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Cuticle deposition improves the biosecurity of eggs through the laying cycle and can be measured on hatching eggs without compromising embryonic development

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Cuticle deposition improves the biosecurity of eggs through the laying cycle and can be measured on hatching eggs without compromising embryonic development. / Bain, Maureen M; Zheng, Jiangxia; Zigler, Melissa; Whenham, Natasha; Quinlan-Pluck, Fiona; Jones, Anita C; Roberts, Mark; Icken, Wiebke; Olori, Victor E; Dunn, Ian C.

In: Poultry Science, 24.11.2018.

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Harvard

Bain, MM, Zheng, J, Zigler, M, Whenham, N, Quinlan-Pluck, F, Jones, AC, Roberts, M, Icken, W, Olori, VE & Dunn, IC 2018, 'Cuticle deposition improves the biosecurity of eggs through the laying cycle and can be measured on hatching eggs without compromising embryonic development', Poultry Science. https://doi.org/10.3382/ps/pey528

APA

Bain, M. M., Zheng, J., Zigler, M., Whenham, N., Quinlan-Pluck, F., Jones, A. C., Roberts, M., Icken, W., Olori, V. E., & Dunn, I. C. (2018). Cuticle deposition improves the biosecurity of eggs through the laying cycle and can be measured on hatching eggs without compromising embryonic development. Poultry Science. https://doi.org/10.3382/ps/pey528

Vancouver

Bain MM, Zheng J, Zigler M, Whenham N, Quinlan-Pluck F, Jones AC et al. Cuticle deposition improves the biosecurity of eggs through the laying cycle and can be measured on hatching eggs without compromising embryonic development. Poultry Science. 2018 Nov 24. https://doi.org/10.3382/ps/pey528

Author

Bain, Maureen M ; Zheng, Jiangxia ; Zigler, Melissa ; Whenham, Natasha ; Quinlan-Pluck, Fiona ; Jones, Anita C ; Roberts, Mark ; Icken, Wiebke ; Olori, Victor E ; Dunn, Ian C. / Cuticle deposition improves the biosecurity of eggs through the laying cycle and can be measured on hatching eggs without compromising embryonic development. In: Poultry Science. 2018.