2019
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-9940200822019
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Abstract: SUMMARY The effect of the disinfection of fertile eggs of free-range poultry with essential oils from Cymbopogon flexuosus and Lippia rotundifolia was evaluated. The treatments applied to the eggs were (v v-1): 1% essential oil from C. flexuosus (CF), 1% essential oil from L. rotundifolia(LR), 0.1% CF + LR, and 0.1% quaternary ammonia (QA) (positive control). The eggs were incubated for 21 days, the birds from hatched eggs were counted and weighed, and not hatched eggs were opened and examined macroscopically … Show more

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“…According to this report, embryos exposed to these waves can develop abnormally. Low hatchability has also been described in hatching eggs sanitized with lemongrass and pedestrian tea essential oils [ 6 ]. Mousa-Balabel et al [ 61 ] noted that eggs sanitized with hydrogen peroxide recorded weak chicks and a high percentage of omphalitis, and eggs sanitized with TH4 recorded weak chicks with distorted beaks.…”
Section: Sanitizers and Their Effects On The Microbiological Quality ...mentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…According to this report, embryos exposed to these waves can develop abnormally. Low hatchability has also been described in hatching eggs sanitized with lemongrass and pedestrian tea essential oils [ 6 ]. Mousa-Balabel et al [ 61 ] noted that eggs sanitized with hydrogen peroxide recorded weak chicks and a high percentage of omphalitis, and eggs sanitized with TH4 recorded weak chicks with distorted beaks.…”
Section: Sanitizers and Their Effects On The Microbiological Quality ...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The beneficial and non-beneficial effects of sanitizers in hatching eggs result from synchrony (favorable) or non-synchrony (unfavorable) factors, such as concentration and application time [ 4 , 6 ]. As mentioned earlier, it is clear that sanitizers, when applied to hatching eggs under certain conditions, can generate a repertoire of adverse effects that affect embryonic development.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%