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Feeding of high glucosinolate rapeseed meal or administration of potassium thiocyanate and excretion of SCN- in the urine of growing pigs



Feeding of high glucosinolate rapeseed meal or administration of potassium thiocyanate and excretion of SCN- in the urine of growing pigs



7th International Rapeseed Congress convened under the patronage of Stanislaw Zieba by the Plant Breeding and Acclimatization Institute under the auspices of the Group Consultatif International de Recherche sur le Colza: -1741




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