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Lee, Heuisuck, J.D. Garlish and P.R. Ferket. 1991. Effect of overcooked soybean meal on turkey performance. Poultry Science (1991) 70 (12):2509-2515

Lee, Heuisuck, J.D. Garlish and P.R. Ferket. 1991. Effect of overcooked soybean meal on turkey performance. Poultry Science (1991) 70 (12):2509-2515

Lee, H. and J.D. Garlish. 1992. Effect of overcooked soybean meal on chicken performance and amino acid availability. Poultry Sci. 71(3): 499-508

Kocher, A., J.M. Hower and C.A. Moran. 2015. A dual-enzyme product containing protease in broiler diet: Efficacy and tolerance. J. Applied Anim. Nutr. Volume 3.

Burley, H.K., P.H. Patterson and K.E. Anderson. 2015. Alternative ingredients for providing adequate methionine in organic poultry diets in the United States with limited synthetic amino acid use. World's Poultry Science Journal 71(3): 493 – 504.

Batonon-Alavo, D.I., M. Umar Faruk, P. Lescoat, G. M. Weber and D. Bastianelli. 2015. Inclusion of sorghum, millet and cottonseed meal in broiler diets: A meta-analysis of effects on performance. Animal 9(7): 1120-1130.

Liu, Y.G., R A. Swich and D. Creswell. 2012. Assessing AME and digestible amino acids of different soybean meals by NIRS and broiler performance. Aust. Poult. Sci. Symp. (23): 55-58.

Da Silva, J.H.V, and co-workers. 2012. A determination of order of limiting amino acids in a low crude protein diet for laying hens, Poultry Sci. 91:(E-Suppl, 1); Abs. No. 329).

Pacheco W.J., C.R. Stark, P.R. Ferket and J. Brake. 2013. Evaluation of soybean meal source and particle size on broiler performance, nutrient digestibility, and gizzard development. Poultry Sci. 92(11):2914-2922.

Serrano, M.P., D.G. Valencia, J. Mendez and G.G. Mateos. 2012. Influence of feed form and source of soybean meal of the diet on growth performance of broilers from 1 to 32 days of age. 1. Floor pen study. Poultry Sci. 81:2838-2844.

Burley, H.K., P.H. Patterson and M.A. Elliot. 2013. Effect of a reduced crude protein, amino acid-balanced diet on hen performance, production costs, and ammonia emissions in a commercial laying hen flock. The Journal of Applied Poultry Research 22(2): 217-228.

Da Silva, J.H.V. and co-workers. 2012. A determination of order of limiting amino acids in a low crude protein diet for laying hens. Poultry Sci. 91(Suppl. 1), P329, page 113.

Serrano, M.P., D. G. Valencia, J. Mendez, R. Lazaro, and G. G. Mateos. 2012. Influence of feed form and source of soybean meal of the diet on growth performance of broilers from one to forty-two days of age. Poultry Sci. (Suppl. 1), P399. page 135.

McNaughton, J. and co-workers. 2011. Comparison of broiler performance and carcass yields when fed transgenic maize grain containing event DP-Ø9814Ø-6 and processed fractions from transgenic soybeans containing event DP-356Ø43-5. Poultry Sci. (90):1701-1711.

S. M. Rutherfurd, S.M. and co-workers. 2012. Effect of a novel phytase on growth performance, apparent metabolizable energy, and the availability of minerals and amino acids in a low-phosphorus corn-soybean meal diet for broilers. Poultry Sci. 91(5):1118-1127.

Kim, E.J., P. L. Utterback and C. M. Parsons. 2012. Comparison of amino acid digestibility coefficients for soybean meal, canola meal, fish meal, and meat and bone meal among 3 different bioassays. Poultry Sci. 91(6): 1350-1355.

K. M. Baker, P. L. Utterback, C. M. Parsons and H. H. Stein. 2011. Nutritional value of soybean meal produced from conventional, high-protein, or low-oligosaccharide varieties of soybeans and fed to broiler chicks. Poultry Sci. (90):390-395.

G. P. Widyaratne and M. D. Drew. 2011. Effects of protein level and digestibility on the growth and carcass characteristics of broiler chickens. Poultry Sci. (90):595-603.

de Coca-Sinova, A. and co-workers. 2010. Influence of source of soybean meal and lysine content of the diet on performance and total tract apparent retention of nutrients in broilers from 1 to 36 days of age. Poultry Sci. 89:1440-1450.

Jankowshi, J. and co-workers. 2009. The effect of diets containing soybean meal, soybean protein concentrate, and soybean protein isolate of different oligosaccharide content on growth performance and gut function of young turkeys. Poultry Sci. 88:232-2140.

Akdemir, K. and K. Sahin. 2009. Genistein supplementation to the quail: Effects on egg production and egg yolk genistein, daidzein, and lipid peroxidation levels. Poultry Sci. 88:2125-2131.

Frikhal, M. and co-workers. 2009. Effect of soybean meal origin on performance of broilers from 1 to 37 days of age. Annual Meeting of the Poultry Science Association, July 20-23. Poster 364.

Waguespack, A.M. and co-workers. 2009. Effect of incremental levels of L-lysine and determination of the limiting amino acids in low crude protein corn-soybean meal diets for broilers. Poultry Sci. 88(6):1216-1226.

Maria S.J. Centeno, Maria S.J. and co-workers. 2006. Galactanases and mannanases improve the nutritive value of maize and soybean meal based diets for broiler chicks. The J. Poultry Sci. 43: 344-350 (Japanese Poultry Sci. Association).

