Use of In vitro Gas Production Technique to Investigate Interactions between Rice Straw, Wheat Straw, Maize Stover and Alfalfa or Clover
S. X. Tang, G. O. Tayo, Z. L. Tan, Z. H. Sun, M. Wang, G. P. Ren, X. F. Han
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2008;21(9):1278-1285.   Published online 2008 Sep 3     DOI:
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