Threonine requirements of broiler chickens: why do published values differ?

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1. A statistical analysis of published data using restricted maximum likelihood showed that the age of the bird and the dietary crude protein concentration in test diets explained most of the variation in published threonine requirements. The sex of the bird and the main ingredients in the test diets were less important contributors of variation. The… (More)

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@article{Barkley2001ThreonineRO, title={Threonine requirements of broiler chickens: why do published values differ?}, author={Gerald Barkley and Ian Robert Wallis}, journal={British poultry science}, year={2001}, volume={42 5}, pages={610-5} }