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B. E. Hill, A. L. Sutton and B. T. Richert. 2009. Effects of low-phytic acid corn, low-phytic acid soybean meal, and phytase on nutrient digestibility and excretion in growing pigs. J. Animal Sci. 87:1518-1527.

Hill, B. E. and co-workers. 2008. Effects of low-phytic acid corn, low-phytic acid soybean meal, and Ward, N. E. 2006. Phytase matrix values: Theoretical aspects. Feedstuffs, January 23.

Power, W. J. and co-workers. 2006. Total and water-soluble phosphorus excretion from swine fed low-phytate soybeans. J. Animal Sci. 84(7): 1907-1915.

Oltmans, S. E. and co-workers. 2005. Agronomic and seed traits of soybeans lines with low-phytate phosphorus. Crop Sci. 45(2):593-598.

Chiera, J. M. and co-workers. 2004. Ectopic expression of soybean phytase in developing seed of Glycine max to improve phosphorus availability. Plant Molecular Biol. 56(6):895-904.

Krishman, P. H. 2005. Engineering soybean enhanced sulfur amino acid content. Crop Sci. 43:454-461.

Godwin, J. L. and co-workers. 2004. The use of low-phytate soybean meal to reduce phosphorus excretion from poults raised to 18 days of age. Poster T13, p167 of the 2004 joint Annual Meeting abstracts.

Oltmans, S.E., W.R. Fehr, G.A. Welke and S.R. Cianzio. 2003. Inheritance of low-phytate phosphorus in soybean. Crop Sci. 44(2): 433-435.

Sands, J. S., D. Ragland, J. R. Wilcox and O. Adeola. 2003. Relative bioavailability of phosphorus in low-phytate soybean meal for broiler chicks. Canadian J. Animal Sci 83(1):95-100.

Hitz, W.D. and co-workers. 2002. Biochemical and molecular characterization of a mutation that confers a decreased raffinossaccharide and phytic acid phenotype on soybean seed. Plant Physiology 128(2):650-660.

Imsande, J. 2001. Selection of soybean mutants with increased concentrations of seed methionine and cysteine. Crop Sci. 41(2):510-515.

Spencer, J. D. and co-workers. 2000. Nutrient retention and growth performance of pigs fed diets formulated with low-phytate corn and/or low-phytate/low oligosaccharide soybean meal. Abstract 211 presented at the Midwestern Section of ASAS and Midwest Branch ADSA 2000 Meeting, Des Moines, IA.

Zhang, A. B. and co-workers. 2000. Comparison of genetically engineered microbial and plant phytase for young broilers. Poultry Sci. 78:709-717.

Denbow, D. M., and co-workers. 1998. Soybeans transformed with fungal phytase gene improve phosphorus availability for broilers. Poultry Sci. 77:878-881.