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Iodine status of thyroid gland in growing-finishing pigs fed rapeseed meal or rapeseed cake in comparison to soybean meal



Iodine status of thyroid gland in growing-finishing pigs fed rapeseed meal or rapeseed cake in comparison to soybean meal



Proceedings Of The Society Of Nutrition Physiology: 51




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