Adeola, O. 2005. Metabolizable energy and amino acid digestibility of high-oil maize low-phytate-maize and low-phytate soybean meal for White Pekin ducks. Br. Poultry Sci. 46(5): 607-614.

Cowieson, A.J. and O. Adeola. 2005. Carbohydrases, protease, and phytase have an additive beneficial effect in nutritional marginal diets for broilers chick. Poultry Sci. 84 (12): 1860-1867.

Dari, R.L. and co-workers. 2005. Use of digestible amino acids and the concept of idea protein in feed formulation for boilers. J. Applied Poultry Res. 14(2): 195-203.

Maclsaac, J.L. and co-workers. 2005. Roasted full-fat soybeans in starter, grower and finisher diets for female broiler turkeys. J. Applied Poultry Research 14(1): 116-121.

Saleh, F. and co-workers. 2005. A mixture of pure cellulase, hemicellulase and pectinase improves broiler performance. Br. Poultry Sci. 46(5): 602-606.

Thacker, P.A. 2005. Effect of xylanase and protease on the performance of growth-finishing pigs fed corn-based diets. J. Applied Animal Research 28(1): 17-23.

Wang, C.L. and co-workers. 2005. Effects of alpha-galactosidase supplement to corn-soybean diets on nutrient utilization, performance, serum indices and organ weight in broilers. Australasian J. Animal Sci. 18(12): 1761-1768.

Elangovan, A.V. and co-workers. 2004. Effects of enzymes in diets with varying energy levels on growth and egg production performance of Japanese quail. J. Sci. Food and Agric. 84(15): 2028-2034.

Fasina, Y.O. and co-workers. 2004. Response of turkey poults to soybean lectin levels typically encountered in commercial diets. 1. Effect on growth and nutrient digestibility. Poultry Sci. 83(9): 1559-1571.

Kilburn, J. and H.M. Edwards. 2004. The effect of particle size of commercial soybean meal on performance and nutrient utilization of broiler chicks. Poultry Sci. 83(3): 428-432.

Si, Jianlin and co-workers. 2004. An evaluation of the interaction of lysine and methionine in diets of growing broilers. International J. Poultry Sci. 3(1):51-60.

Lee, H.S. and co-workers. 2004 Evaluation of protein dispersibility index as an indicator for soybean meal protein quality in growing pigs: I. Metabolic study. Poster T42, p174 of the 2004 Joint Annual Meeting abstracts.

Ash, J., C. Novak and S.E. Scheideier. 2003. The fate of genetically modified protein from Roundup Ready Soybean in laying hens. J. Applied Poultry Research 12(2):242-245.

Br. Ghazi, S., J.A. Rooke and H. Galbraith. J. 2003. Improvement of the nutritional value of soybean meal by protease and alpha-galactosidase treatment in broiler cockerels and broiler chicks. Poultry Sci. 44(3):410-418.

Ghazi, S., J.A. Rooke and H. Galbraith. 2003. Improvement of the nutritional value of soybean meal by protease and alpha-galactosidase treatment in broiler cockerels and broiler chicks. Br. J. Poultry Sci. 44(3): 410-418.

Huang, K. and co-workers. 2003. Influence of age on ileal lysine digestibility of feedstuffs in broiler chickens. Proc Aust. Poultry Sci, Sym. 15:70.

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.

Batal, A.B. and C.M. Parsons. 2002. Effects of age on development of digestive organs and performance of chicks fed a corn-soybean meal versus a crystalline amino acid diet. Poultry Sci. 81(9):1338-1341.

Bregendahl, K., J. L. Sell and D.R. Zimmerman. 2002. Effect of low-protein diets on growth performance and body composition of broiler chicks. Poultry Sci. 81(8):1156-1167.

Graham, K.K. and co-workers. 2002. The effect of enzyme treatment of soybean meal on oligosaccharide disappearance and chick growth performance. Poultry Sci. 81(7):1014-1019.

Kocher, A. and co-workers. 2002. Effects of feed enzymes on nutritive value of soybean meal fed to broilers. Br. J. Poultry Sci. 43(1):54-63.

Subuh, A.M.H. and co-workers. 2002. Use of various ratios of extracted full-fat soybean meal and dehulled solvent extracted soybean meal in broiler diets. International J. Poultry Sci. 1(1-3): 9-12.

Waldroup, P.W., J.H. Kersey and C.A. Fritts. 2002. Influence of branched-chain amino acids in broiler diets. International J. Poultry Sci. 1(5): 136-144.

Danicke, S., A. Kucinskas and H. Jeroch. 2001. Feed value and possibilities of feed value improvement of soy products for broilers. Archiv Fur Geflugelkunde 65(4):157-167.

Kidd, M.T., and co-workers. 2001. Enzyme supplementation to corn and soybean meal diets for broilers. J. Applied Poultry Research, 10(1):65-70.

Hamilton, R.M.G. and M.A. Niven. 2000. Replacement of soybean meal with roasted full-fat soybeans from high-protein or conventional cultivars in diets for broiler chicks. Canadian J. Animal Sci. 80(3): 483-488.

Emmert, J.L. and D.H. Baker. 1997. A chick bioassay approach for determining the bioavailable choline concentration in normal and overheated soybean meal, canola meal and peanut meal. J. Nutr. 127:745-752.

Sell, J.L., and co-workers. 1997. Influence of supplementing corn-soybean meal diets with vitamin E on performance and selected physiological traits of mail turkeys. Poultry Sci. 76(10):1405-1417.

Irwin, M. Richard and H.L. Kempster. 1942. The value of soybean oil meal in broiler rations. University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 441.