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Distribution of protein and phosphorus in spring growth of rusty blackhawAuthor(s): Robert M. Blair; E.A. Epps
Source: Journal of Wildlife Management. 31(1): 188-190
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionSpring growth of rusty blackhaw (Viburnum rufidulum), a moderately preferred deer browse on southern ranges, contained more crude protein and phosphorus in the terminal inch of the twigs and the attached leaves than in segments 2 and 3 inches from the tip.
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CitationBlair, Robert M.; Epps, E.A., Jr. 1967. Distribution of protein and phosphorus in spring growth of rusty blackhaw. Journal of Wildlife Management. 31(1): 188-190.
Keywordsbrowse, nutrition, white-tailed deer, protein, phosphorus, rusty blackhaw, Viburnum rufidulum
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