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Energy utilization models of cattle grazing in oil palm plantations II. Validations of models
I. Dahlan, M. D. Mahyuddin, Y. Yamada
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 1995;8(1):67-73.   Published online February 1, 1995

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