Influence of riboflavin‐deficiency in eggs on embryonic development (gallus domesticus)

@article{Romanoff1942InfluenceOR,
  title={Influence of riboflavin‐deficiency in eggs on embryonic development (gallus domesticus)},
  author={A. Romanoff and J. Bauernfeind},
  journal={The Anatomical Record},
  year={1942},
  volume={82}
}
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