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Volume 44, Supplement 1, Supplement 1/March 2003

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Oestrogen receptor alpha (ERα) and beta (ER) in chicken skeletal muscle: Mediators of myo-protection?
pp. S12-S13(2)
Authors: Cooke, V.E.; Carlisle, A.J.; Talbot, R.T.; Boswell, T.; Mitchell, M.A.

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New enzyme technologies for poultry feeds
pp. S14-S16(3)
Author: Bedford, M.R.

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The performance of chickens fed diets with and without thyme oil and enzymes
pp. S18-S19(2)
Authors: Cross, D.E.; Svoboda, K.; McDevitt, R.M.; Acamovic, T.

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The effect of phytase and phytic acid on endogenous losses from broiler chickens
pp. S23-S24(2)
Authors: Cowieson, A.J.; Acamovic, T.; Bedford, M.R.

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Efficacy of probiotics and their effects on performance, carcase characteristics, intestinal microflora and Salmonella incidence in broilers
pp. S26-S27(2)
Authors: Priyankarage, N.; Silva, S.S.P.; Gunaratne, S.P.; Kothalawala, H.; Palliyaguru, M.W.C.D.; Gunawardana, G.A.

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Dietary fibre improves the welfare of female broiler breeders
pp. S30-S31(2)
Authors: Zaczek, V.; Jones, E.K.M.; Macleod, M.G.; Hocking, P.M.

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A comparison of skeletal muscle fibre growth in broiler and layer chickens
pp. S33-S34(2)
Authors: Cooke, V.E.; Gilpin, S.; Mahon, M.; Sandercock, D.A.; Mitchell, M. A.

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Bromodialone reduces cell-mediated immunity in chickens
pp. S34-S35(2)
Authors: Singh, A.K.; Kumar, R.; Singhal, L.K.; Chauhan, R.S.

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Phytic acid and the implications for protein utilisation by poultry
pp. S36-S37(2)
Authors: Cowieson, A.J.; Acamovic, T.; Bedford, M.R.

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Comparison of two bioassays to determine the metabolisable energy of different wheat cultivar samples
pp. S39-S40(2)
Authors: Pirgozliev, V.R.; Rose, S.P.; Kettlewell, P.S.

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Comparison of the efficacies of different probiotics for broiler chickens
pp. S42-S43(2)
Authors: Priyankarage, N.; Silva, S.S.P.; Gunaratne, S.P.; Palliyaguru, M.W.C.D.; Weerasinghe, W.M.P.B.; Fernando, P.S.

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Effects of dietary inclusion of plant extracts on the growth performance of male broiler chickens
pp. S43-S44(2)
Authors: Lewis, M.R.; Rose, S.P.; Mackenzie, A.M.; Tucker, L.A.

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The use of natural feed additives as alternatives for an antibiotic growth promoter in broiler diets
pp. S44-S45(2)
Authors: Demir, E.; Sarica, Ş.; Özcan, M.A.; SuI¸Mez, M.

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2003 Spring Meeting of the WPSA UK Branch
pp. S5-S6(2)
Authors: Albentosa, M.J.; Cooper, J.J.

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Strength of motivation of broiler chickens to seek fresh air after exposure to atmospheric ammonia
pp. S6-S7(2)
Authors: Jones, E.K.M.; Wathes, C.M.; Webster, A.J.F.

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