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Antinutritional factors in plasma and organs

@inproceedings{Mabona2000AntinutritionalFI,
  title={Antinutritional factors in plasma and organs},
  author={Nicolas Mabona and S. N. M. Mandikib and G. Deryckeb and J. L. Bisterb and J.-P. Watheleta and M. Marliera and R. Paquayb},
  year={2000}
}
The impact of a high level of rapeseed meal in the diet on the concentration of antinutritional factors in plasma and organs was studied in 66 Texel, Suffolk or crossbred lambs. From 1 month of age till slaughter (132 21 days), they were fed ad libitum with concentrates containing 0% or 25% of rapeseed meal obtained either Samouraõ È or Honk rapeseed varieties. Lambs were weaned at 88 8 days of age and 24 5 kg live weight. Blood and organ samples were taken fortnightly for the determination of… 

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