Article published the October 20, 2020
Heat stress (HS) has undesired effects on the growth performance [1,2] and meat quality  of broiler chickens. During HS, chickens seek to dissipate unwanted and excess body heat by increasing panting, resulting in alteration of blood acid/base status, which in turn can give rise to respiratory alkalosis  and disruptions in muscle membrane integrity . Additionally, the wor ...
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