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Effect of diet and exposition to the air on the number of total viable count of anaerobic bacteria, cellulolytic and methanogenic bacteria in cattle feces



Effect of diet and exposition to the air on the number of total viable count of anaerobic bacteria, cellulolytic and methanogenic bacteria in cattle feces



Rivista di zootecnia e veterinaria 11(5): 316-321




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