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SCRIPNIC, Elena, MODVALĂ, Susana. Study of magnetic field and ultraviolet activation in geese eggs hatching. In: Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, 2012, nr. 1(55), pp. 235-238. ISSN 2285-5750.
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Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science
Numărul 1(55) / 2012 / ISSN 2285-5750 /ISSNe 2393-2260

Study of magnetic field and ultraviolet activation in geese eggs hatching

CZU: 636.598.082.474

Pag. 235-238

Scripnic Elena, Modvală Susana
 
State Agrarian University of Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 17 februarie 2022


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The hatching eggs disinfection it is a very important process of eggs hatching technology. The results of hatching process as well depend on the method of eggs disinfection before the incubation starts. Method of hatching eggs disinfection needs to be chosen in that way to improve the hatching eggs without harming pre and post development of poultry youth.Using of ultraviolet activation and different systems of magnetic fieldled to increase hatching index of geese eggs, better results of hatchability had the geese eggs after using magnetic field in system of permanent activation during 15 minutes and it was 75.3% in last experience or higher by 1.7% comparing with control group.Studding the embryo death during the hatching period there was established that the magnetic field used in permanent system during 15 minutes had a positive influence on this index and there was noticed the difference between first and control groups of 1.7 % for first group.Studding the number of received goslings of first quality there was noticed that it was higher in the second group wheresystem of split magnetic field was used during 10 minutes and it was higher comparing with control group by 4.2%.

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eggs hatching, magnetic field, ultraviolet activating, Goslings