The Effect of Phytase and Organic Acid on Growth Performance, Carcass Yield and Tibia Ash in Quails Fed Diets with Low Levels of Non-phytate Phosphorus
P. Sacakli (Sacakli P), A. Sehu (Sehu A), A. Erg체n (Erg체n A), B. Genc (Genc B), Z. Selcuk (Selcuk Z)
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2006;19(2):198-202.   Published online 2005 Dec 7     DOI:
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