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Mathematical models presenting the influence of the storage period on the qualities of turkey eggs

By: Neli Keranova, Pavlina Hristakieva, Magdalena Oblakova

Key Words: Hatchability, Regression models, Storage, Fertilization.

Int. J. Agron. Agri. Res. 12(4), 15-23, April 2018.

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to analyze the impact of the storage period of turkey eggs prior to incubation on their hatching qualities and the changes in their constituent parts. Sensitive alterations are observed in indicators related to fertilization (91-97%), embryonic mortality (0-7 – days 90-95%; 8-14 days – 63-82%, 15 days – 71-91%), hatchability of fertile eggs (87-95%). It was found that the storage time does not significantly affect the egg weight as well as its component parts. Graphics and mathematical models were built during the processing and analysis process, presenting the impact of the storage period on the change of the respective indicators of eggs. Regression models have been built, presenting in an analytical form the established relations. The tools of IBM Statistics SPSS 24 were used.

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Mathematical models presenting the influence of the storage period on the qualities of turkey eggs

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Neli Keranova, Pavlina Hristakieva, Magdalena Oblakova.
Mathematical models presenting the influence of the storage period on the qualities of turkey eggs.
Int. J. Agron. Agri. Res. 12(4), 15-23, April 2018.
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