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Comparative studies on the physical and chemical composition of avian eggs. 2. Polyacrylamide gradient gel disc electrophoretograms of fowl, Japanese quail, duck, Muscovy, Golden pheasant and Silver pheasant egg yolks



Comparative studies on the physical and chemical composition of avian eggs. 2. Polyacrylamide gradient gel disc electrophoretograms of fowl, Japanese quail, duck, Muscovy, Golden pheasant and Silver pheasant egg yolks



Japanese Poultry Science 16(6): 337-343



The fowl breeds were represented by Rhode Island Red, Barred Plymouth Rock, White Leghorn and Totenko (a Japanese native breed), and the duck breeds were Khaki Campbell, Pekin and Naki (a Japanese native breed), as well as the Muscovy.

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