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Julian Wiseman

Professor of Animal Production, Faculty of Science

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Biography

Prof Julian Wiseman

Professor of Animal Production , Division of Animal Science

Julian's research interests fall into two main areas: non-ruminant animal nutrition and product quality. Current research areas include:

  • Nutritional value of co-products from bioethanol production
  • Home-grown legumes in diets for non-ruminants; digestibility, performance and carcass quality
  • Evaluating exogenous enzymes in pig nutrition
  • Muscle growth in broilers

Expertise Summary

Nutritional, biochemical and rheological characterisation of feedstuffs

Cereals and cereal co-products

Cereals are the principal components of diets for non-ruminants. Current developments include digestibility of starch and non-starch polysaccharides in cereals, and digestibility of amino acids in new and near isogenic wheat lines; the IBIR rye translocation, introduced into numerous UK wheat cultivars, had a negative impact on nutritional value and the characteristic has now been bred out.

The influence of dietary cereals (both raw and processed) on gut environment and how these ingredients might influence gut morphology. The background is the withdrawal of anti-biotic growth promoters from the diets of newly-weaned piglets.

Predictive model for nutritional quality of cereals is on-going in collaboration with Division of Food Sciences where those assessments employed in the human food industry and now being extended to feeds.

The UK bioethanol industry is generating significant quantities of co-products following fermentation of wheat including wheat distillers dark grains with soluble. As a high protein material, W-DDGS has potential for inclusion into diets for non-ruminants.

Legumes

Amino acid digestibility determined and quantification of the impact of anti-nutritional factors (primarily anti-trypsin factors) together with processing conditions designed to minimise their effects. Heat processing is important for peas not only to denature anti-trypsin factors but also to reduce crystalinity in starch, rendering it more digestible.

Whilst 'home grown' legumes continue to attract attention, Europe is still dependent on soya bean imports. With the removal of mammalian proteins from the diets of livestock, soya is an increasingly important dietary raw material.

Canola

Canola (oilseed rape) is the UK's principal oilseed crop but also a high protein raw material for inclusion into non-ruminant diets. Variations in glucosinolate concentrations could be of nutritional significance. Levels of these anti-nutritional factors may vary between cultivars and this subject is currently under investigation.

Reproduction

Seasonal variation in breeding activity in domestic pigs is a commonly-observed phenomenon although it seems not to have a genetic basis. The overall conclusion was that, if observed, seasonality was attributable to management / other environmental factors.

Product quality

Qualitative aspects of both pig and poultry meat are assuming increasing importance.

Recommendations from Government bodies has identified the importance of essential fatty acid intake in the human population. Manipulation of the fatty acid profile of pig and poultry carcass fat through dietary means is well-known. However quantitative relationships between diet and carcass are less clear. Areas of interest include the time for dietary changes to be mirrored in alterations in carcass fatty acid profile.

Fatty acid profile of carcass fat may have a profound influence on eating quality.

Teaching Summary

Animal science concentrating on recent developments; non-ruminant nutrition, product quality and production; companion animal science

Research Summary

Nutritional, biochemical and rheological characterisation of feedstuffs

Cereals and cereal co-products

Cereals are the principal components of diets for non-ruminants. Current developments in this area include digestibility of starch and non-starch polysaccharides in cereals, and digestibility of amino acids in new and near isogenic wheat lines in collaboration with BBSRC John Innes Institute and commercial companies. The key advantage of these lines is that they are substantially geneticall similar, except for one key characteristic whose nutritional implications can thus be assessed. Current developments include an assessment of endosperm texture as an important variable influencing nutritional value. The objectives of programmes are to examine possible variability in both biological and biochemical characteristics of cereals which might have been influenced by breeding programmes; the IBIR rye translocation, introduced into numerous UK wheat cultivars, had a negative impact on nutritional value and the characteristic has now been bred out..

Studies are complemented by other research programmes examining the influence of dietary cereals (both raw and processed) on gut environment and how these ingredients might influence gut morphology. The background to this is the withdrawal of anti-biotic growth promoters from the diets of newly-weaned piglets.

Development of an in vitro predictive model for nutritional quality of cereals is on-going in collaboration with Division of Food Sciences. This is a particularly novel approach where those assessments employed in the human food industry and now being extended to feeds. Laboratory techniques being assessed include rapid visco-analyser, X-Ray diffraction, water solubility index and water absorption index.

The UK bioethanol industry is generating significant quantities of co-products following fermentation of wheat including wheat distillers dark grains with soluble. As a high protein material, W-DDGS has potential for inclusion into diets for non-ruminants a

Legumes

Studies consider the nutritional value of plant legumes (as measured principally through amino acid digestibility determined in the small intestine) and quantification of the impact of anti-nutritional factors (primarily anti-trypsin factors) together with processing conditions designed to minimise their effects. Novel pea cultivars were developed at BBSRC JIC to contain reduced levels of trypsin inhibitor activity; these were demonstrated to be of better nutritional quality. Heat processing is important for peas not only to denature TIA but also to reduce crystalinity in starch, rendering it more digestible.

Whilst 'home grown' legumes continue to attract attention, Europe is still dependent on soya bean imports. With the removal of mammalian proteins from the diets of livestock, soya is an increasingly important dietary raw material.

Canola

Canola (oilseed rape) is the UK's principal oilseed crop but also a high protein raw material for inclusion into non-ruminant diets. Variations in glucosinolate concentrations could be of nutritional significance. Levels of these anti-nutritional factors may vary between cultivars and this subject is currently under investigation.

Reproduction

Seasonal variation in breeding activity in domestic pigs is a commonly-observed phenomenon. The European wild boar is know to be seasonal, although this can be mediated through high planes of nutrition, shorter / abrupt weaning and the continued presence of a mature male - these are all environmental factors found in the management of the domesticate. This does however lead to the question as to whether seasonality has a genetic basis. A major survey of the breeding data base of Cotswold (now JSR Genetics), including incorporation of sophisticated mathematical models, examined whether there was an influence of genotype. The overall conclusion was that there was not and that, if observed, seasonality was attributable to management / other environmental factors.

Product quality

Qualitative aspects of both pig and poultry meat are assuming increasing importance. The growth of individual portions of the broiler carcass as influenced through dietary inputs has been studied in order to assess optimum conditions for growth and time of slaughter. Modelling routines, based on the Gompertz function, have allowed patterns of growth to be quantified.

Recommendations from Government bodies has identified the importance of essential fatty acid intake in the human population. Manipulation of the fatty acid profile of pig and poultry carcass fat through dietary means is well-known. However quantitative relationships between diet and carcass are less clear. Areas of interest include the time for dietary changes to be mirrored in alterations in carcass fatty acid profile.

Fatty acid profile of carcass fat may have a profound influence on eating quality. Thus an increase in the essential polyunsaturated fatty acid content of pig meat, whilst being perceived as being of possible benefit to the consumer, may also be associated with a decline in both keeping and eating quality because of the increased risk of oxidative degradation of these fatty acids producing off-odours and flavours. Previous studies involving taste panels have confirmed this. A study, in collaboration with colleagues in Food Science, attempted to quantify those compounds produced during oxidation of meat lipid through GC-mass spectroscopy.

Recent (since 2001) and current research projects

2001-2003

£173 K

Finishing Systems Research. Co-Investigator. Defra LINK.

