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A meta-analysis of responses to dietary nonphytate phosphorus and phytase in laying hens (vol 91, pg 2072, 2012)



A meta-analysis of responses to dietary nonphytate phosphorus and phytase in laying hens (vol 91, pg 2072, 2012)



Poultry Science 91(9): 2412-2412




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DOI: 10.3382/ps.2012-91-9-2412


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