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Effect of skip-a-day feed restriction on the jejunal mucosa of broiler breeder pullets

, : Effect of skip-a-day feed restriction on the jejunal mucosa of broiler breeder pullets. Poultry Science 63(4): 831-834

Jejunal tissue was taken from broiler breeder pullets 18 weeks old previously reared on a daily or skip-a-day feed restriction system. Light and scanning electron microscopy revealed no changes in mucosal appearance or structure related to feeding system.

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Accession: 001189530

PMID: 6728784

DOI: 10.3382/ps.0630831

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