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Quantitative and qualitative changes in the blood proteins of broiler chicks fattened under combined natural and artificial lighting

Quantitative and qualitative changes in the blood proteins of broiler chicks fattened under combined natural and artificial lighting

Veterinarski Glasnik 44(5): 371-376

The means total serum protein levels in 20 female and 20 male broiler chicks were 25.2 +or- 2.9 and 21.5 +or- 3.6 g/litre, respectively, at 7 days of age and 29.4 +or- 4.9 and 33.1 +or- 7.6 g/litre at slaughter at 58 days of age.

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