Photostimulation effects on reproductive activities of domestic birds

Published on: 04/07/2014
Author/s : Prof. Israel Rozenboim, MobarkeyN.,Avital-Cohen N.1,Kashash- Hanin Y1.Heiblum R.(Hebrew University of Jerusalem),Chaiseha Y2 (Suranaree University of Technology)and El Halawani M.E3 (University of Minnesota)

The role of light in biological activities associated with avian growth and reproduction is very well known. Light quality can be defined by three criteria: 1) daily pattern of lightdark exposure; photoperiod, 2) light intensity (brightness), and 3) spectral composition (Andrews and Zimmerman, 1990). The role of light in avian reproduction Photoperiod: in birds from subtropical and temperate ...

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Ayoola Mathew Ayoola Mathew
April 7, 2014
Hello Prof,
This is a very nice research work. I am interested to work in this area. And I really wish to have your contact details for further discussion. Thank you. Mathew
Babar Hilal Abbasi Babar Hilal Abbasi
Agro Engineer Zootechnist
April 7, 2014
it is really informative article. I personally observed the photoperiodism in poultry specially in native breeds. thanks for information
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