2002-2003

£137 K

Seasonal infertility in the domestic pig; database analyses to evaluate factors responsible. Principal Investigator. Defra CSG 7

2003-2006/7

£70 K / 170 K

Sustainable nutritional management of the weaned piglet. Principal Investigator Defra CSG 7 / Co-Investigator Defra LINK (two parallel projects)

2003-2004

£103 K

Yields of UK crops and livestock: physiological and technological constraints, and expectations of progress to 2050. Co-Investigator. Defra CSG 7

2006-2009

£1282 K

Reduction in diffuse pollution of poultry operations through selection of wheat cultivars of high and consistent nutritional quality. Principal Investigator. Defra LINK

2009-2012

£260 K

The environmental consequences of using home-grown legumes as a protein source in pig diets. Co-investigator. Defra LINK

2009-2012

£56 K

Assessing the environmental consequences of husbandry changes in the UK poultry systems through a life cycle analysis (Poultry LCA). Co-investigator. Defra LINK

2010-2014

£490 K

Environmental and nutritional benefits of bioethanol co-products. Co-investigator. Defra LINK

2013-2016

£101 K

Home grown oilseed rape meal and oil seed rape products as protein sources for pigs and poultry

2001-20013

£433 K

Research programmes directly with commercial companies other than through LINK.

TOTAL

£3275 K

Selected (since 2001) Publications

a. Publications in peer-reviewed journals

HUGHES, R.K., DESFORGES, N., SELWOOD, C., SMITH, R., SPEIRS, C.I. SINNAEVE, G., WISEMAN, J. JUMEL, K., HARDING, S.E., HILL, S.E., STREET, V., WANG, T.L. and HEDLEY, C.L. (2001). Genes affecting starch biosynthesis exert pleiotropic effects on the protein content and composition of pea seeds. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 81, 877-882.

ZARKADAS, L. and WISEMAN, J. (2001). Influence of processing variables during micronization on performance and digestibility in weaned piglets fed wheat based diets. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 93, 93-107.

ZARKADAS, L. and WISEMAN, J. (2002).Influence of micronization temperature and pre-conditioning on performance and digestibility in piglets fed barley based diets. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 95, 73-82.

WISEMAN, J., AL-MAZOOQI, W. WELHAM, T. and DOMONEY, C. (2003).The apparent ileal digestibility, determined with young broilers, of amino acids in near-isogenic lines of peas (Pisum sativum L.) differing in trypsin inhibitor activity. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 83, 644-651.

ZARKADAS, L. and WISEMAN, J. (2005).Influence of processing of full fat soya beans included in diets for piglets. 1. Performance. Animal Feed Science and Technology 118, 109-119.

ZARKADAS, L. and WISEMAN, J. (2005).Influence of processing of full fat soya beans included in diets for piglets. 2: Digestibility and intestinal morphology. Animal Feed Science and Technology 118, 120-137.

CLARKE, E.J. and WISEMAN, J. (2005). Effects of variability in trypsin inhibitor content of soya bean meals on true and apparent ileal digestibility of amino acids and pancreas size in broiler chicks. Animal Feed Science and Technology 121, 125-138.

LEWIS, T.L., WISEMAN, J. and WOOLLIAMS, J.A. (2005). Genotype by mating type interaction for litter size in Landrace and Large White sows. Animal Science 81, 331-335.

WISEMAN, J., AL-MAZOOQI, A., HEDLEY, C., WANG, T.L., WELHAM, T. and DOMONEY, C. (2006).The effects of genetic variation at r , rb and Tri loci in Pisum sativum L. on apparent ileal digestibility of amino acids in young broilers. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 86, 436-444.

WISEMAN, J., (2006). Variations in starch digestibility in non-ruminants. Animal Feed Science and Technology 130, 66-77.

WISEMAN, J., LEWIS, T. L. and WOLLIAMS, J.A. (2006). Seasonal infertility in the domestic pig - myth or menace? Is there a genetic basis? The Pig Journal 58, 55-66.

WELLOCK, I.J., FORTOMARIS, P.D., HOUDIJK, J.G.M., WISEMAN, J., and KYRIAZAKIS, I. (2007). The consequences of non-starch polysaccharide solubility and inclusion level on the health and performance of weaned pigs challenged with enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli. British Journal of Nutrition (in press).

CLARKE, e.j. and WISEMAN, J. (2007). Effects of extrusion conditions on trypsin inhibitor activity of full fat soya beans and subsequent effects on their nutritional value for young broilers. British Poultry Science (accepted for publication).

WELLOCK, I.J., FORTOMARIS, P.D., HOUDIJK, J.G.M., WISEMAN, J. and KYRIAZAKIS, I. (2008). The consequences of non-starch polysaccharide solubility and inclusion level on the health and performance of weaned pigs challenged with enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli. British Journal of Nutrition 99, 520-530.

WHITE, g.a., dOUCET, f.j., hILL, s.e. and WISEMAN, J. (2008). Physicochemical properties and nutritional quality of raw cereals for newly-weaned piglets. Animal 2, 867-878.

McORIST, S, BLUNT, R. and WISEMAN, J. (2008). Ascaris suum parasitism in finisher pigs: welfare and economic impacts and control options. The Pig Journal 61, 74-79.

WHITE, g.a., dOUCET, f.j., hILL, s.e. and WISEMAN, J. (2008). Physicochemical changes to starch granules during micronisation and extrusion processing of wheat, and their implications for starch digestibility in the newly-weaned piglet .Animal 2, 1312-1323.

Al-MARZOOQI, w. and WISEMAN, j (2009) Effect of extrusion under controlled temperature and moisture conditions on ileal apparent amino acid and starch digestibility in peas determined with young broilers. Animal Feed Science and Technology 153, 113-130.

Doucet, F.J., White, G., Wulfert, F., Hill, S.E. AND WISEMAN, J. (2010). Predicting in vivo starch digestibility coefficients in newly weaned piglets from in vitro assessment of diets using multivariate analysis. British Journal of Nutrition 103, 1309-1318.

Le BON M, DAVIES, H,E, GLYNN, C, THOMPSON C, MADDEN, M, WISEMAN, J, DODD, C.E.R, HURDIDGE, L, PAYNE, G, Le TREUT, Y, CRAIGON J, TOTEMEYER, S AND MELLITS, KH (2010). Influence of probiotics on gut health of the weaned pig. Livestock Science 133, 179-81.

CHAOSAP, c., pARR, t. and wISEMAN, j (2010). Effect of compensatory growth on performance, carcass composition and plasma IGF-1 in grower finisher pigs. Animal 5, 749-756.

Masey-O'Neill, Flintham J, Craigon, J and WISEMAN, J (2011).The influence of drying regimes on the digestibility of starch for broilers fed semi-synthetic diets. Animal Feed Science and Technology 164, 225-231

CHAOSAP, C., PARR, T. and WISEMAN, J. (2011) Effect of compensatory growth on forms of glycogen, post mortem proteolysis and meat quality in pigs. Journal of Animal Science 89 (7), 2231-2242.

LEINONEN, I., WILLIAMS, A.G., WISEMAN, J., GUY., AND KYRIAZAKIS, I. (2012). Predicting the environmental impacts of chicken systems in the United Kingdom through a life cycle assessment: Broiler production systems. Poultry Science, 91, 8-25 [15].

LEINONEN, I., WILLIAMS, A.G., WISEMAN, J., GUY,J. AND KYRIAZAKIS, I. (2012). Predicting the environmental impacts of chicken systems in the United Kingdom through a life cycle assessment: Egg production systems. Poultry Science, 91, 26-40.

