Exposure to cold or heat during incubation on developmental stability of broiler embryos.

@article{Yalin2003ExposureTC,
  title={Exposure to cold or heat during incubation on developmental stability of broiler embryos.},
  author={Servet Yalçin and Paul B Siegel},
  journal={Poultry science},
  year={2003},
  volume={82 9},
  pages={1388-92}
}
An experiment was conducted to measure the effects of exposure to heat or cold during incubation on the size of skeletal bilateral traits (face, wings, shank, tibia, and femur) and weights of heart and lungs of broiler embryos. Measurements were obtained at 10 and 18 d of incubation and at hatch on d 21. Treatments consisted of eggs incubated at 37.8 degrees C throughout (control; C), cooled to 36.9 degrees C for 6 h daily from d 0 to 8 (C0-8), heated to 39.6 degrees C for 6 h daily from d 0 to… CONTINUE READING

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