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Electrical conductivity of Japanese quail and pheasant eggs



Electrical conductivity of Japanese quail and pheasant eggs



Acta Universitatis Agriculturae, Facultas Agronomica, Brno 25(4): 149-154



1326 measurements were obtained on quail eggs, and 252 measurements on pheasant eggs.

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