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Dr Jayne Powles BSc, PhD, MA Teaching and Learning

Senior Lecturer

Teaching Duties

  • BSc. Animal Health, BSc. Animal Science, BSc. Bioveterinary Sciences, BSc. Veterinary Nursing, BSc Veterinary Physiotherapy
  • Module leader for BSc Laboratory Techniques, BSc Principles of Animal Health

Research Interests

  • Pig and poultry nutritional studies
  • Microbiology (food safety and anaerobic digestion)

Professional Memberships

  • British Society of Animal Science
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Society for Applied Microbiology

Academic Department: Animal Production, Welfare and Veterinary Sciences

Tel: +44 (0)1952 815426

Fax: +44 (0)1952 814783

Office: PC104 Aspire Centre

Research profile: ORCID

Publications

Other publications

  • Wilkinson RG, Sinclair LS, Powles J and Minter CM. (2000) Response of lactating ewes grazing grass to variations in effective rumen degradable protein and digestible undegradable protein supply from concentrate supplements. Animal Science. 71: 369-379
  • 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. 71: 1-9.
  • Powles, J., Wiseman, J., Cole, D.J.A. and Jagger, S. (1995) Prediction of the apparent digestible energy value of fats fed to pigs. Animal Production. 61: 149-154.
  • Powles, J., Wiseman, J., 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 Production. 58: 411-417.
  • 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. 57: 137-146.
  • Powles, J. and Cole, D.J.A. (1993) Research examines use of lactose in young pig diets. Feedstuffs. 65 (8): 13-16.
Modules

You can contact Dr Jayne Powles if you would like to discuss any of the following course modules:

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