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Effects of feeding conditions on bone growth and remodelling in pigs



Effects of feeding conditions on bone growth and remodelling in pigs



Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Niigata University (39): 53-59



Bone growth and remodelling were estimated in Landrace pigs 3 to 9 months old housed in pens: various conditions of feeding, exercise and pen floor accommodation were studied.

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