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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 90, Numbers 9-10, October 2006

Hormonal disturbances associated with obesity in dogs
pp. 355-360(6)
Authors: Martin, L. J. M.; Siliart, B.; Dumon, H. J. W.; Nguyen, P. G.

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Weaning pig performance and faecal microbiota with and without in-feed addition of rare earth elements
pp. 361-368(8)
Authors: Kraatz, M.; Taras, D.; Männer, K.; Simon, O.

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Effects of cadmium on serum sex hormone levels in pigs
pp. 380-384(5)
Authors: Han, X.-Y.; Xu, Z.-R.; Wang, Y.-Z.; Du, W.-L.

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Calcium-excess causes subclinical changes of bone growth in Beagles but not in Foxhound-crossbred dogs, as measured in X-rays
pp. 394-401(8)
Authors: Dobenecker, B.; Kasbeitzer, N.; Flinspach, S.; Köstlin, R.; Matis, U.; Kienzle, E.

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Investigation on the growth of coprophagy-prevented rats with supplemented vitamin B12
pp. 402-406(5)
Authors: Sukemori, S.; Kurosawa, A.; Ikeda, S.; Kurihara, Y.

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Bee pollen product supplementation to horses in training seems to improve feed intake: a pilot study
pp. 414-420(7)
Authors: Turner, K. K.; Nielsen, B. D.; O'Connor, C. I.; Burton, J. L.

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Subacute effects of moderate feed loads of isolated Fusarium toxin deoxynivalenol on selected parameters of metabolism in weaned growing piglets
pp. 421-428(8)
Authors: Drochner, W.; Schollenberger, M.; Götz, S.; Lauber, U.; Tafaj, M.; Piepho, H.-P.

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