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Zagrożenia mikrobiologiczne w paszach

The microbial hazards in feeds

s. 26 - 28

Elżbieta Kukier, Magdalena Goldsztejn, Nina Kozieł, Tomasz Grenda, Krzysztof  Kwiatek

Zakład Higieny Pasz, Państwowy Instytut Weterynaryjny – Państwowy Instytut Badawczy,

Słowa kluczowe: mikroflora, pasza, kiszonka, Salmonella, C. botulinum, L. monocytogenes

Key words: microflora, feed, silage, Salmonella, C. botulinum, L. monocytogenes

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