volume 18, issue spe2, P1-16 2016
DOI: 10.1590/1806-9061-2016-0292
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Abstract: ABSTRACTDue to its central position in the production chain, in-ovo development is influenced by pre-incubation factors that affect the quality of embryonated eggs and incubation conditions themselves, and both may influence egg hatchability and chick quality, as well as bird survival, growth performance, and phenotype in the field. The evolution of the incubation process over the years is characterized by significant scientific and technological development. Presently, the main current focuses of research ar…

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