as You may have noticed the mysterious massdöden of birds, fish, and moose, in the south of the country, as it has been reported on a regular basis over the last 20 to 25 years? Halvblinda moose in Skåne and Blekinge, the water all around, appeared confused, and had movement disorders. When the animals were examined, it was discovered that they suffered from a lack of thiamine, a vitamin and a cofactor (a chemical compound that binds to the enzymes, ed), which is essential for all living organisms to survive. In the same condition – a lack of vitamin B1, that is, the animals need to take in, by, for example, pine needles, or plant – is also affected in the roe, and has in the past caused the deaths of tens of thousands of gulls were paralysed, and prevented from doing so to be able to reproduce. The second effect is that the laxarnas and havsöringens fry showed hemorrhages, blindness and very high if excess mortality in the early stages of development. The most recently published studies on the atlantic cod thiamine deficiency represents the other side of the same coin.
" Thiamine is crucial for the animal's immune system to function properly. Not the least of egg-laying animals need thiamine in order to be able to reproduce. Now, it has been to fish in thiamine deficiency, to become infested with fungus and other infections, and to die when it's time to play, and the same thing is happening in north America, " says Lennart Balk, a professor at the university of Stockholm's department of environmental science and applied chemistry of the ACES.
the Animals that were found dead in the south of Sweden, in the year of 2013 had a thiamine deficiency.Photo by: < / b>, LE CARLSSON, DIGITAL of the thiamine deficiency the people:
• At the beginning of the 2000s, several of the babies in Israel is about to die, since they have been provided with a sojabönspreparat that lacked thiamine. They were given thiamine intravenously, and most of them survived, but all of that was investigated, about ten years later, the permanent disturbance of the functions of learning, memory, and attention. The ”sub-lethal” (that is to say, not an instant kill, ed) the effects of thiamine deficiency are severe and far-reaching.
the Symptoms of tiaminbristsjukdomen beriberi was described in China may already be the 2nd year 600 before our era, but the significant increase in south-east Asia around the 1950s, when the people turned from brown rice to white, and buff. When the tiaminrika silverhinnan around, this was done away was the people, thiamine deficiency, and in addition to that, many people feel the best in my life, lost several pregnant women on their unborn baby.
• the Early symptoms of thiamine deficiency are fatigue, decreased ability to concentrate, and loss of appetite. Later disorders of the nervous system, constipation, and weight loss may occur.
Source: Professor Lennart Balk, and Wikipedia.
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What exactly is causing the tiaminbristen know, it is not possible yet. Lennart Balk, explains that it is more than likely linked to human activity, pollution, and/or induced disorders of the human being. There is a fundamental flaw in the system, there is no doubt when you look and analyze the way the animals are severely affected by different shocks, including the severe neurological ones, as they are supposed to be strong and function optimally, that is to say, in the context of reproduction.
"We cannot rule out the possibility that it has to do with climate change, but about climate change, it is not the actual temperature itself, however, the chemical changes as a result of changes in temperature cannot be ruled out that the have an effect on the tiaminstatus of the animals," he said.
from: Lennart Balk.
" It might also be the case that we are in any way interfere with the chemistry of the processes involved in nature, so that the production/uptake/supply of thiamine to the ecosystem has been damaged.
He tells the story of a 20-something scientist, with numerous scientific articles published, and the long-standing experience in the field – in this case agreed that the tiaminbristen put a lot of pressure on many species and is a driving force for several of the species going extinct.
A common problem when the immune system is weakened greatly, is a disease that is normally only found in animals, are suddenly more easily able to jump across to the people. Another consequence of this is that the species is forced through a genetic bottleneck, in which fewer and fewer individuals, and the variability of the fittest. This allows the species is even less well equipped to survive, then it becomes a vicious spiral, says Lennart Balk.
thiamine deficiency has also been noted for the comprehensive fish and fågeldöd in Sweden.Photo by: < / b> MATTIAS NILSSON thiamine deficiency has also been noted for the comprehensive fish and fågeldöd in Sweden.Photo by: < / b>, LE CARLSSON / LE CARLSSON is a Previous Next Exit fullscreen mode , As is evident tiaminbristen in the animal kingdom:
• Greatly reduced resistance to bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Other effects include memory loss, behavioral disorders, learning disabilities, impaired orientation, reduced temperaturregleringsförmåga, labored breathing, a worsening of the sinnesfunktioner (sight and smell).
the Molluscs, fishes, reptiles, and birds belonging to the affected groups of animals specified, as well as mammals such as moose and deer.
Source: an Article ”Kill the salmon fry leads to thiamine deficiency, are detected in the environment,” by Thomas Hansson and Lennart Balk of Stockholm university, sweden.
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It starts with the fact that we see fungus and viral diseases in wild animals. Bats in north America, for example, has been hit by the ”white nose”, where the microorganisms that do the nosarna white and eventually kills them.
" And ebola and corona virus such as SARS and MERS have been linked to bats. The Corona is, of course, also be linked to thiamine deficiency in animals.
In China, there are in some places, so some of the insects that people have to handpollinera crops with paint brushes. Fewer and fewer of the insects affect the ecosystem as a whole, and we can also see that the insect is greatly reduced, " notes Lennart Balk. When he was a little boy and went to the car to his relatives in the north, was several times along the way to stop and clean off the dead insects from the windscreen, and the billyktorna, but for now, it's a long time ago, the situation was out of the way.
And, of course, it is not just the animals who need to get some thiamine. The people also rely on vitamin B1, and we have enriching, including flours, meals and some juices and cereals with this vitamin, in order to ensure that we don't get the lack of it. A lack of thiamine can be, and Lennart Balk to make the damage to the brain, which can lead to miscarriage.
" in the Baltic sea region is among the worst-hit areas of the world, when it comes to thiamine deficiency, however, it is also present in, for example, in Oregon, Washington and Alaska. We know, of course, is not the root cause of this virus is now affecting the humans, but when it damages the animal's immune system, such as we are doing now – for example, through thiamine deficiency, it is just this type of scenario, as you would expect. We really need to do research on this, both chemically and biochemically, in order to understand the reasons, " concludes Lennart Balk.
As was discovered in thiamine deficiency
• When the English rivers, which was built for hydroelectric power in the 1960s and 1970s, it was determined that the Waterfall and the other was forced to build a ”countervailing akvarieanläggningar” and how to take care of a certain percentage of the migrating salmon and their reproduction, so that it would not be able to continue to exist in the Baltic sea.
in 1974, observed the unexplained mortality rate from laxavkomman, and it has continued to occur on and off over the years. It was suspected that there was a miljöbetonat, and the disease was given the name of the M74.
• First in 1995, and discovered that he was a researcher) John D. Fitzsimons, that the laxynglen was healthy, though with the addition of vitamin B1, thiamine.
the Typical symptoms of the thiamine deficiency in birds, was recorded in Sweden around 1972, but it wasn't until in 2009, prior to the biochemical analyses, were able to tie the fågeldöden to thiamine deficiency. Around the year 2000 it was discovered fågelskador in Sweden, and at the beginning of 2010 were also affected elk and deer. The Swedish fish are still facing clear of a thiamine deficiency
as well as that of the other species in an episodic pattern.
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