Rumen Degradability and Post-ruminal Digestion of Dry Matter, Nitrogen and Amino Acids of Three Protein Supplements
Wei Gao (Gao W), Aodong Chen (Chen A), Bowen Zhang (Zhang B), Ping Kong (Kong P), Chenli Liu (Liu C), Jie Zhao (Zhao J)
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2015;28(4):485-493.   Published online 2015 Feb 3     DOI:
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