Ray Stricklin

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Hypotheses from biology propose that females that are in better condition are better able to provide resources to their offspring through maternal investment. The investment can be either direct nutritional or greater behavioral investment. The objectives of these studies were to determine the influence of several maternal factors on differential maternal(More)
This project was designed to separate the confounded effects of group size, density, and enclosure size, and to examine the role of enclosure design and its related parameters in shaping movement patterns and use of space in the domestic fowl. While previous research has suggested that group size, density, and enclosure size are highly relevant to broiler(More)
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