Saccharomyces cerevisiae Live Cells Decreased In vitro Methane Production in Intestinal Content of Pigs
Y. L. Gong (Gong YL), X. D. Liao (Liao XD), J. B. Liang (Liang JB), M. F. Jahromi (Jahromi MF), H. Wang (Wang H), Z. Cao (Cao Z), Y. B. Wu (Wu YB)
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2013;26(6):856-863.   Published online 2013 Jun 1     DOI:
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