student profile: Miss Amy Moss


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Thesis work

Thesis title: The interaction of exogenous enzymes in chicken-meat production

Supervisors: Peter SELLE , Sonia LIU

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Selle, P., Moss, A., Truong, H., Khoddami, A., Cadogan, D., Godwin, I., Liu, S. (2017). Outlook: Sorghum as a feed grain for Australian chicken-meat production. Animal Nutrition, , 1-59. [More Information]
  • Truong, H., Yu, S., Moss, A., Partridge, G., Liu, S., Selle, P. (2017). Phytase inclusions of 500 and 2000�FTU/kg in maize-based broiler diets impact on growth performance, nutrient utilisation, digestive dynamics of starch, protein (N), sodium and IP6 phytate degradation in the gizzard and four small intestinal segments. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 223, 13-22. [More Information]
  • Truong, H., Moss, A., Liu, S., Selle, P. (2017). Pre- and post-pellet whole grain inclusions enhance feed conversion efficiency, energy utilisation and gut integrity in broiler chickens offered wheat-based diets. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 224, 115-123. [More Information]
  • Selle, P., Truong, H., Khoddami, A., Moss, A., Roberts, T., Liu, S. (2017). The impacts of hammer-mill screen size and grain particle size on the performance of broiler chickens offered diets based on two red sorghum varieties. British Poultry Science, In Press, 1-10. [More Information]
  • Truong, H., Khoddami, A., Moss, A., Liu, S., Selle, P. (2017). The potential of rapid visco-analysis starch pasting profiles to gauge the quality of sorghum as a feed grain for chicken-meat production. Animal Nutrition, 3, 11-18. [More Information]
  • Liu, S., Truong, H., Khoddami, A., Moss, A., Thomson, P., Roberts, T., Selle, P. (2016). Comparative performance of broiler chickens offered ten equivalent diets based on three grain sorghum varieties as determined by response surface mixture design. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 218, 70-83. [More Information]
  • Selle, P., Truong, H., McQuade, L., Moss, A., Liu, S. (2016). Reducing agent and exogenous protease additions, individually and in combination, to wheat- and sorghum-based diets interactively influence parameters of nutrient utilisation and digestive dynamics in broiler chickens. Animal Nutrition, 2, 303-311. [More Information]
  • Dunlop, M., Moss, A., Groves, P., Wilkinson, S., Stuetz, R., Selle, P. (2016). The multidimensional causal factors of ‘wet litter’ in chickenmeat production. Science of the Total Environment, 562, 766-776. [More Information]
  • Liu, S., Fox, G., Khoddami, A., Neilson, K., Truong, H., Moss, A., Selle, P. (2015). Grain Sorghum: A Conundrum for Chicken-Meat Production. Agriculture, 5, 1224-1251. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Truong, H., Yu, S., Moss, A., Liu, S., Selle, P. (2016). Phytate degradation in the gizzard is pivotal to phytase responses in broiler chickens. 27th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium (APSS 2016), Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Selle, P., Khoddami, A., Moss, A., Truong, H., Liu, S. (2016). RVA starch pasting profiles may be indicative of feed grain quality. 27th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium (APSS 2016), Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Moss, A., Truong, H., Cadogan, D., Partridge, G., Liu, S., Selle, P. (2016). The economic feasibility of elevated phytase inclusions in maize-based broiler diets. 27th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium (APSS 2016), Sydney: University of Sydney.

2017

  • Selle, P., Moss, A., Truong, H., Khoddami, A., Cadogan, D., Godwin, I., Liu, S. (2017). Outlook: Sorghum as a feed grain for Australian chicken-meat production. Animal Nutrition, , 1-59. [More Information]
  • Truong, H., Yu, S., Moss, A., Partridge, G., Liu, S., Selle, P. (2017). Phytase inclusions of 500 and 2000�FTU/kg in maize-based broiler diets impact on growth performance, nutrient utilisation, digestive dynamics of starch, protein (N), sodium and IP6 phytate degradation in the gizzard and four small intestinal segments. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 223, 13-22. [More Information]
  • Truong, H., Moss, A., Liu, S., Selle, P. (2017). Pre- and post-pellet whole grain inclusions enhance feed conversion efficiency, energy utilisation and gut integrity in broiler chickens offered wheat-based diets. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 224, 115-123. [More Information]
  • Selle, P., Truong, H., Khoddami, A., Moss, A., Roberts, T., Liu, S. (2017). The impacts of hammer-mill screen size and grain particle size on the performance of broiler chickens offered diets based on two red sorghum varieties. British Poultry Science, In Press, 1-10. [More Information]
  • Truong, H., Khoddami, A., Moss, A., Liu, S., Selle, P. (2017). The potential of rapid visco-analysis starch pasting profiles to gauge the quality of sorghum as a feed grain for chicken-meat production. Animal Nutrition, 3, 11-18. [More Information]

2016

  • Liu, S., Truong, H., Khoddami, A., Moss, A., Thomson, P., Roberts, T., Selle, P. (2016). Comparative performance of broiler chickens offered ten equivalent diets based on three grain sorghum varieties as determined by response surface mixture design. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 218, 70-83. [More Information]
  • Truong, H., Yu, S., Moss, A., Liu, S., Selle, P. (2016). Phytate degradation in the gizzard is pivotal to phytase responses in broiler chickens. 27th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium (APSS 2016), Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Selle, P., Truong, H., McQuade, L., Moss, A., Liu, S. (2016). Reducing agent and exogenous protease additions, individually and in combination, to wheat- and sorghum-based diets interactively influence parameters of nutrient utilisation and digestive dynamics in broiler chickens. Animal Nutrition, 2, 303-311. [More Information]
  • Selle, P., Khoddami, A., Moss, A., Truong, H., Liu, S. (2016). RVA starch pasting profiles may be indicative of feed grain quality. 27th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium (APSS 2016), Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Moss, A., Truong, H., Cadogan, D., Partridge, G., Liu, S., Selle, P. (2016). The economic feasibility of elevated phytase inclusions in maize-based broiler diets. 27th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium (APSS 2016), Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Dunlop, M., Moss, A., Groves, P., Wilkinson, S., Stuetz, R., Selle, P. (2016). The multidimensional causal factors of ‘wet litter’ in chickenmeat production. Science of the Total Environment, 562, 766-776. [More Information]

2015

  • Liu, S., Fox, G., Khoddami, A., Neilson, K., Truong, H., Moss, A., Selle, P. (2015). Grain Sorghum: A Conundrum for Chicken-Meat Production. Agriculture, 5, 1224-1251. [More Information]

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