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Vitamin A for cattle


Livestock Adviser 9(12): 13-16
Vitamin A for cattle
This brief review discusses, physiological function of vitamin A; vitamin A and vision; precursors of vitamin A; forms of vitamin A; digestion, absorption and utilization; distribution and storage; excess and deficiency of vitamin A; requirements.


Accession: 001507961



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