Perspectives in Avian Endocrinology
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Perspectives in Avian Endocrinology

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Avian species populate most of the world's environments and they have adaptive physiological and behavioural strategies for breeding and survival. In addition to being domesticated as pets, birds are important livestock species and, as such, research which leads to the breeding of better birds impacts greatly on the poultry industry. Birds, particularly the chicken, also p...more
Hardcover, 492 pages
Published January 28th 1997 by Society for Endocrinology (first published 1997)
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