Japanese quail


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Japanese quail

n.
A widely domesticated Asian quail (Coturnix japonica), often raised for meat and eggs. Also called coturnix.
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Keywords: Japanese quail, feeding and environmental regimes, Growth, Morphometric, Carcass traits.
The objective of this study, therefore, was to investigate the effect of feeding peeled, cooked, sundried sweet potato tuber on the growth performance and digestibility of nutrients by Japanese quail chicks.
Why spend time and money on studying the mating habits of Japanese quail when there are problems like Alzheimer's disease and excessive reliance on non-renewable fossil fuels that urgently need solutions?
Five-week-old Japanese quail were infected experimentally with Aspergillus fwnigatus, and inflammatory markers were measured in plasma.
(2015) reported that the high amino acid ratio (0.78) provided an increased feed intake in Japanese quail. Considering that feed intake of Japanese quails is lesser than European quails, the former birds are more exigent in sulfurous amino acids to supply their requirements.
In addition, we found that the low heritability estimates for p and y were consistent with the results of Aslam et al [5] and Narinc et al [24] for turkey and Japanese quail, respectively.
EFFECT OF INCLUDING FLAX (Linum usitatissimum L.) AND CHIA (Salvia hispanica L.) SEEDS ON PRODUCTIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE AND FATY ACID PROFILE OF JAPANESE QUAIL (Coturnix coturnix japonica) EGG
Japanese quail, gain in body weight, mortality, hen-day egg production and food conversion increased with rise in cage space per layer.
The pathological variations including comprised swollen granular cytoplasm, cloudy swelling and degenerating nuclei in epithelial cells of renal tubules were observed in Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix Japanica) and in young chickens after the introduction of 75 mg/Kg Cd and 700 ppm Cd, respectively [17,24].
Conley and Blem (1978) found that Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica), when offered a variety of seeds for the first time, quickly selected or rejected seeds to maintain a constant body weight.

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