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Thermal manipulation during the middle incubation stage has a repressive effect on the immune organ development of Peking ducklings
Abstract Avian embryos are easily influenced by their environment during incubation. Previous studies have demonstrated that incubation temperature changes could influence muscle development and bodyExpand
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Evolutionary Pattern and Regulation Analysis to Support Why Diversity Functions Existed within PPAR Gene Family Members
Peroxisome proliferators-activated receptor (PPAR) gene family members exhibit distinct patterns of distribution in tissues and differ in functions. The purpose of this study is to investigate theExpand
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Impact of thermal stress during incubation on gene expression in embryonic muscle of Peking ducks (Anasplatyrhynchos domestica).
Changes in temperature will influence poultry embryonic muscle development. However, little is known about the changes in molecular processes impacted by incubation temperature in avians. In thisExpand
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Influence of in ovo thermal manipulation on lipid metabolism in embryonic duck liver.
The growth and development of poultry embryos are easily affected by environmental factors, such as the incubation temperature and humidity. Metabolism, including lipid metabolism, during theExpand
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Effect of thermal manipulation during embryogenesis on the promoter methylation and expression of myogenesis-related genes in duck skeletal muscle.
Avian embryos are an ideal system to investigate the effect of incubation temperature on embryonic development, but the characteristics and mechanisms of temperature effects on poultry embryonicExpand
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