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Conference Proceedings:

 

1)      McDonald, M.W., and Shafey, T.M. (1987). High calcium intake in growing chickens. In "Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition in Australia", P. 195.  University of New England. Pub. Unit, Armidale, NSW, Australia.

 

2)      Shafey, T.M., McDonald, M.W., and Pym, R.A.E. (1988). The effect of breed of chickens on the performance of high calcium diet. In "World's Poultry Science Association Scientific Symposium", P. 8. Queensland Agriculture College, Pub. Unit, Queensland, Australia.

 

3)      Shafey, T.M., and McDonald, M.W. (1989). The effects of high dietary calcium on the performance of different strains of commercial broiler chickens. In "Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition in Australia", P. 6A. University of New England. Pub. Unit, Armidale, NSW, Australia.

 

4)      McDonald, M.W., and Shafey, T.M. (1989). Nutrition of the hen and egg cholesterol.  In "Cholestrol in Eggs Seminar", P33. Egg industries Research Council, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

 

5)      Moreng, R.E., Balnave, D., Shafey, T.M., and McDonald, M.W. (1990). Oats reduce egg cholestrol. In "Australian Poultry Science Symposium", P. 106.  1990 Poultry Research Foundation, University of Sydney and World's Poultry Science Association, NSW, Australia.

 

6)      McDonald, M.W., and Shafey, T.M. (1990). Cholesterol in poultry production.  In "Proceedings, 1990 Poultry Information Exchange", P.30.  Department of Primary Industry, Queensland, Australia. 

 

7)             Shafey, T.M., and Dingle, J.G. (1991).  Management and egg yolk cholesterol.  In"Survival in An Increasingly Competitive Market", P.99.  Queensland Egg Industry Seminar, Department of Primary Industry, Gatton College Campus, University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia.

8)      Shafey, T.M., and Dingle, J.G. (1992).  Factors affecting egg fatty acid and cholesterol content. In"Australian Poultry Science Symposium".  P.79. 1992 Poultry Research Foundation, University of Sydney and World's Poultry Science Association, NSW, Australia.

 

9)      Shafey, T.M., and Cham, B.E. (1992).  Altering egg fatty acid and cholesterol content to enhance the health standard of eggs. In"Banff International Symposium", Paper No. 8.  Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

 

10)    Shafey, T.M. (1992). Innovative egg products.  In"How is Your Research Dollar   Being Spent ?" Paper No. 7.  World's Poultry Science Association Seminar, Gatton College Campus, University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia.

 

11)         Cham, B., Kostner, K., Shafey, T.M., Fang. N., and Dwivdey, A. (1992).  Rapid regression of atherosclerosis by cholesterol apheresis-a newly developed technique.     In "Proceedings, 1992 European Atherosclerosis Society". P.71.  Lille Cedex, France (Abstract).

 

12)      Dingle, J.G., and Shafey, T.M. (1992). Effect of feed enzymes on egg production  and cholesterol output of layers fed wheat, triticale or rye.  In "Australian Poultry  Science Symposium", P.144.  Poultry Research Foundation, University of Sydney  and World's Poultry Science Association, NSW, Australia.

 

13)    Dwivdey, A.K., Kostner, K. M., Fang, N.X., Shafey, T.M., and Cham, B. (1992).   Increase of reverse cholesterol transport by cholesterol apheresis: Regression of  atherosclerosis.  In "Proceedings, 1992 Australian Atherosclerosis Symposium".  P.21. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (Abstract).

 

14)    Fang, N.X., Kostner, K.M., Dwivdey, A.K., Shafey, T.M., and Cham, B. (1992).   Invivo rapid mobilisation of adipose tissuse by lipid aphersis: a newly developed  technique. In "Proceedings, 1992 Australian Atherosclerosis Symposium". P. 83.  Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (Abstract) (Abstract).

 

15)    Kostner, K., Chham, B., Dwivdey, A., Shafey, T.M., and Fang. N. (1992).  Increase  of apo-A1 concentration in hypercholeraemic chickens after treatment with a newly developed extracorpporeal lipid elimination.  In" Proceedings, XI International  Symposium on Drugs Affecting Lipid Metabolism", P.153. Florence, Italy (Abstract).

 

16)    Mahon, M., Kostner, K., Shafey, T.M., Fang, N.X., Dwivdey, A., and Cham, B.   1992).    Rapid regression of atherosclerosis by cholesterol apheresis-a newly developed  technique.  In "Proceedings, 1992 Australian Atherosclerosis Society". P.82.  Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.

 

17)    Shafey, T.M. (1993)  Challenges and opportunities: factors affecting the quality of  incorporating long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids into poultry egg and meat  products with focus on antioxidants, product stability and consumer acceptability.    In"How is Your Research Dollar Being Spent ?" Paper No. 9.  World's Poultry  Science Association Seminar, Gatton College Campus, University of Queensland,  Queensland, Australia.

 

18)    Shafey, T.M. (1997).  Current trend of egg processing technologies and non-food  uses of eggs: selective review.  In “The first Saudi Symposium on Agricultural Sciences”.  Paper No. 4.  College of Agriculture, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 

19)        Shafey, T.M. (1997).  Alternative feedstuff in poultry diets.   In”The first Saudi Symposium on Agricultural Sciences”.  Paper No. 6.  College of Agriculture, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.   

 

20)     Shafey, T.M. (1998).  Innovative egg products.  In ”The third Saudi Food and Nutrition Symposium”.  Paper No. 3.  College of Agriculture, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Riyadh.        

 

21)     Shafey, T.M. (2002).  Embryonic growth and hatchability traits of meat-type breeder eggs exposed to light during incubation.  In “The first Symposium of the Saudi Society for Agricultural Sciences”.  Paper No. 11.  College of Agriculture, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 

 

 
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