MASEY O'NEILL, H.V., RADEMACHER, M., MUELLER-HARVEY, I., STRINGANO, E., KIGHTLEY, S. and WISEMAN, J. (2012). Standardised ileal digestibility of crude protein and amino acids of UK-grown peas and faba beans by broilers. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 175, 158-167 [20]

b. Chapters in Books

WISEMAN, J. (2001). High energy diets for poultry - effects of diet composition on performance and carcass quality. In "Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition - 2001". pp87 -106. Edited by P C Garnsworthy and J Wiseman, Nottingham University Press, Nottingham.

WISEMAN, J. PICKARD, J. and ZARKADAS, L. (2001). Starch digestion in piglets. In "The Weaner Pig: Nutrition and Management", p65-80. Edited by M.A. Varley and J. Wiseman, CAB Publishing, Wallingford.

WISEMAN, J. (2001). The quantitative contribution of fat to metabolisable energy. In "Poultry Feedstuffs: Supply, Composition and Nutritive value" pp137-150. Edited by J.M. McNab and K.N. Boorman, CABI Publishing, Oxon

WISEMAN, J. (2002). Criteria of grain quality for pigs and poultry. In "Nutrition of pigs and poultry; Schweine und Geflügelernährung". Proceedings of the Biennial Nutrition Conference. Edited by M. Rodehutscord, Institut für Ernährungswissenschaften, Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

SLEVIN, J. and WISEMAN, J. (2003). Physiological development in the gilt. In "Perspectives in Pig Science", p.293-332 Edited by J. Wiseman, M.A.Varley and B.Kemp. Nottingham University Press, Nottingham.

PICKARD, J.A. and WISEMAN, J. (2003). Nutritional influences on gut physiology. In "Perspectives in Pig Science", p. 357-380. Edited by J. Wiseman, M.A.Varley and B.Kemp. Nottingham University Press, Nottingham.

WISEMAN, J., VARLEY, M.A., KNOWLES, A. and WALTERS, R. (2005). Livestock yields now and to come: Case study Pigs. In "Yields of Farmed Species". P495-518. Edited by R. Sylvester-Bradley and J Wiseman. Nottingham University Press.

DOUCET, F.J., WHITE, G., WISEMAN, J. and HILL, S. (2007). Physico-chemical changes to starch structure during processing of raw materials and their implications for starch digestibility in newly-weaned piglets. In "Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition - 2006". P313-330. Edited by PC Garnsworthy and J Wiseman. Nottingham University Press.

c. Books Written

WISEMAN, J. (2001). The Pig - A British History, Duckbacks, London

d. Books Edited

GARNSWORTHY P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2001). Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2001. Proceedings of the 35th Feed Manufacturers' Conference. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

GARNSWORTHY P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2001). Recent Developments in Pig Nutrition 3. Nottingham University Press, Nottingham.

VARLEY, M.A., and WISEMAN, J. (2001). The Weaner Pig - Nutrition and Management. Published by CAB International.

GARNSWORTHY P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2002). Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2002. Proceedings of the 36th Feed Manufacturers' Conference. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

GARNSWORTHY, P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2003). Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2003. Proceedings of the 37th Feed Manufacturers' Conference. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

WISEMAN, J., VARLEY, M.A. and KEMP, B. (2003). Progress in Pig Science. Proceedings of the 59th Easter School in Agricultural Sciences. Co-Editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

WISEMAN, J. and GARNSWORTHY, P.C. (2004) Influence of dietary fats and oils on animal product quality. Inform - International News on Fats, Oils & Related Materials, 15, 334-335.

GARNSWORTHY, P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2004). Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2003. Proceedings of the 38h Feed Manufacturers' Conference. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

SYLVESTER-BRADLEY, R. and WISEMAN, J. (2005). Yields of Farmed Species. Proceedings of the 61st Easter School in Agricultural Sciences. Co-Editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

GARNSWORTHY, P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2005). Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2003. Proceedings of the 39th Feed Manufacturers' Conference. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

WISEMAN, J. and GARNSWORTHY, P.C. (2006). Recent Advances in Non-ruminant Nutrition. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

GARNSWORTHY, P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2006). Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2003. Proceedings of the 40th Feed Manufacturers' Conference. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

WISEMAN, J., VARLEY, M.A. , McORIST, S. and KEMP, B. (2007). Paradigms in Pig Science. Proceedings of the 61st Easter School in Agricultural Sciences. Co-Editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

GARNSWORTHY, P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2007). Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2007. Proceedings of the 41st Feed Manufacturers' Conference. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

GARNSWORTHY, P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2008). Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2008. Proceedings of the 42nd Feed Manufacturers' Conference. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

GARNSWORTHY, P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2009). Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2009. Proceedings of the 43rd Feed Manufacturers' Conference. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

GARNSWORTHY, P.C. and WISEMAN, J. (2012). Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2012. Proceedings of the 44th Feed Manufacturers' Conference. Co-editor. Published by Nottingham University Press.

Selected Publications

  • Academic Community

Undergraduate admissions, senior editor 'Journal of agricultural Science (Cambs)'

  • Public Engagement

KT presentation on 'History of the British Pig'

  • Industrial Involvement

A number of recent grants have been within the 'LINK' programme with commercial partners.

