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Differences in performances and endocrinological variables in two strains of chickens



Differences in performances and endocrinological variables in two strains of chickens



Brillard, J P (Ed ) Colloques De L'inra (Institut National De La Recherche Agronomique), No 54 Controle De La Fertilite Chez Les Oiseaux Domestiques; (Colloquia Of The Inra (National Institute Of Agronomy Research), No 54 Control Of Fertility in Domestic Birds); Workshop, Tours, France, July 2-4, 254p Institut National De La Recherche Agronomique: Paris, France Illus Paper 21-32




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