Fatty acids in carcass fat of steers treated with a β-adrenergic agonist individually or in combination with trenbolone acetate + oestradiol-17β.

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Forty steers of medium maturity were allocated randomly to four treatment groups of 10 steers each (C = Control, βA = β-Agonist, TO = Trenbolone acetate + oestradiol-17β and βTO = β-Agonist in combination with trenbolone acetate + oestradiol-17β). After 56 days on treatment, the β-Agonist treatment was stopped and the steers slaughtered on the ninth day… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/0309-1740(94)00049-D

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@article{Webb1995FattyAI, title={Fatty acids in carcass fat of steers treated with a β-adrenergic agonist individually or in combination with trenbolone acetate + oestradiol-17β.}, author={Elspeth Webb and N. H. Casey}, journal={Meat science}, year={1995}, volume={41 1}, pages={69-76} }