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Growth performance and physiological variables for broiler chickens subjected to short-term elevated carbon dioxide concentrations



Growth performance and physiological variables for broiler chickens subjected to short-term elevated carbon dioxide concentrations



International Journal Of Poultry Science: 8, 738-742



Four trials were conducted to evaluate growth responses, blood chemistry and heart characteristics of broiler chicks subjected to progressive concentrations (0, 3,000, 6,000, 9,000 ppm) of carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>) gas from 1-14 days of age, which were then discontinued throughout the remainder of the trial (42 days of age).

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