Co-organiser of the annual 'Nottingham Feed Conference

  • LEINONEN I, WILLIAMS AG, WISEMAN J, GUY J and KYRIAZAKIS I, 2012. Predicting The Environmental Impacts Of Chicken Systems In The United Kingdom Through A Life Cycle Assessment: Broiler Production Systems. Poultry Science. 91(1), 8-25
  • MASEY O'NEIL HV, RADEMACHER M, MUELLER-HARVERY I, STRINGANO E, KIGHTLEY S and WISEMAN J, 2012. Standardised ileal digestibility of crude protein and amino acids of UK-grown peas and faba beans by broilers. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 175, 158-167
  • O'NEILL, HVM, FLINTHAM, J, CRAIGON, J and WISEMAN, JW, 2011. The Influence Of Drying Regimes On The Digestibility Of Starch For Broilers Fed Semi-Synthetic Diets Animal Feed Science And Technology. 164(3-4), 225-231
  • CHAOSAP, C., PARR, T. and WISEMAN, J., 2011. Effect of compensatory growth on forms of glycogen, post mortem proteolysis and meat quality in pigs. Journal of Animal Science. 89(7), 2231-2242
  • WISEMAN, J., 2011. Reduction in Diffuse Pollution of Poultry Operations through selection of Wheat Cultivars of High and Consistent Nutritional Quality In: Society of Feed Technologists.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2011. Nutritional value of full fat soybeans for piglets, Nutritional management of the post-weaned piglet, The ideal protein concept and diet formulation for growing / finishing pigs, Reproductive Management in Gilts and Sows [FOUR papers]. In: ASA IM Pig nutrition seminars. Bangkok Thailand, Manila Philippines, Ho Chi Minh City / Hanoi Vietnam.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2011. Receiving, sampling and analysis of raw materials, Mycotoxins, Changes in Feed Components During Extrusion, Quality Control of Processed Soybean Products[FOUR papers]. In: ASA IM Poultry Nutrition Seminars Amman Jordan, Cairo Egypt.
  • DOUCET, F.J., WHITE, G., WULFERTT, F., HILL, S.E. and WISEMAN, J., 2010. Predicting in vivo starch digestibility coefficients in newly weaned piglets from in vitro assessment of diets using multivariate analysis. British Journal of Nutrition. 103(9), 1309-1318
  • GARNSWORTHY, P.C. and WISEMAN, J., eds., 2010. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2009. Proceedings of the 43rd Feed Manufacturers’ Conference. Nottingham University Press.
  • DEBLAS, C. and WISEMAN, J., eds., 2010. Nutrition of the Rabbit 2nd Edition CABI.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2010. Animal Feed In: Wheat Quality Workshop.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2010. Carcass quality in poultry, Egg quality in poultry, Mycotoxins in poultry feeds, Energy:protein ratios in broiler diets, The ideal protein and ileal digestible amino acids [FIVE papers]. In: ASA IM Poultry Nutrition Seminars in Istanbul Turkey, Amman Jordan, Cairo Egypt and Izmir Turkey.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2010. Fundamentals of Broiler Breeder Nutrition, Fundamentals of Layer Nutrition, Layers and Breeders - Recent Developments and Future Possibilities [THREE papers] In: ASA-IM 18TH SE Asian Feed Technology and Nutrition Workshop, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2010. ). Layers and Breeders - Recent Developments and Future Possibilities, Optimising the nutritional value of raw materials: the example of FFSB, Exogenous Enzymes in Poultry Nutrition [THREE papers] In: ASA IM Poultry Nutrition Seminars Ankara TurkeyCairo Egypt.
  • LE BON, M., DAVIES, H.E., GLYNN, C., THOMPSON, C., MADDEN, M., WISEMAN, J., DODD, C.E.R., HURDIDGE, L., PAYNE, G., LE TREUT, Y., CRAIGON, J., TÖTEMEYER, S. and MELLITS, K.H., 2010. Influence of probiotics on gut health in the weaned pig Livestock Science. 133(1-3), 179-181
  • GARNSWORTHY, P.C and WISEMAN, J., eds., 2009. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2008. Proceedings of the 42nd Feed Manufacturers’ Conference. Nottingham University Press.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2009. Feeding Pigs of High Genetic Merit In: UK- China Modern Livestock Husbandry Development Seminar Chongqing, China.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2009. Innovations in Broiler Nutrition and Management In: XVI Ciclo Internacional De Conferencias En Avicultura, Colegio De Postgraduados, Cordoba, Mexico.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2009. Processing of Soya Products In: ASA IM Nutrition Seminar, Belorechensk, Russia.
  • 2009. Feeding Dairy Cattle of High Genetic Merit In: UK – China Cattle Genetics and Management Seminar, Beijing, China.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2009. Feeding Dairy Cattle of High Genetic Merit In: UK – China Cattle Genetics and Management Seminar, Beijing, China.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2009. Feeding Pigs of High Genetic Merit In: UK Pig Gene & Breeding Technology Seminar, Guangzhou, China.
  • WHITE, G.A., DOUCET, F.J., HILL, S.E. and WISEMAN, J., 2008. Physicochemical properties and nutritional quality of raw cereals for newly weaned piglets Animal. 2(6), 867-878
  • WELLOCK, I.J., FORTOMARIS, P.D., HOUDIJK, J.G.M., WISEMAN, J. and KYRIAZAKIS, I., 2008. The consequences of non-starch polysaccharide solubility and inclusion level on the health and performance of weaned pigs challenged with enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli. British Journal of Nutrition. 99, 520-530
  • MCORIST, S. and BLUNT, R., 2008. Ascaris suum parasitism in finisher pigs: welfare and economic impacts and control options The Pig Journal. 61, 74-79
  • SNAPE, J. and WISEMAN, J., 2008. Understanding the genetics of grain structure and quality related to wheat for animal nutrition In: First International Agri aquaculture Nutritional Genomic Center (CGNA) Workshop, Pucón, Region de La Araucanía, Chile.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2008. Broiler Breeders: nutrition and management during lay. MYcotoxins (two PAPERS) In: ASA IM Poultry Nutrition Seminar Amman Jordan, Cairo Egypt, Izmir Turkey.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2008. Principles of Extrusion of Raw Materials In: ASA-IM Extrusion Conference, Cairo, Egypt.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2008. Essential fatty acids: Nutritional aspects and product quality, Energy:protein ratios in broiler diets, The ideal protein and ileal digestible amino acids (THREE papers In: ASA-IM Poultry Nutrition Seminar Izmir Turkey, Cairo Egypt, Amman Jordan.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2008. Quality Control of Soya Products In: ASA-IM Nutrition Seminar, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2008. Full Fat Soybean Meal For Pigs In: Full Fat Soybean Meal – The Forgotten Ingredient, Sofia, Bulgaria.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2008. The role of cereal quality in nutrient utilisation In: 29th Western Nutrition Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  • WISEMAN, J and VARLEY, M.A. , MCORIST, S. AND KEMP, B., eds., 2007. Paradigms in Pig Science.: Proceedings of the 61st Easter School in Agricultural Sciences. Nottingham University Press. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2007. Techniques for assessing quality of soybean products for poultry,Poultry meat and egg quality [TWO papers] In: ASA-IM 12th Annual Regional Soybean Conference, Istanbul, Turkey. (In Press.)
  • CLARKE, E and WISEMAN, J, 2007. Effects of extrusion conditions on trypsin inhibitor activity of full fat soybeans and subsequent effects on their nutritional value for young broilers. British Poultry Science. 48(6), 703-12
  • WISEMAN, J., 2007. Nutritional quality of plant diets for non-ruminant farm livestock In: EPSO workshop The European Feed Value Chain, Copenhagen, Denmark. (In Press.)
