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Effect of phytate on zinc absorption and faecal zinc excretion and carcass retention of zinc, iron, copper and manganese



Effect of phytate on zinc absorption and faecal zinc excretion and carcass retention of zinc, iron, copper and manganese



Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 34(1): 8a-9a




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