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fo·la·cin

 (fō′lə-sĭn)
[fol(ic) ac(id) + -in.]
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folacin

(ˈfɒləsɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for folic acid
[C20: from fol(ic) ac(id) + -in]
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Noun1.folacin - a B vitamin that is essential for cell growth and reproduction
B complex, B vitamin, B-complex vitamin, vitamin B, vitamin B complex, B - originally thought to be a single vitamin but now separated into several B vitamins
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(2) Vit-min premix provided the following quantities of vitamins and microminerals per kilogram of the diet for pigs: vitamin A, 5,600 IU; vitamin [D.sub.3], 2,200 IU; vitamin E, 21.6 IU; vitamin [K.sub.3], 1.8 mg; vitamin [B.sub.12], 12 [micro]g; thiamine, 0.88 mg; riboflavin, 4 mg; pantothenic acid, 10 mg; niacin, 20 mg; choline chloride, 0.32 g; folacin, 0.4 mg; pyridoxine, 1.8 mg; biotin, 40 [micro]g; Fe (FeS[O.sub.4]-[H.sub.2]O), 88 mg; Cu (CuS[O.sub.4]-5[H.sub.2]O), 120 mg; Zn (ZnO), 96 mg; Mn (MnO), 16 mg; I (KI), 0.24 mg; and Se ([Na.sub.2]Se[O.sub.3]), 0.4 mg.
The nutrients most likely to be inadequately provided are fruits, vegetables especially green leafy vegetables, calcium, iron, vitamin A, folacin and Vitamin C (Warrix, 1993).
** Vitamin premix provided per kilogram of diet, retinylacetate, 8,250 IU; cholecalcipherol 1,000 IU; dl-[alpha]-tocopherol, 11 IU; cyanocobalamin,0.012 mg; phylloquinone, 1.1 mg; niacin, 53 mg; choline,1,020 mg; folacin, 0.75 mg; biotin, 0.25 mg; riboflavin, 5.5 mg.
Many phytochemicals like limonoids, synephrine, hesperidin flavonoid, polyphenols, pectin, and enough folacin, calcium, potassium, thiamine, niacin, and magnesium are also present in it [7].
Plasma, red cell and breast milk folacin concentrations in lactating women.
(1) Once called vitamin B9, it is more commonly referred to as folate (though there are multiple folates) or folacin. Early on, food folate was given for people with a pregnancy-related anemia in the form of autolyzed yeast; later the synthetic form, folic acid, was developed.
B12 2,000[micro]g; Folacin 70mg; Pantothenic acid 1,335.00mg; Biotin 10.00mg; Choline 100,000mg; Niacin 2,350.00mg; Ca 7.425%; P available (Pavail.) 4.25%; Cu 8,000mg; Fe 5,000mg; Zn 4,000mg; Mn 2,500mg; I 50mg; Se 15mg; Cl 4%; S 0.414%.
Meat and meat derivatives are also excellent sources of all the B- complex vitamins such as pantothenic acid, folacin, niacin, biotin, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamins B6 and B12.
"Use of folacin in patients with habitual miscarriage and extragenital abnormality in the presence of hyperhomocysteinemia," Russian bulletin of obstetriciangynecologist [Rossiiskiy vestnik akushera-ginekologa], in Russian, No.5, pp.61-65.
Nutritional Value Black Seed Oil Protein 208 ug/g Thiamin 15ug/g Riboflavin 1 ug/g Pyridoxine 5ug/g Niacin 57 ug/g Folacin 610 IU/g Calcium 1.859 mg/g Iron 105 ug/g Copper 18 ug/g Zinc 60 ug/g Phosphorus 5.265 mg/g Thymoquinone: