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Influence of virginiamycin on the digestive physiology in precaecal re-entrant cannulated pigs

Jaak Decuypere, Noël Dierick UGent, I Vervaeke and H Henderickx (1991) ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL NUTRITION-ARCHIV FUR TIERERNAHRUNG. 41. p.372-392
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ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL NUTRITION-ARCHIV FUR TIERERNAHRUNG
Arch. Anim. Nutr.-Arch. Tierernahr.
volume
41
pages
372 - 392
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0003-942X
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English
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A2
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228548
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-228548
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  author       = {Decuypere, Jaak and Dierick, No{\"e}l and Vervaeke, I and Henderickx, H},
  issn         = {0003-942X},
  journal      = {ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL NUTRITION-ARCHIV FUR TIERERNAHRUNG},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {372--392},
  title        = {Influence of virginiamycin on the digestive physiology in precaecal re-entrant cannulated pigs},
  volume       = {41},
  year         = {1991},
}

Chicago
Decuypere, Jaak, Noël Dierick, I Vervaeke, and H Henderickx. 1991. “Influence of Virginiamycin on the Digestive Physiology in Precaecal Re-entrant Cannulated Pigs.” Archives of Animal Nutrition-archiv Fur Tierernahrung 41: 372–392.
APA
Decuypere, J., Dierick, N., Vervaeke, I., & Henderickx, H. (1991). Influence of virginiamycin on the digestive physiology in precaecal re-entrant cannulated pigs. ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL NUTRITION-ARCHIV FUR TIERERNAHRUNG, 41, 372–392.
Vancouver
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Decuypere J, Dierick N, Vervaeke I, Henderickx H. Influence of virginiamycin on the digestive physiology in precaecal re-entrant cannulated pigs. ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL NUTRITION-ARCHIV FUR TIERERNAHRUNG. 1991;41:372–92.
MLA
Decuypere, Jaak, Noël Dierick, I Vervaeke, et al. “Influence of Virginiamycin on the Digestive Physiology in Precaecal Re-entrant Cannulated Pigs.” ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL NUTRITION-ARCHIV FUR TIERERNAHRUNG 41 (1991): 372–392. Print.