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Factors in the genesis of bovine subclinical mastitis






Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 102(10): 342-346

Factors in the genesis of bovine subclinical mastitis

A discussion of the influence of genetic and physiological factors and of machine milking technique on the defence mechanisms of the teat against mastitis pathogens.


Accession: 001833687



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