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Al-Kassi, G.A.M. and N.M. Witwit, 2010. A comparative study on diet supplementation with a mixture of herbal plants and dandelion as a source of prebiotics on the performance of broilers. Pak. J. Nutr., 9: 67-71.
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Durrani, F.R., A. Sultan, S. Ahmed, N. Chand, F.M. Khattak and Z. Durrani, 2007. Efficacy of aniseed extract as immune stimulant and growth promoter in broiler chicks. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 10: 3718-3721.
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Hasoksuz, M., K. Alekseev, A. Vlasova, X.S. Zhang and D. Spiro et al., 2007. Biologic, antigenic and full-length genomic characterization of a bovine-like Coronavirus isolated from a Giraffe. J. Virol., 81: 4981-4990.
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