  • GARNSWORTHY, P.C. AND WISEMAN, J, ed., 2007. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2007: Proceedings of the 41st Feed Conference Nottingham University Press. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2007. Nutritional Value of Soybeans and Full Fat Soybeans, Developments in the UK Poultry Industry [TWO papers] In: ASA-IM Poultry Nutrition Seminar. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2007. Energy Sources for Non-Ruminant Livestock Feeds, The Consequences of Unbalanced Dietary Protein on Gut Health in Pigs [TWO papers] In: 15th ASA-IM Southeast Asian Feed Technology and Nutrition Workshop, Bali, Indonesia. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2007. Starch digestibility in non-ruminants, Nutritional quality of legumes for poultry [TWO papers] In: Feeding, Nutrition and Feed Processing Conference, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, ROC. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2007. Nutrition of Growing Finishing Pigs, Quality Control in the Feed Industry, Raw Materials for Growing Finishing Pigs [THREE Papers] In: ASA-IM Pig Nutrition Workshop, Warsaw, Poland. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., AL-MARZOOQI, W., HEDLEY, C., WELHAM, T. and DOMONEY, C., 2006. The effects of genetic variation at r, rb and Tri loci in Pisum sativum L. on apparent ileal digestibility of amino acids in young broilers. Journal of The Science of Food and Agriculture. 86(3), 436-444
  • WHITE, G, DOUCET, F and HILL, S. AND WISEMAN, J., 2006. Influence of wheat endosperm texture and degree of cook on digestibility of starch in the small intestine of the weaned piglet. In: Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science. 117
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  • WISEMAN, J and LEWIS, T. L. AND WOOLLIAMS, J.A., 2006. Seasonal infertility in the domestic pig – myth or menace? Is there a genetic basis? The Pig Journal. 58, 55-66
  • WISEMAN, J., 2006. Recent Developments in Starch Digestibility in Piglets In: The Malaysian Agricultural, Horticultural & Agro-Tourism Exhibition, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2006. Recent developments in piglet and pig nutrition In: Swine Science Society of the Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine. (In Press.)
  • GARNSWORTHY, P.C. AND WISEMAN, J, ed., 2006. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2006: Proceedings of the 40th Feed Conference Nottingham University Press. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2006. The importance of quality control in soybean products In: ASA-IM 11th Annual Regional Soybean Conference, Cairo, Egypt. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2006. Advances in British Pig Technology In: UK Pig Genetics and Waste Management Seminar, UK Trade and Investment / British Pig Association, Bangkok, Thailand. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2006. Variations in starch digestibility in non-ruminants. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 130, 66-77
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  • WISEMAN, J. AND GARNSWORTHY, P.C., ed., 2006. Recent Advances in Non-ruminant Nutrition Nottingham University Press.
  • ZARKADAS, L.N. and WISEMAN, J., 2005. Influence of processing of full fat soya beans included in diets for piglets: II digestibility and intestinal morphology Animal Feed Science and Technology. 118(1-2), 121-137
  • LEWIS, T.W., WISEMAN, J. and WOOLLIAMS, J.A., 2005. Genotype by mating type interaction for litter size in Landrace and Large White sows Animal Science. VOL 81(PART 3), 331-336
  • WISEMAN, J., 2005. Pig Science and Production In: XV Animal Science Congress (ZOOTEC I&D) and I International Animal Science Congress. 97-97 (In Press.)
  • SYLVESTER-BRADLEY, R. AND WISEMAN, J., ed., 2005. Yields of Farmed Species: Proceedings of the 61st Easter School in Agricultural Sciences Nottingham University Press.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2005. Modern Farming Systems in Pig Production In: Asia Feed & Livestock Industry Conference 2005. (In Press.)
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  • GARNSWORTHY, P.C. AND WISEMAN, J., ed., 2005. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2005: Proceedings of the 39th Feed Conference Nottingham University Press. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J, VARLEY, M.A and KNOWLES, A. AND WALTERS, R, 2005. Livestock yields now and to come: Case study Pigs. In: R. SYLVESTER-BRADLEY AND J WISEMAN, ed., Yields of Farmed Species Nottingham University Press. 495-518
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  • WISEMAN, J. and GARNSWORTHY, P.C., 2004. Influence of dietary fats and oils on animal product quality Inform. VOL 15(PART 5), 334-335
  • GARNSWORTHY, P.C. AND WISEMAN, J, ed., 2004. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2004: Proceedings of the 38th Feed Conference Nottingham University Press. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2004. Animal welfare In: British Pig Association / Thai Swine Raisers Association Annual General Meeting, Bangkok, Thailand. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2004. Can Genetics and Nutrition replace growth promoters and antibiotics. In: Food Safety Asia, Bangkok, Thailand. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., AL-MAZOOQI, W., WELHAM, T. and DOMONEY, C., 2003. The apparent ileal digestibility, determined with young broilers, of amino acids in near-isogenic lines of peas (Pisum sativum L) differing in trypsin inhibitor activity Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 83(7), 644-651
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  • WISEMAN, J and VARLEY, M.A. AND KEMP, B., eds., 2003. Progress in Pig Science: Proceedings of the 59th Easter School in Agricultural Sciences Nottingham University Press.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2003. UK Pig meat consumption In: Annual General Meeting of the Thai Swine Raisers Association, Bangkok, Thailand. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J. AND GARNSWORTHY, P.C, 2003. Influence of dietary fats and oils on animal product quality In: Plenary Paper: International Society for Fat Research. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2003. Recent developments in pig nutrition in the UK In: British Livestock Seminar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (In Press.)
  • SIMMINS, P.H. AND WISEMAN, J., 2003. Performance of grower/finisher pigs fed barley and wheat -based diets containing different levels of a β-glucanase and xylanase enzyme combination. In: Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science. 65
  • SLEVIN, J. AND WISEMAN, J., 2003. Physiological development in the gilt. In: J. WISEMAN, M.A.VARLEY AND B.KEMP, ed., Perspectives in Pig Science Nottingham University Press. 293-332
  • ANGUS, W. J. AND WISEMAN. J., 2003. Possibilities for change in nutritional value of wheat by modern plant breeding/ gene technology In: 14th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition, Lillehammer, Norway. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J. AND SIMMINS, P.H., 2003. Effect of endosperm texture and IBIR rye translocation on performance of piglets between 15-25kg live weight fed diets based on wheat with or without xylanase. In: Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science. 16
  • WISEMAN, J., 2003. Utilisation of fats and oils and prediction of their energy-yielding value for non-ruminants In: Arkansas Nutrition Conference, USA. (In Press.)
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  • WISEMAN, J., 2003. Pig meat quality as influenced by feed and breeding In: British Livestock Seminar, Bangkok, Thailand. (In Press.)
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  • WISEMAN, J., 2002. Criteria of grain quality for pigs and poultry. In: M. RODEHUTSCORD, ed., Nutrition of pigs and poultry; Schweine und Geflügelernährung Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany.
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  • WISEMAN, J., 2002. Plant proteins as raw materials in broiler diets In: Pig and Poultry Production Institute, Roseworthy Campus, University of South Australia, Australia. (In Press.)
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  • WISEMAN, J., 2002. L'Utilisation des matières grasses en alimentation avicole In: Seminar: Le Groupement Interprofessionnel des Produits Avicoles, Casablanca, Morocco. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2002. Feeding the Breeder Herd In: Pig and Poultry Production Institute, Roseworthy Campus, University of South Australia, Australia. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2002. Exogenous enzymes for pig and poultry feed ingredients In: 63rd Minnesota Nutrition Conference, USA. (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 2002. Fat Utilization and Energy Prediction - Non-ruminants In: Technical Symposium American Protein Producers Industry & Central Region Renderers Association, Minneapolis, USA. (In Press.)
