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Development of growth functions to describe energy density of growth in beef cattle



Development of growth functions to describe energy density of growth in beef cattle



Van Der Honing, Y And W H Close European Association For Animal Production Publication, No 43 Energy Metabolism Of Farm Animals; 11th Symposium, Lunteren, Netherlands, September 18-24, 1988 Ix+414p Pudoc: Wageningen, Netherlands Illus 195-198




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