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Rutherfurd, S.M., T.K. Chung and P.J. Moughan. 2014. Effect of microbial phytase on phytate P degradation and apparent digestibility of total P and Ca throughout the gastrointestinal tract of the growing pig. J Animal Sci. 92:182-188.

Almaguer, B.L., R.C. Sulabo, Y. Lin and H.H. Stein. 2014. Standardized total tract digestibility of phosphorus in copra meal, palm kernel expellers, palm kernel meal, and soybean meal fed to growing pigs. J, Animal Sci. 92:2478-2480.

Gehring, C.K., M.R. Bedford and W.A. Dozier III. 2013. Extra-phosphoric effects of phytase with and without xylanase in corn-soybean meal-based diets fed to broilers. Poultry Sci. 92:978-991.

Walk, C.L., M. R. Bedford and A. P. McElroy. 2012. In vitro evaluation of limestone, dicalcium phosphate, and phytase on calcium and phosphorus solubility of corn and soybean meal. Poultry Sci. . 91(3): 674-682.

Rojas, O.J. and H.H. Stein. 2012. Digestibility of phosphorus by growing pigs of fermented and conventional soybean meal without and with microbial phytase. J. Animal Sci. 90(5):1506-1512.

Shim, Mi Veon, Vibe Glits, Nelson Ward and Gene Pesti. 2012. New phytate values for ingredients explored. Feedstuffs, May 21, 2012. Page14-15, 18.

Rojas, O.J. and H. H. Stein, 2011. Digestibility of phosphorus by growing pigs of fermented and conventional soybean meal without and with microbial phytase. J. Animal Sci. 89: 2011-4103.

Goebel, K.P. and H. H. Stein. 2011. Phosphorus digestibility and energy concentration of enzyme-treated and conventional soybean meal fed to weanling pigs. J. Animal Sci. 89:764-772.

Gady, C. and co-workers. 2010. Predicting variations in total and phytic phosphorus in raw materials of plant origin. J. Animal Sci. 88: E-Supplement 2; Abstract 1113 on page 863.

A. S. Akinmusire, A.S. and O. Adeola. 2009. True digestibility of phosphorus in canola and soybean meals for growing pigs: Influence of microbial phytase. J. Animal Sci. 87:977-983.

Patras, P. and co-workers. 2007. Effect of microbial phytate on apparent digestibility and retention of phosphorus and nitrogen in growing pigs. Czech J. Animal Sci. 51(10): 437-443.

Ishiguro, T. and co-workers. 2006. Changes in soybean phytate content as a result of field growing conditionals and influence on tofu texture. Bioscience Biotechnology and Biochemistry 70(4): 874-884.

Manangi, M.K. and C.N. Coon. 2006. Evaluation of phytase enzyme with chick fed basal diets containing different soybean meal samples. J. Applied Poultry Research 15: 292-306.

Nitrayova, S. and co-worker. 2006. Effect of microbial phytase on apparent ileal amino acid digestibility of phosphorus-adequate diets in growing pigs. Archives of Animal Nutr. 60(2): 131-140.

Revy, P.S. and co-workers. 2006. Assessment of dietary zinc requirement of weaned piglets fed diets with or without microbial phytase. J. Animal Physiology and Animal Nutr. 90(1): 50-59.

Cheng, Z.J.J., and co-workers. 2005. Effects of microbial phytase supplementation and dosage on apparent digestibility coefficients of nutrients and dry matter in soybean product-based rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss. J. World Aquaculture Soc. 35(1): 1-15.

Liao, S.F. and co-workers. 2005. Effect of phytase supplementation to a low- and a high-phytate diet for growing pigs on the digestibilities of crude proteins, amino acids and energy. J. Animal Sci. 83 (9): 2130-2136.

Liesegang, A., and co-workers. 2005. Influence of phytase added to a vegetarian diet on bone metabolism in pregnant and lactating sows. J. Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 89(3-6): 120-128.

Rafacz Livongston, K.A. and co-workers. 2005. Citric acid improves phytate phosphorus utilization in crossbred and commercial broiler chicks. Poultry Sci. 84(9): 1370-1375.

Rafacz-Livingston, K.A. and co-workers. 2005. The effects of various organic acids on phytate phosphorus utilization in chicks. Poultry Sci. 84(9): 1356-1362.

