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Volume 46, Number 1, February 2005

Use of the range area in organic egg production systems: effect of climatic factors, flock size, age and artificial cover
pp. 1-8(8)
Authors: Hegelund, L.; Sørensen, J.T.; Kjær, J.B.; Kristensen, I.S.

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Design of laying nests in furnished cages: influence of nesting material, nest box position and seclusion
pp. 9-15(7)
Authors: Struelens, E.; Tuyttens, F.A.M.; Janssen, A.; Leroy, T.; Audoorn, L.; Vranken, E.; De Baere, K.; Ödberg, F.; Berckmans, D.; Zoons, J.; Sonck, B.

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Effects of different management factors on broiler performance and incidence of tibial dyschondroplasia
pp. 16-21(6)
Authors: Petek, M.; Sönmez, G.; Yildiz, H.; Baspinar, H.

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Rearing Greater Rhea (Rhea americana) chicks: is adoption more effective than the artificial intensive system?
pp. 22-25(4)
Authors: Barri, F.R.; Navarro, J.L.; Maceira, N.O.; Martella, M.B.

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Influence of Dermanyssus gallinae and Ascaridia galli infections on behaviour and health of laying hens (Gallus gallus domesticus)
pp. 26-34(9)
Authors: Kilpinen, O.; Roepstorff, A.; Permin, A.; Nørgaard-Nielsen, G.; Lawson, L.G.; Simonsen, H.B.

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Genetic parameters of ascites-related traits in broilers: effect of cold and normal temperature conditions
pp. 35-42(8)
Authors: Pakdel, A.; van Arendonk, J.A.M.; Vereijken, A.L.J.; Bovenhuis, H.

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Genetic parameters of ascites-related traits in broilers: correlations with feed efficiency and carcase traits
pp. 43-53(11)
Authors: Pakdel, A.; Arendonk, J.A.M. Van; Vereijken, A.L.J.; Bovenhuis, H.

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Heritability of sudden death syndrome and its associated correlations to ascites and body weight in broilers
pp. 54-57(4)
Authors: Moghadam, H.K.; Mcmillan, I.; Chambers, J.R.; Julian, R.J.; Tranchant, C.C.

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Use of Trichosporon mycotoxinivorans to suppress the effects of ochratoxicosis on the immune system of broiler chicks
pp. 58-65(8)
Authors: Politis, I.; Fegeros, K.; Nitsch, S.; Schatzmayr, G.; Kantas, D.

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Soft wheat instead of hard wheat in pelleted diets results in high starch digestibility in broiler chickens
pp. 66-74(9)
Authors: Carré, B.; Muley, N.; Gomez, J.; Oury, F.-X.; Laffitte, E.; Guillou, D.; Signoret, C.

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Effect of enzyme supplementation on the metabolisable energy content of solvent-extracted rapeseed and sunflower seed meals for chicken, guinea fowl and quail
pp. 75-79(5)
Authors: Mandal, A.B.; Elangovan, A.V.; Tyagi, Pramod K.; Tyagi, Praveen K.; Johri, A.K.; Kaur, S.

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Effects of dietary conjugated linoleic acid and high-oleic sunflower oil on performance and egg quality in laying hens
pp. 80-86(7)
Authors: Alvarez, C.; García-Rebollar, P.; Cachaldora, P.; Méndez, J.; De Blas, J.C.

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Breeder hen dietary L-carnitine affects progeny carcase traits
pp. 97-103(7)
Authors: Kidd, M.T.; Mcdaniel, C.D.; Peebles, E.D.; Barber, S.J.; Corzo, A.; Branton, S.L.; Woodworth, J.C.

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Dietary n-3 and n-6 fatty acids alter avian glucose metabolism
pp. 104-113(10)
Authors: Newman, R.E.; Bryden, W.L.; Kirby, A.C.; Storlien, L.H.; Downing, J.A.

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Book Review of biostatistics for animal science
pp. 124-124(1)
Author: Allen, Michelle

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