitamins to be named was the same event that resulted in the word “vitamine” being punished with the loss of its "e". A and B were amines. Here is another one that prevents scury, but it isn't an amine, emm, better call it "C".

 

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Vitamin



You don't hear much about disease beriberi any more. Part of the reason is that breakfast cereals include mysterious ingredient called thiamin.



Thiamin is the vitamin that start it all. Beriberi is an illness that attacks the nervous system and makes people weak and listless. Beriberi literally means weakness weakness.



During the late 1800s the Japanese navy was having a problem of beriberi among its sailors. They cracked the problem when they made the sailors eat brown rice instead of white rice. There was something in that brown rice that seemed to say the day.



A Polish biochemist Casimir Funk isolated what was in the brown stuff. It turned out to be thiamin.



As its name implies, thiamin is part of a group chemicals known as amines. Casimir Funk was rightly excited about the isolation of this life-giving chemical and he joined a chorus of other nutritional scientists predicting with more research other chemicals could be uncovered and found to be essential to our health. There were likely a bunch of diseases that could be prevented if only we could find the little bite of stuff we need to eat that would prevent them.



In 1912 he coined a new term for these very little bits of stuff--vitamines. He made up the word based on the Latin “vita” meaning “life” and “amine” the class of chemicals that thiamine belonged to.



Casimir Funk was right about there being all kinds illness that we could be prevented with vitamins, but he was wrong in supposing that just because thiamin were likely to be amines, too.



And so it was the word vitamin was punished by the remove of its "e", so the people would never be fooled again into thinking that a vitamin needed to be an amine.



Although thiamin was the first vitamin be called a vitamin, it's also known to us as Vitamin B1. Now you’d think that the first vitamin might be called Vitamin A1, wouldn't you?



Well, the reason is that as people discovered more of these things that seemed to be so good for us, they began to notice that some were soluble in water and others soluble in fats. A scientist named Elmer McCollum called the fat-soluble Vitamins A, and the water-soluble vitamins B.



The event that caused the C vitamin to be named was the some event that resulted in the word vitamin being punished with loss of its “e”. A and B were amines, here's another one that prevents scurvy but it isn't an amine, emm, better call it C.


这篇涉及一点医药专业方面的内容,所以单词上有点难度。
而且阅读的人也是故意采用很多连读、省读,所以听起来有点郁闷。
不过没关系啦。。。硬骨头能啃下来的话,就是守得云开见月的时候啦。。。。
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