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Domestication effects on foraging behaviour consequences for adaptability in chickens

@inproceedings{Lindqvist2008DomesticationEO,
  title={Domestication effects on foraging behaviour consequences for adaptability in chickens},
  author={Christina Lindqvist},
  year={2008}
}
The main aim of this thesis was to study domestication effects on foraging behaviour in chickens and to investigate whether and how domestication and selection for high production have influenced a ... 

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