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Effect of finnish landrace and galway breeds on carcass composition fat distribution and fatty acid composition of different fat depots in lambs



Effect of finnish landrace and galway breeds on carcass composition fat distribution and fatty acid composition of different fat depots in lambs



De Boer, H And J Martin (Ed ) Current Topics in Veterinary Medicine, Vol 2 Patterns Of Growth And Development in Cattle; A Seminar in The European Economic Communities Programme Of Coordination Of Research on Beef Production, Ghent, Belgium, Oct 11-13, 1977 Xiii+767p Martinus Nijhoff: The Hague, Netherlands; Boston, Mass , Usa Illus P277-322




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