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Cold and heat climatic variations reduce indigenous goat birth weight and enhance pre-weaning mortality in subtropical monsoon region of China

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Cold and heat climatic variations reduce indigenous goat birth weight and enhance pre-weaning mortality in subtropical monsoon region of China
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Tropical Animal Health & Production, November 2019
DOI 10.1007/s11250-019-02142-3
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Nanjian Luo, Jing Wang, Yu Hu, Zhongquan Zhao, Yongju Zhao, Xiaochuan Chen

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#12,427,129
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