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Physiologico-biochemical bases of vitamin nutrition in farm animals

, : Physiologico-biochemical bases of vitamin nutrition in farm animals. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (1): 98-106

Introduction of modern technology to intensive rearing and maintenance of farm animals has brought in its wake problems concerning feed preparation and its effects on vitamin availability to the animals. There is a renewed need for field studies on vitamin nutrition in farm animals, and the development of methodological approaches to evaluating vitamin availability to farm animals, taking into account the latest findings in biological chemistry and fundmental vitaminology.

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