References & Abstracts - Companion Animals
Menniti, M.F., G.M. Davenport, A.K. Shoveller, J.P. Cant and V.R. Osborne. 2014. Effect of graded inclusion of dietary soybean meal on nutrient digestibility, health, and metabolic indices of adult dogs. J. Animal Sci. 92(5): 2094-2104.
Menniti, M.F., G.M. Davenport, A.K. Shoveller, J.P. Cant and V.R. Osborne. 2014. Effect of graded inclusion of dietary soybean meal on nutrient digestibility, health, and metabolic indices of adult dogs. J. Animal Sci. 92:2094-2104.
Yamka, R.M. and co-workers. 2006. In vivo measurement of flatulence and nutrient digestibility in dogs fed poultry by-product meal, conventional soybean meal and low-oligosaccharide low-phytate soybean meal. Am. J. Veterinary Research 67(1): 88-94.
Yamka, R.M., B.M. Hetzler and D.L. Harmon. 2005. Evaluation of low-oligosaccharide, low-phytate whole soybean and soybean meal in canine foods. J Animal Sci. 83: 393-399.
Yamka, R.M., S.E. Kitts and D.L. Harmon. 2005. Evaluation of low-oligosaccharides and low-oligosaccharide low-phytate whole soya beans in canine foods. Animal Science and Technology 120: 79-91.
Hill, R.C. and co-workers. 2001. The effect of textured vegetable protein from soy on nutrient digestion compared to beef in cannulated dogs. J. Animal Sci. 79(8):2162-2171.
Clapper, G.M., C.M. Grieshop, N.R. Merchen, J.C. Russett and G.C. Fahey. 2000. Soybean protein products affect nutrient digestibilities and fecal characteristics of dogs. J. Animal Sci. 78:Suppl.1 (abstract 803).
Hill, R.C. and co-workers. 2000. The effect of texturized vegetable protein containing soy carbohydrate on oroileal transit of chromic oxide in cannulated dogs. J. Animal Sci. 78:2633-2638.
Cole, J.T. and co-workers. 1999. Soybean hulls as a dietary fiber source for dogs. Animal Sci. 77:917-924.
Zentek, J. and R. Mischke. 1997. Soya and casein as dietary protein for dogs. J. Anim. Phys. and Anim. Nutr. (Zeitschrift Fur Tierphysiologie Tierenahrung und Futtermittekunde) 77(3):139-148.
Zhao, X.T., and co-workers. 1997. Intestinal transit and absorption of soy protein in dogs depend on load and degree of protein hydolysis. J. Nutr. 127(12):2350-2356.
Zuo, Y., and co-workers. 1996. Digestion response to low oilgosaccharide soybean meal by ileally-cannulated dogs. J. Animal Sci. 74(10):2441-2449.