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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 92, Number 6, December 2008

Effect of feed type and essential oil product on equine chewing activity
pp. 621-630(10)
Authors: Brøkner, C.; Nørgaard, P.; Hansen, H. H.

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Effects of feedingl-carnitine to gilts through day 70 of gestation on litter traits and the expression of insulin-like growth factor system components andl-carnitine concentration in foetal tissues
pp. 660-667(8)
Authors: Brown, K. R.; Goodband, R. D.; Tokach, M. D.; Dritz, S. S.; Nelssen, J. L.; Minton, J. E.; Higgins, J. J.; Lin, X.; Odle, J.; Woodworth, J. C.; Johnson, B. J.

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Changes in luteinizing hormone-containing gonadotrophs after moulting induced by fasting and zinc in laying hens (Gallus domesticus)
pp. 668-676(9)
Authors: Sandhu, M. A.; Rahman, Z. U.; Hasan, I. J.; Rahman, S. U.; Yousaf, M. S.

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Dietary green tea polyphenols do not affect vitamin E status, antioxidant capacity and meat quality of growing pigs
pp. 705-711(7)
Authors: Augustin, K.; Blank, R.; Boesch-Saadatmandi, C.; Frank, J.; Wolffram, S.; Rimbach, G.

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Plasma lipoprotein concentrations in the dog: the effects of gender, age, breed and diet
pp. 718-722(5)
Authors: Pasquini, A.; Luchetti, E.; Cardini, G.

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