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Broiler reaction on significant rise of the methionine and lysine to metabolizable energy ratio in low-protein vegetable feed concentrates



Broiler reaction on significant rise of the methionine and lysine to metabolizable energy ratio in low-protein vegetable feed concentrates



Zootechnika Akademii Rolniczej we Wroclawiu 7(150): 51-62




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