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Relationship of the eggshell conductance constant to intestinal physiology


, : Relationship of the eggshell conductance constant to intestinal physiology. International Journal of Poultry Science 2(3): 207-213

The hypothesis was proposed that egg shell conductance constants (k) alter embryonic intestinal development and affect growth posthatching. Egg weight (EW), egg shell conductance (G) and length of the incubation period (IP), the three components of the conductance constant, were changed to determine their effect on intestinal physiology. Eggs were selected based on EW and G properties.

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