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Physiological Effects and Physicochemical Properties.- Dietary Fiber: A Glance into the Future.- Effect of Soluble Fibers on Plasma Lipids, Glucose Tolerance and Mineral Balance.- Hypocholesterolemic Effects of Oat Products.- Gastrointestinal Responses to Dietary Fiber.- Dietary Fiber and Bile Acid Metabolism.- Physiological Effects and Physico-Chemical Properties of Soy Cotyledon Fiber.- Interaction of Dietary Fiber with Lipids-Mechanistic Theories and Their Limitations.- Chelating Properties of Fiber and Phytate. The Role for Mineral Availability.- Mechanisms of Action of Dietary Fibre on Small Intestinal Absorption and Motility.- The Effects of Undigestible Fructooligosaccharides on Intestinal Microflora and Various Physiological Functions on Human Health.- Physicochemical Properties and Physiological Effects of the (1 ? 3) (1 ? 4) - (2)-D-Glucan from Oats.- Fiber and Physiological and Potentially Therapeutic Effects of Slowing Carbohydrate Absorption.- Physiological Implications of Wheat and Oat Dietary Fiber.- Polysaccharide Utilization by Human Colonic Bacteria.- Effect of Types of Dietary Fiber on Fecal Mutagens and Bacterial Enzymes in Relation to Colon Cancer.- Utilization of Purified Cellulose in Fiber Studies.- Analysis.- Complexity in the Interpretation of Data Derived from Studies of Dietary Fiber.- Issues in Dietary Fiber Analysis.- Collaborative Study of a Method for Soluble and Insoluble Dietary Fiber.- Non-Starch Polysaccharides (Dietary Fiber) and Resistant Starch.- Delimitation Problems in Definition and Analysis of Dietary Fiber.- Modifications of the AOAC Total Dietary Fiber Method.- Improved Methods for Analysis and Biological Characterization Fiber.- Dietary Fiber Analysis and Nutrition Labelling.- The Uppsala Method for Rapid Analysis of Total Dietary Fiber.- Simplified Method for the Determination of Total Dietary Fiber and its Soluble and Insoluble Fractions in Foods.- Differentiation of Dietary Fiber Sources by Chemical Characterization.- Analysis of Foodstuffs for Dietary Fiber by the Urea Enzymatic Dialysis Method.