Augspurger, N.R. and D.H. Baker. 2004. High dietary phytase levels maximize phytate-phosphorus utilization but do not affect protein utilization in chicks fed phosphorus- or amino acid -deficient diets. J. Animal Sci. 82:1100-1107.

Cervantes, M, and co-workers. 2004. Ileal amino acid digestibility and performance of pigs grain sorghum-based diets supplemented with phytase. Interciencia 29(9): 527-531.

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.

Mulyantini, N.G. and co-workers. 2004. The efficacy of phytase in corn soybean meal based broiler diets. Asia Pac. J. Clin. Nut. 13:S91.

Parson, C.M and R.A. Jungk. 2004. Organic acids improve phosphorus utilization in chicks fed a corn soybean meal diet. Presentation #290, p149 of the 2004 Joint Annual Meeting abstracts.

Revy, R. and co-workers. 2004. Effect of zinc supplementation as either an organic or inorganic source and of microbial phytate on zinc and other mineral utilization by weanling pigs. Animal Feed Sci. and Technology 116(1-2): 93-112.

Sajjadi, M. and C.G. Carter. 2004. Effect of phytic acid and phytase on feed intake, growth, digestibility and trypsin activity Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar, L.). Aquaculture Nutr. 10(2): 135-142.

Sajjadi, M. and C.G. Carter. 2004. Dietary phytase supplemented and the utilization of phosphorus by Atlantic salmon (salmo salar L.) fed a canola meal-based diet. Aquaculture 240: 417-431.

Smith, D.R. and co-workers. 2004. Reducing phosphorus runoff from swine manure with dietary phytase and aluminum chloride. J. Environ. Qual. 33: 1048-1054.

Smith, D.R. and co-workers. 2004. Effect of aluminum chloride and dietary phytase on relative ammonia losses from swine manure. J. Animal Sci. 82(2): 605-611.

Xavier, E.G. and co-workers. 2004. Effects of phytase on the bioavailability of phosphorus in diets containing conventional or low-phytate corn and soybean meal for chicks. Poster W34, p321 of the 2004 Joint Annual Meeting abstracts.

Xavier E.G. and co-workers. 2004. Performance and phosphorus excretion of chicks fed conventional or low-phytate corn-soybean meal diets without or with phytase. Presentation #296, p150 of the 2004 Joint Annual Meeting abstracts.

Xavier E.G. and co-workers. 2004. Phosphorus excretion of pigs fed conventional or low ¬phytate corn-soybean diets without or with phytase. Presentation #409, p253 of the 2004 Joint Annual Meeting abstracts.

Ajakaiye, A. and co-workers. 2003. Determination of true digestive utilization of phosphorus and the endogenous phosphorus outputs associated with soybean meal for growing pigs. Animal Sci. 81(11):2766-2775.

Shirley, R.B. and H.M. Harms, Jr. 2003. Graded levels of phytase past industry standards improve broiler performance. Poultry Sci. 82(4):671-680.

Snow, J.L., M.W. Douglas and C.M. Parsons. 2003. Phytase effects on amino acid digestibility in molted laying hens. Poultry Sci. 82(3):474-477.

Wendt, P., R. Timmier and M. Rodenhutscord. 2003. Dose-response relationship between a supplemented microbial phytase and utilization of phosphorus from a maize/soybean meal-based diet in Peking ducks. Archiv Fur Geflugelkunde 67(5):193-197.

Patterson, D.P. and co-workers. 2002. Effects of varying levels of phytase supplementation on dry matter and phosphorus digestibility in horses fed a common textured ration. J. Equine Veterinary Sci. 22(10): 456-459.

Satoh, S., and co-workers. 2002. Changes of phosphorus absorption from several feed ingredients in rainbow trout during growing stages and effect of extrusion on soybean meal. Fisheries Sci. 68(20):325-333.

Viveros, A. and co-workers. 2002. Effects of microbial phytase supplementation on mineral utilization and serum enzyme activities in broiler chicks fed different levels of phosphorus. Poultry Sci. 81(8): 1172-1183.

