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Response of feeding different sources and levels of dietary phosphorus on morphometry and mineralization of tibia bone in broiler chickens



Response of feeding different sources and levels of dietary phosphorus on morphometry and mineralization of tibia bone in broiler chickens



Indian Journal of Poultry Science 39(1): 66-71



This study was conducted to investigate the effect of different phosphorus (P) sources and levels on the morphological changes and mineralization of the tibia bone in broiler chickens.

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