Nutritional value and sensory characteristics of meat eating quality of Australian prime lambs supplemented with pelleted canola and flaxseed oils: fatty acid profiles of muscle and adipose tissues

@article{Nguyen2017NutritionalVA,
  title={Nutritional value and sensory characteristics of meat eating quality of Australian prime lambs supplemented with pelleted canola and flaxseed oils: fatty acid profiles of muscle and adipose tissues},
  author={Don Viet Nguyen and Aaron Ross Flakemore and John R Otto and S. Sabhasri J.D. Ives and Rowan Smith and Peter D. Nichols and A. E. O. Malau-Aduli},
  journal={Internal Medicine Review},
  year={2017},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-21}
}
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