Effects of exogenous phytase and xylanase, individually or in combination, and pelleting on nutrient digestibility, available energy content of wheat and performance of growing pigs fed wheat-based diets
Y. Y. Yang (Yang YY), Y. F. Fan (Fan YF), Y. H. Cao (Cao YH), P. P. Guo (Guo PP), B. Dong (Dong B), Y. X. Ma (Ma YX)
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