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Effect of noise on physiological functions in fowl. III. Effects of first and repetitive acoustic stimulation on plasma levels of glucose and free fatty acids in broilers of different age groups



Effect of noise on physiological functions in fowl. III. Effects of first and repetitive acoustic stimulation on plasma levels of glucose and free fatty acids in broilers of different age groups



Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 30(5): 651-660



The effects of first and repetitive noise applications to broilers, aged 14, 28, and 56 days, were tested by the responses of plasma glucose and free fatty acids (FFA). Plasma glucose and FFA in broilers at slaughter age with no exposure to noise were higher than in younger birds.

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