NATURAL ANTIOXIDANTS IN HENS’ EMBRYOGENESIS AND ANTISTRESS DEFENCE IN POSTNATAL DEVELOPMENT (review)

@inproceedings{Surai2013NATURALAI,
  title={NATURAL ANTIOXIDANTS IN HENS’ EMBRYOGENESIS AND ANTISTRESS DEFENCE IN POSTNATAL DEVELOPMENT (review)},
  author={Peter F Surai and V. I. Fisinin},
  year={2013}
}
The success of modern broiler industry is closely associated with breeding programs aimed at production of broiler chickens that show fast growth, high production yield, and efficient conversion of feed. These features of broilers often interfere with their health – as a rule, the higher is productivity, the more is birds’ susceptibility to various stresses, which poses a certain problem for breeding work (1). From a fertilized egg cell to farm housing of chicks, there are various factors… Expand

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