Observations on the mode of bacterial infection of hens' eggs.


There have been two major phases in the studies of microbial infection of hens' eggs. The first (in the years 1930-1960) sought to identify factors that caused the addling of stored eggs [1]. The second, which began in the mid 1980s, is concerned with infection of eggs with Salmonella enteritidis. This contribution summarizes the major observations made in… (More)


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