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  • HUGHES, R. K., DESFORGES, N., SELWOOD, C., SMITH, R., SPEIRS, C. I., SINNAEVE, G., WISEMAN, J., JUMEL, K. and HARDING, S. E., 2001. Genes affecting starch biosynthesis exert pleiotropic effects on the protein content and composition of pea seeds Journal of The Science of Food and Agriculture. VOL 81, 877-882
  • GARNSWORTHY, P.C. and WISEMAN, J., 2001. Recent Developments in Pig Nutrition 3 Nottingham University Press.
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  • WISEMAN, J. PICKARD, J. AND ZARKADAS, L., 2001. Starch digestion in piglets. In: M.A. VARLEY AND J. WISEMAN, ed., The Weaner Pig: Nutrition and Management CAB Publishing.
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  • VARLEY, M.A and AND WISEMAN, J., eds., 2001. The Weaner Pig – Nutrition and Management CAB International.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2001. The quantitative contribution of fat to metabolisable energy.. In: J.M. MCNAB AND K.N. BOORMAN, ed., Poultry Feedstuffs: Supply, Composition and Nutritive Value CABI Publishing. 137-150
  • VARLEY, M.A. and WISEMAN, J., 2001. The Weaner Pig - Nutrition and Management CAB International.
  • CLARKE, E.J. AND WISEMAN, 2001. Effect of varying TIA of full fat SB on pancreatic weight and amino acid digestibility in broiler chicks. In: British Poultry Science. S85
  • WISEMAN, J., 2001. The Pig – A British History Softback Edition. Duckbacks.
  • WISEMAN, J. AND SIMMINS, P.H., 2001. Performance of pigs post-weaning fed cereal-based diets with an enzyme complex added either before or after pelleting. In: Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science. 10
  • GARNSWORTHY, P. C. and WISEMAN, J., 2000. Rumen digestibility of starch and nitrogen in near-isogenic lines of wheat Animal Feed Science and Technology. VOL 85(NUMBER 1-2), 33-40
  • GARNSWORTHY, P. C., WISEMAN, J. and FEGEROS, K., 2000. Prediction of chemical, nutritive and agronomic characteristics of wheat by near infrared spectroscopy Journal of Agricultural Science. VOL 135(PART 4), 409-418
  • GARNSWORTHY, P.C. AND WISEMAN, J, ed., 2000. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 2000: Proceedings of the 34th Feed Conference Nottingham University Press. (In Press.)
  • CLARKE, E. J. and WISEMAN, J., 2000. Developments in plant breeding for improved nutritional quality of soya beans I. Protein and amino acid content Journal of Agricultural Science. VOL 134(PART 2), 111-124
  • WISEMAN, J and NICOL,N.T. AND NORTON, G., 2000. Relationship between apparent metabolisable (AME) values and in vivo / in vitro starch digestibility of wheat for broilers. Worlds Poultry Science Journal. 56, 305-318
  • THOMPSON, J.E. AND WISEMAN, J, 2000. Component digestibility in cannulated and intact pigs fed diets containing different raw materials. In: Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science. 116
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  • CLARKE, E.J. AND WISEMAN, 2000. Comparison of nutritional value of full fat soyabean meals for broiler chicks in the UK In: Proceedings of the UK branch of the World's Poultry Science Association.
  • WISEMAN, J., 2000. The Pig – A British History 2nd Edition. Duckworths. (In Press.)
  • CLARKE, E. J. and WISEMAN, J., 2000. Developments in plant breeding for improved nutritional quality of soya beans II. Anti-nutritional factors Journal of Agricultural Science. VOL 134(PART 2), 125-136
  • WISEMAN, J., REDSHAW, M.S., JAGGER, S., NUTE, G.R. and WOOD, J.D., 2000. Influence of type and dietary rate of inclusion of oil on meat quality of finishing pigs Animal Science. 70, 307-315
  • WISEMAN, J., 2000. Correlation between physical measurements and dietary energy values of wheat for poultry and pigs Animal Feed Science and Technology. 84(01-Feb), 01-Nov
  • CAMERON, J., WISEMAN, J., WEBB, R. and HUNTER, M.G., 1999. Effect of protein accretion rate on reproductive function in the gilt between 50kg and 3rd oestrus. In: Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science 1999 Penicuik, Midlothian: British Society of Animal Science. 6
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  • CLARKE, E.J. AND WISEMAN, J, 1999. Effect of varying extrusion temperature of full fat soyabeans on trypsin inhibitor activity and in vivo parameters in broilers chicks In: Proceedings of the 11th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition. (In Press.)
  • PROBERT, L.D., WISEMAN, J. and JAGGER, S., 1999. Body weight and P2 measurements as estimates of body tissue losses of lactating primiparous and multiparous sows. In: British Society of Animal Science 7
  • AGUNBIADE, J.A and WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., 1999. Energy and nutrient use of palm kernels, palm kernel meal and palm kernel oil in diets for growing pigs. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 80, 165-181 (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 1999. Optimizing the role of fats in diet formulation. In: Proceedings of the Australian Poultry Science Symposium University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia. 8-11
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  • PETERSEN, S. T., WISEMAN, J. and BEDFORD, M. R., 1999. Effects of age and diet on the viscosity of intestinal contents in broiler chicks British Poultry Science. VOL 40(NUMBER 3), 364-370
  • SHORT, F.J., WISEMAN, J. and BOORMAN, K.N., 1999. Application of a method to determine ileal digestibility in broilers of amino acids in wheat Animal Feed Science and Technology. VOL 79(NUMBER 3), 195-209
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  • WISEMAN, J, REDSHAW, M.S, JAGGER, S, NUTE, G.R and WHITTINGTON, F.W. AND WOOD, J.D., 1999. Influence of type and dietary rate of inclusion of non starch polysaccharides on skatole content and meat quality of finishing pigs. Animal Science. 69, 123-133 (In Press.)
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  • GARNSWORTHY P.C. AND WISEMAN, J., ed., 1999. Recent Developments in Poultry Nutrition 2 Nottingham University Press, Nottingham.
  • THOMPSON, J.E. and WISEMAN, J., 1999. Comparison between titanium dioxide as an inert marker and total collection in the determination of digestible energy of diets fed to pigs. In: British Society of Animal Science 171
  • GARNSWORTHY P.C. AND WISEMAN, J., ed., 1999. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 1999 Nottingham University Press.
  • AUSTIN, S. C., WISEMAN, J. and CHESSON, A., 1999. Influence of non-starch polysaccharides structure on the metabolisable energy of U.K. wheat fed to poultry Journal of Cereal Science. VOL 29(NUMBER 1), 77-88
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  • WISEMAN, J., POWLES, J. and SALVADOR, F., 1998. Comparison between pigs and poultry in the prediction of the dietary energy value of fats Animal Feed Science and Technology. VOL 71(ISSUE 1-2), 1-9
  • DARLING, F.M., WISEMAN, J. and TAYLOR, A.J., 1998. Developments in assessment of aroma and flavour. In: Progress in Pig Science Nottingham University Press, Nottingham. 429-442
  • DE BLAS, C. AND WISEMAN, J., ed., 1998. The nutrition of the rabbit CAB International.
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  • SHORT, F. J., GILBERT, C., WISEMAN, J., BOORMAN, K. N., SHAPE, J., ORFORD, S., ANGUS, W. and WAKEMAN, W., 1998. Apparent starch digestibility in near-isogenic wheats for broilers British Poultry Science. VOL 39(SUPP/1), S41
  • MOUGHAN, P.J, ANNISON, G and RUTHERFORD, S.M. AND WISEMAN, J., 1998. The chemical description of feedstuffs. In: I. KYRIAZAKIS, ed., A Quantitative Biology of the Pig CABI Publishing. 39-69
  • WISEMAN, J. and LEWIS, C. E., 1998. Influence of dietary energy and nutrient concentration on the growth of body weight and of carcass components of broiler chickens Journal of Agricultural Science. VOL 131(NUMBER 3), 361-371
