His primary areas of study are Phytase, Food science, Phytic acid, Amino acid and Broiler. His work investigates the relationship between Phytase and topics such as Xylanase that intersect with problems in Glucanase. His Food science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Weight gain and Phosphate.
His work carried out in the field of Amino acid brings together such families of science as Protein digestion and Digestion. His studies deal with areas such as Meal, Dry matter, Starch, Sorghum and Feed conversion ratio as well as Broiler. Peter H. Selle works mostly in the field of Feed conversion ratio, limiting it down to topics relating to Animal science and, in certain cases, Agronomy and Isoleucine.
His primary scientific interests are in Broiler, Food science, Starch, Animal science and Phytase. Peter H. Selle interconnects Feed conversion ratio, Sorghum, Weight gain and Ileum in the investigation of issues within Broiler. His studies in Food science integrate themes in fields like Amino acid, Methionine and Endosperm.
Peter H. Selle has included themes like Low protein and Animal feed in his Starch study. His Animal science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Glycine and Whole grains. Peter H. Selle usually deals with Phytase and limits it to topics linked to Meal and Canola.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Broiler, Animal science, Amino acid, Starch and Food science. His work deals with themes such as Glycine, Threonine, Phytase, Feed conversion ratio and Ileum, which intersect with Broiler. Peter H. Selle has researched Animal science in several fields, including Weight gain and Meal.
His Amino acid study improves the overall literature in Biochemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Uric acid and Sorghum in addition to Starch. Peter H. Selle combines subjects such as Arginine and Ammonia with his study of Food science.
His main research concerns Broiler, Animal science, Amino acid, Starch and Feed conversion ratio. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Glycine and Threonine. His Amino acid research incorporates elements of Protein biosynthesis, Food science and Skeletal muscle.
His Starch research includes themes of Portal circulation and Small intestine. His research integrates issues of Amen and Ileum in his study of Feed conversion ratio. His Amen research focuses on Sorghum and how it relates to Phytase, Starter and Xylanase.
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MICROBIAL PHYTASE IN POULTRY NUTRITION
Peter H. Selle;Velmurugu Ravindran.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2007)
Phytate and phytase: consequences for protein utilisation.
P H Selle;V Ravindran;A Caldwell;W. L Bryden.
Nutrition Research Reviews (2000)
Consequences of calcium interactions with phytate and phytase for poultry and pigs
Peter H. Selle;Aaron J. Cowieson;V. Ravindran.
Livestock Science (2009)
Response of broiler chickens to microbial phytase supplementation as influenced by dietary phytic acid and non-phytate phosphorous levels. II. Effects on apparent metabolisable energy, nutrient digestibility and nutrient retention.
V. Ravindran;S. Cabahug;G. Ravindran;P.H. Selle.
British Poultry Science (2000)
Phytate-degrading enzymes in pig nutrition
Peter H. Selle;Velmurugu Ravindran.
Livestock Science (2008)
Microbial Phytase Improves Performance, Apparent Metabolizable Energy, and Ileal Amino Acid Digestibility of Broilers Fed a Lysine-Deficient Diet
V. Ravindran;P. H. Selle;G. Ravindran;P. C. H. Morel.
Poultry Science (2001)
Effects of phytase supplementation, individually and in combination, with glycanase, on the nutritive value of wheat and barley
V Ravindran;PH Selle;WL Bryden.
Poultry Science (1999)
Protein-phytate interactions in pig and poultry nutrition: a reappraisal.
Peter H. Selle;Aaron J. Cowieson;Nathan P. Cowieson;V. Ravindran.
Nutrition Research Reviews (2012)
Implications of sorghum in broiler chicken nutrition
P.H. Selle;D.J. Cadogan;X. Li;W.L. Bryden.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2010)
Influence of Dietary Electrolyte Balance and Microbial Phytase on Growth Performance, Nutrient Utilization, and Excreta Quality of Broiler Chickens
V Ravindran;A J Cowieson;P H Selle.
Poultry Science (2008)
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