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Influence of the nature of proteins in milk replacers on blood levels of free amino acid in the preruminant calf. I. Milk, whey, fish and alkane yeast proteins



Influence of the nature of proteins in milk replacers on blood levels of free amino acid in the preruminant calf. I. Milk, whey, fish and alkane yeast proteins



Annales de Zootechnie 3(3): 343-358




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