Annie J. King

Selected Publications

Removal of Excess Cellulose and Associated Polysaccharides in Fruit and Vegetable By-Products – Implication for Use in Feed for Monogastric Farm Animals

King, A. J. and Zeidler. 2004. Tomato pomace may be a good source of vitamin E in broiler diets. California Agriculture, In-Press for March – January, 2004.

Bradley, F. A. and King, A. J. 2005. Egg Basics for the Consumer: Packaging, Storage, and Nutritional Information. University of California, DANR Publication 8154.

Priesbe, T. J. and King, A. J. 2006. Letter to the Editor. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. 72:331-334.

Assi, J. A. and. King, A. J. 2007. Assessment of selected antioxidants in tomato pomace subsequent to treatment with the edible oyster mushroom, Pleurotus ostreatus, under solid–state fermentation. J. Agric. Food Chem. 22:9095-9098.

Assi, J. A. and King, A. J. 2008. Manganese amendment and Pleurotus ostreatus treatment to convert tomato pomace for inclusion in poultry feed. Poultry Sci. 87: 1889 – 1896.

King, A. J. 2008. A review: Multi-disciplinary uses of eggs. 2008. Avian Bio.Res. In Press.