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Studies of Ca and P metabolism in atrophic rhinitis of swine. II. Bone Ca and P contents of healthy pigs and pigs affected with atrophic rhinitis



Studies of Ca and P metabolism in atrophic rhinitis of swine. II. Bone Ca and P contents of healthy pigs and pigs affected with atrophic rhinitis



Acta Veterinaria Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 22(1): 45-51



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