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Protiens of High Biological Value (HBV) contain all the essential amino acids in the correct porportions. Proteins of HBV are usually of animal origin, One execption is soya beans which has HBV proteins. Examples of HBV proteins are: Meat, Fish, Cheese, Milk, Eggs, etc.
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Protein is necessary for the building and repair of body tissues. * It produces enzymes, hormones, and other substances the body uses. * It regulates body processes, such …as water balancing, transporting nutrients, and making muscles contract. * Protein keeps the body healthy by resisting diseases that are common to malnourished people. * Prevents one from becoming easily fatigued by producing stamina and energy.
Protein consists of small molecules called amino acids, joined together into long molecules called polypeptides. Each polypeptide has a very specific sequence of amino aci…ds. Depending on the sequence, the molecule folds into a specific shape, sometimes involving other molecules, with a certain distribution of electric charge on its surface. In short, the physical and chemical properties of a protein can be controlled by varying the sequence of amino acids.
Generally everything, but i suppose your question is more concerned with what has the greatest concentration of protein in. The general rule of thumb is that protein is biolog…ically used to build the bodies of animals. So muscle, hair, claws, etc will all contain a high concentration of protein. As far as your diet is concerned, look for all food that has a high animal content. Meat, fish and dairy products are all high in protein concentration (whey protein is a by product of cheese!). There is one general exception; Soya protein. But I dont rate it, it's biological value is really low and there are reported side effects that induce oestrogen production in men.
Protein we ingest is unfolded and broken down into its constituent amino acids. These amino acids are then used to make new protein that the body needs. This is why body… builders require a high-protein diet.
A protein is a nutrient that supplies the body with energy forbuilding and repairing tissue and cells. From Wikipedia.com: Proteins are large organic compounds made of a…mino acidsarranged in a linear chain and joined together by peptide bondsbetween the carboxyl and amino groups of adjacent amino acidresidues. The sequence of amino acids in a protein is defined by agene and encoded in the genetic code. Although this genetic codespecifies 20 "standard" amino acids plus selenocysteine and - incertain archaea - pyrrolysine, the residues in a protein aresometimes chemically altered in post-translational modification.This can happen either before the protein is used in the cell, oras part of control mechanisms. Proteins can also work together toachieve a particular function, and they often associate to formstable complexes. Like other biological macromolecules such as polysaccharides andnucleic acids, proteins are essential parts of organisms andparticipate in every process within cells. Many proteins areenzymes that catalyze biochemical reactions and are vital tometabolism. Proteins also have structural or mechanical functions,such as actin and myosin in muscle and the proteins in thecytoskeleton, which form a system of scaffolding that maintainscell shape. Other proteins are important in cell signaling, immuneresponses, cell adhesion, and the cell cycle. Proteins are alsonecessary in animals' diets, since animals cannot synthesize allthe amino acids they need and must obtain essential amino acidsfrom food. Through the process of digestion, animals break downingested protein into free amino acids that are then used inmetabolism. The word protein comes from the Greek word ÏÏÏÏÎµÎ¹Î¿Ï ( proteios ) "primary". Proteins were first described andnamed by the Swedish chemist JÃ¶ns Jakob Berzelius in 1838. However,the central role of proteins in living organisms was not fullyappreciated until 1926, when James B. Sumner showed that the enzymeurease was a protein. The first protein to be sequenced wasinsulin, by Frederick Sanger, who won the Nobel Prize for thisachievement in 1958. The first protein structures to be solvedincluded hemoglobin and myoglobin, by Max Perutz and Sir JohnCowdery Kendrew, respectively, in 1958. The three-dimensionalstructures of both proteins were first determined by x-raydiffraction analysis; Perutz and Kendrew shared the 1962 NobelPrize in Chemistry for these discoveries "Protein." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia . 7 Dec 2008,14:33 UTC. 8 Dec 2008 . Or large moleculesthat contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen,and sometimes sulfur Proteins can be defined as a nitrogenous compound composed of oneor long chains of amino acids.
HBV (High Biological Value) Proteins contain all the essential amino acids in the correct porportions. Proteins of HBV are ususally of animal origin. One exeption is soya bean…s which has HBV proteins. LBV (Low Biological Value) Proteins are foods that lack one or more essential amino acids. LBV proteins are found mainly in plant food. One exeption is gelatine which is obtained from an animal source. The two main meat groups (white meat and red meat) are split between HBV and LBV as white meats such as chicken fit better into the HBV range where as lamb and beef have a tendancy to lack in certain amino acids making them LBV (meats). although still HBV red meats are less good for you due to there higher probortion of saturated fats
HBV (High Biological Value) Proteins contain all the essential amino acids in the correct porportions. Proteins of HBV are ususally of animal origin. One exeption is soya bean…s which has HBV proteins. LBV (Low Biological Value) Proteins are foods that lack one or more essential amino acids. LBV proteins are found mainly in plant food. One exeption is gelatine which is obtained from an animal source. The two main meat groups (white meat and red meat) are split between HBV and LBV as white meats such as chicken fit better into the HBV range where as lamb and beef have a tendancy to lack in certain amino acids making them LBV (meats). although still HBV red meats are less good for you due to there higher probortion of saturated fats.
No, a pap smear tests for abnormalities of the cervix or cervical dysplasia. To test for HBV you will need a blood test. JM
You can get protein from meat and egg. Egg has the protein albumin in it.
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HBV is the abbreviation for Hepatitis B Vaccine. Hepatitis B is a liver disease that can spread from one person to another through blood and other bodily fluids.