The Effect of Lactic Acid on the Microbial Protein Synthesis in the Rumen of Cattle
S. Jaakkola (Jaakkola S), P. Huhtanen (Huhtanen P)
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 1989;2(3):398-399.   Published online 1989 Sep 1     DOI:
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