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Chemical composition and in vitro degradability of botanical fractions of cereal straw Barley, Hardeum vulgare, wheat, Triticum aestivum, rumen microorganism digestion



Chemical composition and in vitro degradability of botanical fractions of cereal straw Barley, Hardeum vulgare, wheat, Triticum aestivum, rumen microorganism digestion



Swedish journal of agricultural research3(2): 61-67




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