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Typical metabolic changes in high producing dairy cows early post partum and their consequences on oocyte and embryo quality

Jo Leroy, Tom Vanholder, Geert Opsomer UGent, Ann Van Soom UGent, Peter Bols and Aart de Kruif UGent (2006) Flemish Veterinary Journal. 75. p.94-104
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Flemish Veterinary Journal
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75
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94-104 pages
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yes
classification
A3
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332863
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-332863
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2006-04-26 14:15:00
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2008-02-22 22:58:27
@article{332863,
  author       = {Leroy, Jo and Vanholder, Tom and Opsomer, Geert and Van Soom, Ann and Bols, Peter and de Kruif, Aart},
  journal      = {Flemish Veterinary Journal},
  pages        = {94--104},
  title        = {Typical metabolic changes in high producing dairy cows early post partum and their consequences on oocyte and embryo quality},
  volume       = {75},
  year         = {2006},
}

Chicago
Leroy, Jo, Tom Vanholder, Geert Opsomer, Ann Van Soom, Peter Bols, and Aart de Kruif. 2006. “Typical Metabolic Changes in High Producing Dairy Cows Early Post Partum and Their Consequences on Oocyte and Embryo Quality.” Flemish Veterinary Journal 75: 94–104.
APA
Leroy, Jo, Vanholder, T., Opsomer, G., Van Soom, A., Bols, P., & de Kruif, A. (2006). Typical metabolic changes in high producing dairy cows early post partum and their consequences on oocyte and embryo quality. Flemish Veterinary Journal, 75, 94–104.
Vancouver
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Leroy J, Vanholder T, Opsomer G, Van Soom A, Bols P, de Kruif A. Typical metabolic changes in high producing dairy cows early post partum and their consequences on oocyte and embryo quality. Flemish Veterinary Journal. 2006;75:94–104.
MLA
Leroy, Jo, Tom Vanholder, Geert Opsomer, et al. “Typical Metabolic Changes in High Producing Dairy Cows Early Post Partum and Their Consequences on Oocyte and Embryo Quality.” Flemish Veterinary Journal 75 (2006): 94–104. Print.