Comparison of inocula from sheep and cattle for thein vitrogas production technique under tropical conditions

@inproceedings{Bueno1999ComparisonOI,
  title={Comparison of inocula from sheep and cattle for thein vitrogas production technique under tropical conditions},
  author={Ives C S Bueno and Adibe Luiz Abdalla and S.L.S. Cabral Filho and Dorinha Miriam Silber Schmidt Vitti and Emyr Owen and Rog{\'e}rio Martins Maur{\'i}cio and Ian D Givens and James D. Sutton and Fergus L. Mould},
  year={1999}
}
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