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Effect of different amounts of dietary protein and added synthetic lysine on amino acids in plasma of fattening pigs. 2. Total plasma amino acids and the ratio of essential to nonessential amino acids



Effect of different amounts of dietary protein and added synthetic lysine on amino acids in plasma of fattening pigs. 2. Total plasma amino acids and the ratio of essential to nonessential amino acids



Biologizace a Chemizace Vyzivy Zvirat 13(3): 229-232



2. Comparison of the 4 groups of 15 fattening pigs showed that on a diet with more protein essential amino acids in blood plasma increased.

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