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Effects of heat processing of corn and rice on serum ghrelin concentrations in young pigs. D. Menoyo1, D. G. Valencia1, V. Barrios2, M. P. Serrano1, B. Vicente1, R. Lázaro1, J. Argente2, and G. G. Mateos*1, 1Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, 2Servicio de Endocrinología, Hospital Infantil Universitario Niño Jesús, Spain.

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Citric acid and thymol influence gastrointestinal microflora in pigs at weaning. A. Piva1, E. Grilli*1, M. R. Messina1, S. Albonetti2, V. Pizzamiglio1, I. Cipollini1, P. P. Gatta1, and G. Zaghini1, 1DIMORFIPA, Ozzano Emilia, Bologna, Italy, 2DSPVPA, Ozzano Emilia, Bologna, Italy.

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Use of different soybean and fish meal protein sources in diets for young pigs. M. T. Sánchez1, D. G. Valencia1, M. P. Serrano1, J. Sánchez2, R. Lázaro1, and G. G. Mateos*1, 1Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, 2Imasde Agropecuaria, Spain.

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Segregated early-weaning down regulates the expression of the small intestinal alkaline phosphatase. D. Lackeyram*, C. Yang, T. Archbold, and M. Z. Fan, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

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The phosphorus-releasing efficacy of an E. coli-derived phytase in young pigs is dose-dependent and is not affected by the addition of a lipid-based coating added for pelleting stability. N. R. Augspurger*1, A. M. Gaines1, J. R. Danielson2, and L. L. Southern3, 1JBS United, Inc., Sheridan, IN, 2University of Wisconsin, Madison, 3LSU Agricultural Center, Baton Rouge, LA.

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Evidence of a preference in piglets for an animal protein hydrolysate. D. Martínez-Puig*1, M. Anguita2, F. Baucells2, E. Borda1, J. F. Pérez2, and C. Chetrit1, 1Bioiberica S.A., Barcelona, Spain, 2Dpt. Ciència Animal i dels Aliments, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,

Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain.

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Effect of coarse ground corn, sugar beet pulp and wheat bran on the colonic morphology in growing pigs. M. Nofrarías*1,2

, M. Anguita2,

M. Roca1,2, J. F. Pérez2, and N. Majó1,2, 1Centre de Recerca en Sanitat Animal (CReSA), Bellaterra, Spain, 2Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain.

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Duodenal infusion of pancreatin to growing pigs fed phytase-supplemented, sorghum-soybean meal diets: Apparent ileal amino acid digestibility. S. Fierro, M. Cervantes*, W. Sauer, A. Morales, N. Torrentera, and A.B. Araiza, ICA - Universidad Autonoma De Baja California, Mexicali, BC. Mexico.

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Effect of dietary antibiotics and mannan oligosaccharides on growth performance, carcass characteristics and health of growing/finishing pigs. H. Bernal-Barragán*1, E. A. Ruiz-Chávez1, E. Gutiérrez-Ornelas1, R. Ávalos-Ramírez2, M. Cervantes-Ramírez3, and F. Sánchez- Dávila1, 1Facultad de Agronomía, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Marín, Nuevo León, México, 2Fac. de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia UANL, Unidad Mederos, Monterrey N.L. México, 3Instituto de Ciencias Agrícolas UABC, Ejido Nuevo León, Valle de Mexicali, B.C. México.

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Effect of a dry organic acid blend on lactating sow feed intake and performance. J Zhao*1, R. J Harrell1, L.L Greiner2, X Wang3, G.L Allee3, F Navarro1, and C. D Knight1, 1Novus International Inc, St. Louis, MO, 2Innovative Sow Solutions, Carthage, IL, 3University of Missouri, Columbia.

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Broiler performance and yield observed with enzyme supplementation and a corn matrix adjustment for energy. X. Sun*1, C. Troche1, A. McElroy1, J. Remus2, E. Wong1, and C. Novak1, 1Virginia Polytechnic and State University, Blacksburg, 2Danisco Animal Nutrition, Carol Stream, IL.

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The effect of chitosan and natural mineral complex supplementation on egg production and egg characteristic in laying hens. J. S. Yoo*1, Y. J. Chen1, J. H. Cho1, J. H. Lee2, B. C. Park2, and I. H. Kim1, 1Dankook University, Cheonan, Choognam, Korea, 2CJ Feed Inc, Incheon, Gyeonggi, Korea.

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Effects of dietary delta-aminolevulinic acid supplementation on egg production, egg quality and blood parameters in laying hens. Y. J. Chen*1, J. H. Cho1, H. J. Kim1, J. S. Yoo1, Q. Wang1, Y. Hyun2, and I. H. Kim1, 1Dankook University, Cheonan, Choognam, Korea, 2Easy Bio System, Inc, Cheonan, Choognam, Korea.

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Effect of dietary lipids and time of feeding on immune tissue n-6 and n-3 fatty acid distribution during lipopolysaccharide challenge in broiler chickens. D. Gonzalez*, A. S. Abd El-Hakim, M. P. Goeger, and G. Cherian, Oregon State University, Corvallis.

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Fiber component type and level affect DDGS nutrient digestibility. M. K. Manangi*1, C. N. Coon1, E. E. M. Pierson2, and M. Hruby2, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 2Danisco, St. Louis, MO.

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Extraction of saponins from guar meal. R. Kakani*, O. Gutierrez, A. Haq, and C. A. Bailey, Texas A&M University, College Station.

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Effects of corn-, wheat-, and flax-based broiler diets with or without enzyme supplementation on proliferation of Clostridium perfringens: In vitro study. X. Wang*, G. Blank, and B. A. Slominski, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.

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Influence of processing conditions of fish meal on digestibility of dietary components in broilers at 21 days of age. A. de Coca-Sinova, A.

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