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A high roughage/concentrate ratio decreases the effect of ammonium chloride on acid-base balance in horses

(2006) JOURNAL OF NUTRITION. 136(7). p.2048S-2049S
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acid-base balance, cation-anion balance, symposium, horse, concentrate, roughage

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MLA
Kienzle, Ellen et al. “A High Roughage/concentrate Ratio Decreases the Effect of Ammonium Chloride on Acid-base Balance in Horses.” JOURNAL OF NUTRITION 136.7 (2006): 2048S–2049S. Print.
APA
Kienzle, E., Stürmer, K., Ranz, D., & Clauss, M. (2006). A high roughage/concentrate ratio decreases the effect of ammonium chloride on acid-base balance in horses. JOURNAL OF NUTRITION, 136(7), 2048S–2049S. Presented at the Symposium on Innovations in Companion Animal Nutrition.
Chicago author-date
Kienzle, Ellen, Klaus Stürmer, Dietmar Ranz, and Marcus Clauss. 2006. “A High Roughage/concentrate Ratio Decreases the Effect of Ammonium Chloride on Acid-base Balance in Horses.” Journal of Nutrition 136 (7): 2048S–2049S.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Kienzle, Ellen, Klaus Stürmer, Dietmar Ranz, and Marcus Clauss. 2006. “A High Roughage/concentrate Ratio Decreases the Effect of Ammonium Chloride on Acid-base Balance in Horses.” Journal of Nutrition 136 (7): 2048S–2049S.
Vancouver
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Kienzle E, Stürmer K, Ranz D, Clauss M. A high roughage/concentrate ratio decreases the effect of ammonium chloride on acid-base balance in horses. JOURNAL OF NUTRITION. 2006;136(7):2048S–2049S.
IEEE
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E. Kienzle, K. Stürmer, D. Ranz, and M. Clauss, “A high roughage/concentrate ratio decreases the effect of ammonium chloride on acid-base balance in horses,” JOURNAL OF NUTRITION, vol. 136, no. 7, pp. 2048S-2049S, 2006.
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  author       = {Kienzle, Ellen and Stürmer, Klaus and Ranz, Dietmar and Clauss, Marcus},
  issn         = {0022-3166},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF NUTRITION},
  keywords     = {acid-base balance,cation-anion balance,symposium,horse,concentrate,roughage},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Washington, DC, USA},
  number       = {7},
  pages        = {2048S--2049S},
  title        = {A high roughage/concentrate ratio decreases the effect of ammonium chloride on acid-base balance in horses},
  volume       = {136},
  year         = {2006},
}

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