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12010Trace mineral interactions in broiler chicken dietsBao, Yumin M; Choct, Mingan ; Iji, Paul ; Bruerton, Ken14-May-2010
22002Feed enzymes and wheat-based diets in laying hensRoberts, Juliet Rosemary ; Ball, Wendy; Suawa, Elfira28-Aug-2012
32012The influence of particle size and processing method for wheat-based diets, offered in dry or liquid form, on growth performance and diet digestibility in male weaner pigsI'Anson, Katie A; Choct, Mingan ; Brooks, Peter H4-Sep-2012
42008Effects of mannanoligosaccharide and fructooligosaccharide on the response of broilers to pathogenic 'Escherichia coli' challengeYang, Ying; Iji, Paul ; Kocher, Andreas; Mikkelsen, Lene ; Choct, Mingan 17-Nov-2009
52001Body and intestinal growth of broiler chicks on a commercial starter diet: 2. Development and characteristics of intestinal enzymesIji, P ; Saki, AA; Tivey, DR5-May-2008
62006Skin and muscle protein metabolism in Merinos differing in EBVs for wool growthLi, Li ; Godwin, Ian Robert ; Oddy, Hutton; Liu, S.; Nolan, John Vivian 19-Nov-2009
72016The case for pre-parturient selenium and iodine supplementation of ewes for improving lamb survivalSchmoelzl, Sabine ; Cowley, Fran 15-Jul-2016
82007Protein synthesis rates in skin components and skeletal muscle of sheep selected for divergent clean fleece weight in response to below- and above-maintenance nutritionLi, Li ; Liu, SM; Oddy, Hutton; Nolan, John Vivian 29-Oct-2009
92006Skin characteristics and Skin protein composition of Merinos differing in estimated breeding values for wool growth and fed at above and below maintenanceLi, Li ; Godwin, Ian Robert ; Liu, S. M.; Oddy, Hutton; Nolan, John Vivian 2-Nov-2009
101992Anti-nutritive effect of wheat pentosans in broiler chickens: Roles of viscosity and gut microfloraChoct, Mingan ; Annison, Geoffrey16-Oct-2013

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