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Deficient anatomical capacity for oxygen uptake of the developing lung of the female domestic fowl when compared with the Red Jungle Fowl



Deficient anatomical capacity for oxygen uptake of the developing lung of the female domestic fowl when compared with the Red Jungle Fowl



Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 129(5): 225-237



A comparison has been made of the anatomy of the lungs of the domestic fowl with that of its wild progenitor, the Red Jungle fowl, in 1-day, 7-day, 30-day and adult female birds. All lung parameters, when standardized against body weight, were extremely unfavourable to the domestic fowl at day 7.

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