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Insitu Degradability of Organic-matter, Crude Protein and Cell-wall of Various Tree Forages

Bibliographic reference Kamatali, P. ; Teller, E. ; Vanbelle, Marcel ; Collignon, Gérard ; Foulon, Michel. Insitu Degradability of Organic-matter, Crude Protein and Cell-wall of Various Tree Forages. In: Animal Production, Vol. 55, p. 29-34 (1992)
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