Olayiwola Adeola
Olayiwola Adeola
Professor of Animal Sciences, Purdue University
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Nutrient requirements of swine
National Research Council
National Academies Press, 2012
6358*2012
Phytate: its chemistry, occurrence, food interactions, nutritional significance, and methods of analysis
JA Maga
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 30 (1), 1-9, 1982
8291982
Increased small intestinal fermentation is partly responsible for the anti‐nutritive activity of non‐starch polysaccharides in chickens
M Choct, RJ Hughes, J Wang, MR Bedford, AJ Morgan, G Annison
British poultry science 37 (3), 609-621, 1996
6771996
Digestion and balance techniques in pigs
O Adeola
Swine nutrition, 923-936, 2000
5942000
Board-invited review: opportunities and challenges in using exogenous enzymes to improve nonruminant animal production
O Adeola, AJ Cowieson
Journal of animal science 89 (10), 3189-3218, 2011
4912011
Carbohydrases, protease, and phytase have an additive beneficial effect in nutritionally marginal diets for broiler chicks
AJ Cowieson, O Adeola
Poultry science 84 (12), 1860-1867, 2005
3172005
The effect of enzyme supplementation on the apparent metabolizable energy and nutrient digestibilities of wheat, barley, oats, and rye for the young broiler chick
OD Friesen, W Guenter, RR Marquardt, BA Rotter
Poultry Science 71 (10), 1710-1721, 1992
2791992
Age-related influence of a cocktail of xylanase, amylase, and protease or phytase individually or in combination in broilers
OA Olukosi, AJ Cowieson, O Adeola
Poultry science 86 (1), 77-86, 2007
2762007
Phytase-induced changes in mineral utilization in zinc-supplemented diets for pigs
O Adeola, BV Lawrence, AL Sutton, TR Cline
Journal of Animal Science 73 (11), 3384-3391, 1995
2491995
Evaluation of microbial phytase in broiler diets
RN Dilger, EM Onyango, JS Sands, O Adeola
Poultry Science 83 (6), 962-970, 2004
2022004
Does supplemental dietary microbial phytase improve amino acid utilization? A perspective that it does not
O Adeola, JS Sands
Journal of Animal Science 81 (14_suppl_2), E78-E85, 2003
1932003
Bone densitometry as an indicator of percentage tibia ash in broiler chicks fed varying dietary calcium and phosphorus levels
EM Onyango, PY Hester, R Stroshine, O Adeola
Poultry Science 82 (11), 1787-1791, 2003
1792003
Digestibility of nitrogen and amino acids in soybean meal with added soyhulls,
RN Dilger, JS Sands, D Ragland, O Adeola
Journal of Animal Science 82 (3), 715-724, 2004
1722004
Efficacy of an evolved Escherichia coli phytase in diets of broiler chicks
EM Onyango, MR Bedford, O Adeola
Poultry Science 84 (2), 248-255, 2005
1702005
Evaluation of amino acid and energy utilization in feedstuff for swine and poultry diets
C Kong, O Adeola
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 27 (7), 917, 2014
1542014
Standardized ileal amino acid digestibility of plant feedstuffs in broiler chickens and turkey poults using a nitrogen-free or casein diet
SA Adedokun, O Adeola, CM Parsons, MS Lilburn, TJ Applegate
Poultry science 87 (12), 2535-2548, 2008
1482008
Phosphorus bioavailability, growth performance, and nutrient balance in pigs fed high available phosphorus corn and phytase
JS Sands, D Ragland, C Baxter, BC Joern, TE Sauber, O Adeola
Journal of animal science 79 (8), 2134-2142, 2001
1302001
Intestinal mucin dynamics: response of broiler chicks and White Pekin ducklings to dietary threonine
NL Horn, SS Donkin, TJ Applegate, O Adeola
Poultry science 88 (9), 1906-1914, 2009
1202009
Hypothalamic neurotransmitter concentrations and meat quality in stressed pigs offered excess dietary tryptophan and tyrosine
O Adeola, RO Ball
Journal of Animal Science 70 (6), 1888-1894, 1992
1151992
Exogenous dietary xylanase ameliorates viscosity-induced anti-nutritional effects in wheat-based diets for White Pekin ducks (Anas platyrinchos domesticus)
O Adeola, MR Bedford
British journal of nutrition 92 (1), 87-94, 2004
1122004
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