Yan, W.B., R.C. Reigh and Z.M. Xu. J. World Aquaculture Soc. 33(1):10-22. 2002. Effects of fungal phytase on utilization of dietary protein and mineral, dephosphorylation of phytic acid in the alimentary tract of channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) fed an all-plant-protein diet. Yan, W.B., R.C. Reigh and Z.M. Xu. J. World Aquaculture Soc. 33 (1):10-22.

Berry, W.D. jr., and co-workers. 2001. Effect of supplemental dietary microbial phytase on egg production, fertility and hatchability of broiler breeder hens. Report of research funded by the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association, Tucker, GA. (www.

Boling, S.D. and co-workers. 2001. Efficacy of phytase for increasing protein efficiency ration values of feed ingredients. Poultry Sci. 80(11):1578-1584.

Papatryphon, E. and J.H. Soares. 2001. The effect of phytase on apparent digestibility of four practical plant feedstuffs fed to striped bass, Morone saxatilis. Aquaculture Nutrition 7(3):161-167.

Traylor, S.L. and co-workers. 2001. Effects of supplemental phytase on ileal digestibility of amino acids, calcium and phosphorus in dehulled soybean meal for growing pigs. Animal Sci. 79:2634-2642.

Waldroup, P.W. 2001. Implementation of nutritional strategies to reduce phosphorus excretion by broilers. Report of research funded by the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association, Tucker, GA. (www.

Boling, S.D. and co-workers. 2000. The effects of dietary available phosphorus levels and phytase on performance of young and older laying hens. Poultry Sci. 79(2):224-230.

Peter, C.M., T.M. Parr and D.H. Baker. 2000. Protein-amino acid utilization in soybean meal for young chickens and pigs as affected by microbial phytase. Abstract 152 presented at the Midwestern Section of ASAS and Midwest Branch ADSA 2000 Meeting, Des Moines, IA.

O’Doherty, J.V., S. Forde and J.J. Callan. 1999. The use of microbial phytase in grower and finisher pig diets. Irish Journal of Agricultural and Food Research. 38(2):227-239.

Ravindran, V., and co-workers. 1999. Influence of microbial phytase on apparent ileal amino acid digestibility of feedstuff for boilers. Poultry Sci. 78(5):699-706.

Um, J.S. and I.K. Paik. 1999. Effects of microbal phytase supplement on egg production, eggshell quality, and mineral retention of hens fed different levels of phosphorus. Poultry Sci. 78(1):75-79.

Wicker, David L., 1999. Phosphorus reduction techniques examined. Feedstuffs August 2, p12-14.

Axe, D.E. 1998. Phosphorus value in ingredient sources examined. Feedstuffs. June 1.

Farrell, D.J. and E.A. Marin. 1998. Strategies to improve the nutrient value of rice bran in poultry diets. III. The addition of inorganic phosphorus an a phytase to duck diets. British Poultry Sci. 39(5):601-611.

Han, Y.M., and co-workers. 1997. Supplemental phytase of microbial and cereal sources improves dietary phytate phosphorus utilization by pigs from weaning through finishing. J. Animal Sci. 75(4):1017-1025.

Liu, J., and co-workers. 1997. Soaking increases the efficacy of supplemental microbial phytase in a low-phosphorus corn-soybean meal diet for growing pigs. J. Animal Sci. 75(5):1292-1298.

Liu, J.Z., D.R. Ledaux and T.L. Veum. 1997. In vitro procedure for predicting the enzymatic dephosphorylation of phytate in core-soybean meal diets for growing swine. J. Agric. Food Chem. 45(7):2612-2617.

Kornegay, E.T. and H. Quan. 1996. Replacement of inorganic phosphorus by microbial phytase for young pigs on a maize-soyabean meal diet. British J. Nutr. 76(4)563-578.

Veum, T.L., and co-workers. 1996. Spray-dried poultry byproducts with or without wheat gluten replaces spray-dried animal protein in weaning pig diets. J. Animal Sci. 74(Suppl. 1) p54.

Denbow, D.M., and co-workers. 1995. Improving phosphorus in soybean meal for broilers by supplementing phytase. Poultry Sci. 74(11):1831-1842.

Radindran, V., and co-workers. 1995. Response of turkey poults to tiered levels of Natuphos phytase added to soybean meal-based semi-purified diets containing three levels of non-phytate phosphorus. Poultry Sci. 74(11):1843-1854.