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Vitamin

Vit´a`min   Pronunciation: vīt´å`mĭn
n.1.any of several organic chemical substances not synthesized by an animal and required in small quantities for normal metabolism, present in and obtained from the natural foods eaten by the animal. Human vitamins are also produced synthetically, and taken in pure form or in mixtures, as dietary supplements. Deficiencies of specific vitamins lead to certain specific disorders, such as scurvy, caused by an insufficiency of vitamin C (ascorbic acid).
Noun1.vitamin - any of a group of organic substances essential in small quantities to normal metabolism
adermin, adjuvant, aneurin, antiberi-beri factor, ascorbic acid, axerophthol, biotin, carminative, carotene, cholecalciferol, choline, cobalamin, counterirritant, cryptoxanthin, cyanocobalamin, emmenagogue, ergocalciferol, expectorant, folic acid, hepatoflavin, hormone, inositol, lactoflavin, maturative, menadione, naphthoquinone, niacin, nicotinic acid, ovoflavin, pyridoxine, tocopherol, vasodilator, vitamin B, vitamin Bc, vitamin D, vitamin G, vitamin H, vitamin K, vitamin M
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vitamin A
vitamin A1
vitamin A2
vitamin B
vitamin B complex
vitamin B1
vitamin B12
vitamin B2
vitamin B3
vitamin B5
vitamin B6
vitamin Bc
vitamin C
vitamin D
vitamin E
vitamin G
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