Clinico therapeutic management of hepatogenous photosensitization in cattle

Title: Clinico therapeutic management of hepatogenous photosensitization in cattle

Authors: G Saritha, GS Haritha and K Nalini Kumari

Source: Ruminant Science (2016)-5(1):87-89.

Cite this reference as: Saritha G, Haritha GS and Kumari K Nalini (2016). Clinico therapeutic management of hepatogenous photosensitization in cattle. Ruminant Science 5(1):87-89.


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