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Zinc in blood plasma and hair. Concentrations and distribution in 150 Aberdeen Angus steers

, : Zinc in blood plasma and hair. Concentrations and distribution in 150 Aberdeen Angus steers. Revista de Medicina Veterinaria Buenos Aires 74(1): 42-46

Zn concentrations were determined in the plasma and hair of 150 normal Aberdeen Angus steers from a farm located in San Pedro, Buenos Aires. The farm was selected because it did not have previous records of mineral deficiencies. The animals were in very good general condition showing good growth and weight gain and did not have clinical signs of disease.

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