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The embryonated egg: a practical target for genetic based advances to improve poultry production.
The embryonated avian egg is an attractive target for applying technology-based advances to improve poultry production. There are a number of reasons for this. First, the egg is immobile and can beExpand
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The posthatch physiology of the turkey poult--II. Hematology.
Packed cell volume, total leukocytes, total erythrocytes, hemoglobin, mean cell volume and mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration of the poult were analyzed daily for the first 10 days posthatch.Expand
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The effect of in ovo oocyst or sporocyst inoculation on response to subsequent coccidial challenge.
A trial was conducted to investigate the effects of in ovo Eimeria maxima inoculation on response to subsequent posthatch challenge with E. maxima. The in ovo treatments were arranged in a 4 x 2Expand
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Inflation/Unemployment Regimes and the Instability of the Phillips Curve
Using the statistical technique of fuzzy clustering, regimes of inflation and unemployment are explored for the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany between 1871 and 2009. We identify forExpand
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Effect of phlebotomy on reticulocyte numbers in Japanese Quail.
Hematological changes were studied in response to a phlebotomy of 30% of the estimated total blood volume in 5-week-old Coturnix coturnix japonica. Blood samples, femoral bone marrow samples, andExpand
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The posthatch physiology of the turkey poult--I. Growth and development.
Daily body, heart, liver, spleen, pancreas and bursa of Fabricius weights of developing turkey poults were measured. Neither organ nor body weight was affected by sex of the poults during the firstExpand
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Effect of prefeeding on physiological parameters associated with turkey poult mortality.
A commercially available antibiotic and nutrient solution was prefed by gavage into the crops of newly hatched poults, which were then brooded under standard conditions of continuous lighting, 35-CExpand
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Bioconversion of xylan to triglycerides by oil-rich yeasts.
A series of lipid-accumulating yeasts was examined for their potential to saccharify xylan and accumulate triglyceride. Of the genera tested, including Candida, Cryptococcus, Lipomyces,Expand
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Inequality implications of European economic and monetary union membership: A reassessment
A growing number of studies have concluded that the European economic and monetary union has exacerbated inequalities in income, wealth and society. Furthermore, the endogeneity of income inequalityExpand