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Studies on the nonessential amino acids in fowl nutrition part 2 incorporation of carbon of l proline supplemented in diet into chick muscle protein under various dietary conditions differences in caloric contents nitrogen levels and essential to nonessential ratio of amino acids



Studies on the nonessential amino acids in fowl nutrition part 2 incorporation of carbon of l proline supplemented in diet into chick muscle protein under various dietary conditions differences in caloric contents nitrogen levels and essential to nonessential ratio of amino acids



Journal of Agricultural Science Tokyo Nogyo Daigaku 16(2): 114-121




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