Title: Congenital omphalocele along with persistent vitelline duct in a day old cow calf
Authors: Kalaiselvan E, Sasikala, Swapna, Sharun Khan, Mohar Singh and SK Maiti
Source: Ruminant Science (2019)-8(1):143-144
Cite this reference as: Kalaiselvan E, Sasikala, Swapna, Khan Sharun, Singh Mohar and Maiti SK (2019). Congenital omphalocele along with persistent vitelline duct in a day old cow calf. Ruminant Science 8(1):143-144.
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