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The effect of synchronization of nitrogen and starch degradability in rumen on animal performance i ranking of sources according to their in situ rate of degradation



The effect of synchronization of nitrogen and starch degradability in rumen on animal performance i ranking of sources according to their in situ rate of degradation



Journal of Dairy Science 72(SUPPL 1): 536




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