Influences of Enzyme Complex Supplementation on Growth, Ileal and Apparent Fecal Digestibility and Morphology of Small Intestine in Pigs
B. G. Kim (Kim BG), J. Z. Tian (Tian JZ), J. S. Lim (Lim JS), D. Y. Kil (Kil DY), H, Y. Jeon (Jeon HY), Y. K. Chung (Chung YK), Y. Y. Kim (Kim YY)
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2004;17(12):1729-1735.   Published online 2004 Jan 1     DOI:
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