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Exocrine pancreatic secretion in growing pigs given diets based on rye, wheat, barley and triticale grains



Exocrine pancreatic secretion in growing pigs given diets based on rye, wheat, barley and triticale grains



Digestive physiology in the pig Proceedings of the 4th International Seminar held in Jabonna, Poland, 1988: 104-107



The volume and composition of pancreatic juice in 4 male pigs fed on rye, wheat, triticale and barley diets was compared. Mean weight of pancreatic juice secreted in 12 h was 1875, 1679, 2085 and 1800 g, respectively.

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