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Dr. Mike Czarick I believe this refers to broiler work conduced at Virginia Tech by Drs. Weaver and Denbow by their student Arjona. Other work was completed by a visiting researcher from Israel by the name of Cahaner. Other work was completed by Frank Eden an others in turkeys, but I don't think it was successful in showing a response. References: ARJONA, A.A., DENBOW, D.M. and WEAVER, W.D. (1 ...
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Article published the June 10, 2014
INTRODUCTION The importance of maintaining the correct embryonic temperature during incubation of broiler eggs has been shown to be more important than the incubator temperature settings. Previous work from the laboratory of one of the authors (R. Meijerhof) has demonstrated that embryos frequently become overheated during incubation, even when the incubator is operating correctly (i.e., within a ...
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Location:State College, Pennsylvania, Estados Unidos de América
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