Zinc Deficiency Disorder is a lack of Zinc that can affect both plants and animals. In a plant Zinc Deficiency Disorder would not allow for the plant to grow correctly in which case the plant would be deformed. In humans nearly one fifth of the world’s population is at risk for Zinc Deficiency Disorder. It affects humans much different than plants but the effects would include acne and some hindering of the ability to eyesight, taste, memory, and smell. Zinc is also crucial to the testosterone production of men so a man with Zinc Deficiency Disorder would not produce testosterone at nearly the same rate as a man unaffected. Zinc Deficiency Disorder can be fairly easily treated by medical supplement or just adding more food containing zinc into one’s diet.
Zinc Deficiency Disorder Bioinformatics Tool
Laverne is a handy bioinformatics tool to help facilitate scientific exploration of related genes, diseases and pathways based on co-citations. Explore more on Zinc Deficiency Disorder below!
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