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Effects of the growth regulator 3-benzylbenzothiazolium bromide on the growth process of Japanese quail

, : Effects of the growth regulator 3-benzylbenzothiazolium bromide on the growth process of Japanese quail. Veterinarni Medicina 33(9): 557-560

After groups of 20 hatching eggs of Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) had been soaked for 24 hours in benzothiazolium bromide diluted in water at 10 mg/litre, 100 mg/litre or water (controls), 15 fertilized eggs were selected by light examination in each group and all were incubated for 12 days. Practically the same results were found in both experimental groups when embryos were removed and their individual organs examined.

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