His scientific interests lie mostly in Phytase, Animal science, Aspergillus niger, Meal and Phytic acid. His Phytase study is concerned with the field of Phosphorus as a whole. He has researched Animal science in several fields, including Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Isoleucine, Digestion and Methionine.
Aspergillus niger is a subfield of Food science that A.W. Jongbloed explores. His research on Meal often connects related topics like Agronomy. His Phytic acid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydrolysis and Soybean meal.
His primary areas of study are Animal science, Food science, Phytase, Biochemistry and Phosphorus. His Animal science study incorporates themes from Endocrinology, Urine, Internal medicine, Feces and Manure. His study focuses on the intersection of Food science and fields such as Dry matter with connections in the field of Weaning.
A.W. Jongbloed has included themes like Meal, Agronomy, Hydrolysis, Aspergillus niger and Phytic acid in his Phytase study. His Digestion, Amino acid, Enzyme and Casein study in the realm of Biochemistry interacts with subjects such as Biological availability. His Phosphorus research incorporates elements of Calcium and Excretion.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Animal science, Phosphorus, Pig farming, Copper and Food science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Internal medicine, Feces and Manure. The study incorporates disciplines such as Organic matter, Ammonium, Nitrogen, Urine and Ammonia in addition to Manure.
The various areas that A.W. Jongbloed examines in his Phosphorus study include Excretion, Entire male, Agronomy and Dose Response Study. His study in Phytase extends to Food science with its themes. A.W. Jongbloed interconnects Moisture, Incubation and Aspergillus niger in the investigation of issues within Phytase.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Phytase, Copper, Animal science, Biochemistry and Food science. His work deals with themes such as Feces and Manure, which intersect with Animal science. His Feces study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dry matter, Ammonium, Nitrogen, Urine and Ammonia.
A.W. Jongbloed studies Aspergillus niger, a branch of Food science. His Aspergillus niger study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pepsin, Agronomy, Phosphorus utilization, Incubation period and Excretion. His Incubation research includes elements of Meal, Citric acid, Broiler, Hydrolysis and Soybean meal.
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The effect of supplementary Aspergillus niger phytase in diets for pigs on concentration and apparent digestibility of dry matter, total phosphorus, and phytic acid in different sections of the alimentary tract.
A W Jongbloed;Z Mroz;P A Kemme.
Journal of Animal Science (1992)
Apparent digestibility and retention of nutrients bound to phytate complexes as influenced by microbial phytase and feeding regimen in pigs
Z. Mroz;A. W. Jongbloed;P. A. Kemme.
Journal of Animal Science (1994)
The efficacy of Aspergillus niger phytase in rendering phytate phosphorus available for absorption in pigs is influenced by pig physiological status.
Paul A. Kemme;Age W. Jongbloed;Zdzislaw Mroz;Anton C. Beynen.
Journal of Animal Science (1997)
The effects of calcium benzoate in diets with or without organic acids on dietary buffering capacity, apparent digestibility, retention of nutrients, and manure characteristics in swine.
Z Mroz;A W Jongbloed;K H Partanen;K Vreman.
Journal of Animal Science (2000)
The effects of microbial phytase, organic acids and their interaction in diets for growing pigs
A.W Jongbloed;Z Mroz;R van der Weij-Jongbloed;P.A Kemme.
Livestock Production Science (2000)
Effect of dietary neutral detergent fiber on ileal digestibility and portal flux of nitrogen and amino acids and on nitrogen utilization in growing pigs.
N.P. Lenis;P. Bikker;van der J. Meulen;van J.Th.M. Diepen.
Journal of Animal Science (1996)
Effect of graded doses and a high dose of microbial phytase on the digestibility of various minerals in weaner pigs
A. K. Kies;A. K. Kies;P. A. Kemme;L. B. J. Šebek;J. Th. M. van Diepen.
Journal of Animal Science (2006)
Interaction between Protein, Phytate, and Microbial Phytase. In Vitro Studies
Arie K Kies;Leon H De Jonge;Paul A Kemme;Age W Jongbloed.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2006)
Digestibility of nutrients in growing–finishing pigs is affected by Aspergillus niger phytase, phytate and lactic acid levels: 1. Apparent ileal digestibility of amino acids
Paul A. Kemme;Age W. Jongbloed;Zdzisław Mroz;Jan Kogut.
Livestock Production Science (1999)
Influence of electrolyte balance and acidifying calcium salts in the diet of growing-finishing pigs on urinary pH, slurry pH and ammonia volatilisation from slurry
T.T. Canh;A.J.A. Aarnink;Z. Mroz;A.W. Jongbloed.
Livestock Production Science (1998)
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