  • WISEMAN, J., 1998. Livestock Production for the 21st Century: Priorities and Research Needs Animal Feed Science and Technology. 75, 81-82
  • WISEMAN, J. and AGUNBIADE, J. A., 1998. The influence of changes in dietary fat and oils on fatty acid profiles of carcass fat in finishing pigs Livestock Production Science. VOL 54(ISSUE 3), 217-227
  • WISEMAN, J., 1998. Dietary fatty acids and meat quality in pigs FEED MILLING INTERNATIONAL. MNTH JAN, 10-12
  • WISEMAN, J and VARLEY, M.A. AND CHADWICK, J.P., eds., 1998. Progress in Pig Science.: Proceedings of the 58th Easter School in Agricultural Sciences Nottingham University Press.
  • GARNSWORTHY P.C. AND WISEMAN, J., ed., 1998. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 1998 Published by Nottingham University Press.
  • DARLING, F., WISEMAN, J. and TAYLOR, A.J., 1997. Influence of content of nutritionally essential fatty acids on keeping quality of fresh pork. In: British Society of Animal Science 101
  • WISEMAN, J. and GARNSWORTHY, P.C., 1997. The role of lipids in animal feeds. In: Lipid Technologies and Applications Marcel Dekker, Inc, New York, USA. 557-577
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  • WISEMAN, J., 1997. The Value Of Feed Fats For Non-Ruminants FEED MILLING INTERNATIONAL. MNTH 3, 7-9
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  • SHORT, F.H and WISEMAN, J. AND BOORMAN, K.N., 1997. The influence of the 1B/1R translocation in wheat on the amino acid digestibility for broilers. In: British Poultry Science. S37
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  • DUBLECZ, K., WISEMAN, J., VINCZE, L., WAGNER, G., SZUTS, G. and JAKAB, E., 1997. Differences in the faecal and ileal endogenous amino acid losses between 3 and 9 week old broiler chicks. In: Proceedings of 11th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition, Faaborg, Denmark 347-349
  • WISEMAN, J., 1997. The influence of dietary factors on fat and fatty acid utilisation. In: Proceedings of 11th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition 34-45
  • LOWE, J.A. AND WISEMAN, J., 1997. The effect of the source of dietary supplemental zinc on tissue copper concentrations in the rat In: Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science. 67
  • LOWE, A.J. and WISEMAN, J., 1997. The effect of the source of dietary supplemental zinc on tissue copper concentrations in the rat. In: British Society of Animal Science 67
  • GARNSWORTHY P.C. AND WISEMAN, J., ed., 1997. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition 1997 Nottingham University Press.
  • SHORT, F. J., WISEMAN, J. and BOORMAN, K. N., 1996. Apparent digestibility of amino acids in two varieties of wheat British Poultry Science. VOL 37(NUMBER SUP), S76
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  • SHORT, F. J., GORTON, P., WISEMAN, J. and BOORMAN, K. N., 1996. Determination of titanium dioxide added as an inert marker in chicken digestibility studies Animal Feed Science and Technology. VOL 59(NUMBER 4), 215-221
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  • AGUNBIADE, J.A., WISEMAN, J. and COLE, D.J., 1996. Improving the nutritive value of Nigerian rubber kernal (Hevea brasiliensis) products through processing: II. Apparent nutrient and metabolisable energy values Tropical Agriculture. 73(2), 124-132
  • LOWE, J.A and WISEMAN, J. AND NASH, V., 1996. Change in hair growth in response to an increase in dietary zinc up to 4.5 times maintenance from three different commercially available sources in the dog In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 648
  • WISEMAN, J., 1996. The Neonatal Pig Journal of Agricultural Science. 127, 139-141
  • GARNSWORTHY, P.C and WISEMAN, J. AND HARESIGN, W., eds., 1996. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition - 1996 Nottingham University Press.
  • GARDNER, N, HARESIGN, W. SPILLER, R, FARRAJ, N, WISEMAN, J and NORBURY, H. AND ILLUM, L., 1996. Development and validation of a pig model for colon-specific drug delivery Journal of Pharmaceutical Pharmacology. 48, 689-693
  • MEPHAM, B., TUCKER, G. and WISEMAN, J., 1995. In: Issues in Agricultural Bioethics: Proceedings of the 55th Easter School.
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  • PETERSEN, S and WISEMAN, J. AND BEDFORD, M., 1995. The effect of increasing inclusion levels of ß-glucanase on the feeding of hulled and hulless barley fractions to chickens. In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 523
  • POWLES, J, WISEMAN, J and COLE, D.J.A. AND JAGGER, S., 1995. Prediction of the apparent digestible energy value of fats given to pigs. Animal Science. 61, 149-154 (In Press.)
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  • WISEMAN, J., ed., 1995. Peas - Utilisation in Animal Feeding: Translated frfom the French and Edited UNIP / ITCF, Paris.
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  • BUDD, T.J., ATKINSON, J.L., BUTTERY, P.J. and SALTER, A.M. AND WISEMAN, J., 1994. Effect of insulin and isoproterenol on lipid metabolism in porcine adipose tissue from different depots Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C. 108(2), 137
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  • WAREHAM, C.N and WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., 1994. Processing and antinutritive factors in feedstuffs. In: D.J.A.COLE, J.WISEMAN AND M.A.VARLEY, ed., Principles of Pig Science Nottingham University Press. 141-167
  • WISEMAN, J., ed., 1994. Nutrition and Feeding of Poultry: Translated from the French and Edited Nottingham University Press.
  • POWLES, J, WISEMAN, J and COLE, D.J.A. AND HARDY, B., 1994. Effect of chemical structure of fats upon their apparent digestible energy value when fed to young pigs In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 468
  • LOWE, J.A and WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., 1994. Zinc source influences zinc retention in hair and hair growth in the dog In: Journal of Nutrition. 2575-2576
  • POWLES, J, WISEMAN, J and COLE, D.J.A. AND HARDY, B, 1994. Effect of chemical structure of fats upon their apparent digestible energy value when given to young pigs. Animal Science. 58, 411-417 (In Press.)
  • NICOL, N., WISEMAN, J. and NORTON, G., 1994. Effect of varieties, site and N fertiliser on the apparent metabolisable energy and digestibility of wheat British Poultry Science. 35, 179-180
  • COLE, D.J.A and WISEMAN, J. AND VARLEY, M.A., eds., 1994. Principles of Pig Science: Proceedings of the 55th Easter School in Agricultural Sciences. Nottingham University Press.
  • PETERSEN, S and WISEMAN, J. AND BEDFORD, 1994. The effect of feeding barley fractions on viscosity and non-starch polysaccharide levels in broiler chickens. In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 439
  • WISEMAN, J., NICOL, N. and NORTON, G., 1994. Developments in the nutritional value of wheat for non-ruminants. In: Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition Nottingham University Press, Nottingham. 117-132
  • WISEMAN, J., 1994. Tannins in Faba beans In: Proceedings of the 9th European Poultry Conference. 137-140 (In Press.)
  • NICOL, N and WISEMAN, J. AND NORTON, G., 1994. Effect of site, variety and nitrogen fertiliser on the apparent metabolisable energy and digestibility of wheat. In: British Poultry Science. 179-180 (In Press.)
  • WOOD, J.D and WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., 1994. Control and manipulation of meat quality. In: D.J.A.COLE, J.WISEMAN AND M.A.VARLEY, ed., Principles of Pig Science Nottingham University Press. 433-456
  • LOWE, J.A and WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A, 1994. Absorption and retention of zinc when administered as an amino acid chelate in the dog In: Journal of Nutrition. 2572-2574
  • POWLES, J., WISEMAN, J., COLE, D. J. A. and HARDY, B., 1993. Effect of chemical structure of fats upon their apparent digestible energy value when given to growing/finishing pigs Animal Production. VOL 57(NUMBER 1), 137-146
  • WAREHAM, C.N and WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., 1993. The influence of faba bean tannins on male broiler chicks. Evaluation of hulls from white- and coloured-flowered cultivars and of near-isogenic lines. Journal of Agricultural Science. 121, 427-436 (In Press.)
