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The effect of some egg abnormalities in lines of meat-type fowls on embryo development and chick hatching

, : The effect of some egg abnormalities in lines of meat-type fowls on embryo development and chick hatching. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo i Tekhnologicheskogo Instituta Ptitsevodstva 36: 383-387

In Cornish lines, the hatchability of "marbled" fertile eggs and fertile eggs with deformed shells was 76.6-84.7% v 87.6 for normal eggs. The corresponding figures for Plymouth Rocks were 70.8-81.7 v 82.7%.


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