  • POWLES, J, WISEMAN, J and COLE, D.J.A. AND HARDY, B., 1993. Effect of the degree of saturation on the digestible energy value of fats fed to growing/finishing pigs In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 451 (In Press.)
  • NICOL, N. T., WISEMAN, J. and NORTON, G., 1993. Factors determining the nutritional value of wheat varieties for poultry Carbohydrate Polymers. VOL 21(NUMBER 2/3), 211
  • WISEMAN, J., NICHOL, N. and NORTON, G., 1993. Biochemical and nutritional characterisation of wheat varieties for young broilers Aspects of Applied Biology. VOL 34, 329
  • PETERSEN, S and WISEMAN, J. AND INBORR, M., 1993. Viscosity of intestinal digesta of broilers fed diets based on wheat, barley and oats. In: Proceedings of the 44th European Association of Animal Production. 84 (In Press.)
  • POWLES, J, WISEMAN, J and COLE, D.J.A. AND HARDY, B., 1993. Effect of free fatty acid content on the digestible energy value of fats fed to growing/finishing pigs In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 451 (In Press.)
  • PETERSEN, S and WISEMAN, J. AND BEDFORD, M, 1993. Influence of diet on gut viscosity on broilers. In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 434 (In Press.)
  • AGUNBIADE, J. A and WISEMAN, J AND COLE, D. J. A, 1992. Utilisation of dietary energy and nutrients from soya beans by growing pigs Animal Feed Science and Technology. 36, 303-318 (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J, AGUNBIADE, J.A and AND COLE, D.J.A., 1992. The influence of changes in dietary oil content on the fatty acid profile of backfat in pigs In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 497
  • WISEMAN, J and EDMUNDS, B.K. AND SHEPPERSON, N., 1992. The apparent metabolisable energy of sunflower oil and sunflower acid oil for broiler chicks Animal Feed Science and Technology. 36, 41-51 (In Press.)
  • COLE, D.J.A, WISEMAN, J, DAVIES, J and PARTRIDGE, G. AND REEVE, A., 1992. The effect of dietary electrolyte balance on the performance of growing pigs In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 484 (In Press.)
  • DE BLAS, C, WISEMAN, J and FRAGA, M-J, AND VILLAMIDE, M-J., 1992. Prediction of the digestible energy and digestibility of gross energy of feeds for rabbits. II Mixed diets Animal Feed Science and Technology. 39, 39-59
  • WISEMAN, J, JAGGER, S and COLE, D.J.A. AND CRAIGON, J., 1992. Evaluation of inert markers for the determination of ileal and faecal apparent digestibility values in the pig British Journal of Nutrition. 68, 729-739
  • THORNE, P.J, WISEMAN, J and COLE, D.J.A. AND MACHIN, D.H., 1992. Amino acid composition and aspects of protein quality in expeller copra meals for pig feeding Tropical Science. 32, 145-151
  • WISEMAN, J., ed., 1992. Manual of Pig Production in the Tropics: Translated from the French and Edited Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau.
  • WISEMAN, J and VILLAMIDE, M-J, DE BLAS, C. AND CARABANO, R.M., 1992. Prediction of the digestible energy and digestibility of gross energy of feeds for rabbits. I. Individual classes of feeds. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 39, 27-38 (In Press.)
  • WAREHAM, C.N., WISEMAN, J., COLE, D.J. and CRAIGON, J., 1991. The possible role of methionine in the detoxification of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) tannins in chick diets British Poultry Science. 32(5), 1017-1026
  • WISEMAN, J., SALVADOR, F. and CRAIGON, J., 1991. Prediction of the apparent metabolisable energy content of fats fed to broiler chickens British Poultry Science. 70(7), 1527-1533
  • AGUNBIADE, J. A and WISEMAN, J AND COLE, D. J. A, 1991. Digestibility of gross energy and oil digestibility of soya bean products for growing pigs In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 571
  • WISEMAN, J and WAREHAM, C.N. AND COLE, D.J.A., 1991. Utilisation of faba beans by poultry -Evaluation of lines near-isogenic except for flower colour and tannin content. In: R.J. FROUND-WILLIAMS, P. GLADDERS, M.C. HEATH, J.F. JENKYN, C.M. NOTT. A. LANE AND D. PINK, ed., Aspects of Applied Biology. Production and Protection of Legumes Association of Applied Biologists. 23-30
  • AGUNBIADE, J. A and WISEMAN, J AND COLE, D. J. A, 1991. Nutritional evaluation of triple low rapeseed products for growing pigs Animal Production. 53, 509-520 (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J. AND SALVADOR, F., 1991. The influence of free fatty acid content and degree of saturation on the apparent metabolisable energy value of fats fed to broilers. Poultry Science. 70, 573-582 (In Press.)
  • WAREHAM, C.N and WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., 1991. The effect of tannins on chicks using field beans lines (Vicia faba) isogenic except for tannin content In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 565 (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J, JAGGER, S and COLE, D.J.A. AND HARESIGN, W., 1991. The digestion and utilisation of amino acids of heat-treated fish meal by growing/finishing pigs Animal Production. 53, 217-225
  • BOURDILLON, A, CARRE, B, CONAN, L, DUPERRAY, J, HUYGHEBAERT, G, LECLERCQ, B, LESSIRE, M and MCNAB, J. M. AND WISEMAN, J., 1990. A European reference method for the in vivo determination of metabolisable energy with adult cockerels: reproducibility, effect of food intake and comparison with domestic methods. British Poultry Science. 31, 557-565 (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J. AND INBORR, J, 1990. Nutritive value of wheat and its effect on broiler performance.. In: HARESIGN, W. AND COLE, D.J.A., ed., Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition - 1990 79-101
  • BOURDILLON, A, CARRE, B, CONAN, L, FRANCESCH, M, FUENTES, M, HUYGHEBAERT, G, JANSSEN, W. M. M. A, LECLERCQ, B, LESSIRE, M, MCNAB, J. M and RIGONI, M. AND WISEMAN, J., 1990. European reference method of in vivo determination of metabolisable energy in poultry: reproducibility, effect of age and comparison with predicted values British Poultry Science. 31, 567-576
  • AGUNBIADE, J.A and WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., 1990. Determination of digestible energy and oil digestibility of triple-low rapeseed products for growing/finishing pigs In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 587
  • WAREHAM, C.N and WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., 1990. Nutritive value of zero-tannin, white-flowered and tannin-containing, coloured-flowered field beans (Vicia faba) for chicks In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 589-590
  • THORNE, P and WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., 1990. Coprah Meal. In: THACKER, P.H, ed., Non-traditional Feed Sources for Use in Swine Production Butterworths. 123-130
  • WISEMAN, J and COLE, D.J.A. AND HARDY, B, 1990. The dietary energy values of soya bean oil, tallow and their blends for growing/finishing pigs Animal Production. 50, 513-518 (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., ed., 1990. Feedstuff Evaluation: Proceedings of the 50th Easter School in Agricultural Sciences Butterworths.
  • SALVADOR, F. AND WISEMAN, 1990. Assessment of free fatty acid content on dietary energy values of soya-bean oil fed to broilers In: 590 (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., 1990. Quality requirements of wheat for poultry feed. In: G.F.J. MILFORD, P.S. KETTLEWELL, J.H. ORSON, W.T.B. THOMAS, P.E. PRITCHARD AND C.MYRAM, ed., Aspects of Applied Biology. Cereal Quality II The Association of Applied Biologists. 41-51
  • WISEMAN, J., 1990. Variability in the nutritive value of fats for non-ruminants. In: WISEMAN, J. AND COLE, D.J.A., ed., FEEDSTUFF EVALUATION: Proceedings of the 50th Easter School in Agricultural Sciences 215-234
  • ENSER, M, WHITTINGTON, F.M, WOOD, J.D and COLE, D.J.A. AND WISEMAN, J., 1990. Effect of dietary linoleic acid on the fatty acid composition of pig muscle In: British Society of Animal Production Winter Meeting. 572 (In Press.)
  • WISEMAN, J., Recent Developments in Starch Digestibility in Piglets In: VIV Asia 2007, Bangkok, Thailand. (In Press.)

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