Items where Author is "Verhelst, R"

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Tong, Q and McGonnell, I M and Demmers, T G M and Roulston, N and Bergoug, H and Romanini, C E and Verhelst, R and Guinebretiere, M and Eterradossi, N and Berckmans, D and Exadaktylos, V (2018) Effect of a photoperiodic green light programme during incubation on embryo development and hatch process. Animal, 12 (4). pp. 765-773.

Tong, Q and Romanini, C E B and Exadaktylos, V and McGonnell, I M and Berckmans, D and Bahr, C and Bergoug, H and Roulston, N and Guinebretiere, M and Eterradossi, N and Verhelst, R and Demmers, T G M (2016) Detection of embryo mortality and hatch using thermal differences among incubated chicken eggs. LIVESTOCK SCIENCE, 183. pp. 19-23.

Romanini, C E B and Exadaktylos, V and Hong, S W and Tong, Q and McGonnell, I M and Demmers, T G M and Bergoug, H and Guinebretiere, M and Eterradossi, N and Roulston, N and Verhelst, R and Bahr, C and Berckmans, D (2015) An insight into the heat and mass transfer mechanisms of eggshells hatching broiler chicks and its effects to the hatcher environment. Journal of Thermal Biology, 48. pp. 69-76.

Bergoug, H and Burel, C and Guinebretiere, M and Tong, Q and Roulston, N and Romanini, C E B and Exadaktylos, V and McGonnell, I M and Demmers, T G M and Verhelst, R and Bahr, C and Berckmans, D and Eterradossi, N (2013) Effect of pre-incubation and incubation conditions on hatchability, hatch time and hatch window, and effect of post-hatch handling on chick quality at placement. World Poultry Science Journal, 69 (2). pp. 313-334.

Tong, Q and Romanini, C E and Exadaktylos, V and Bahrt, C and Berckmans, D and Bergoug, H and Eterradossi, N and Roulston, N and Verhelst, R and McGonnell, I M and Demmers, T G M (2013) Embryonic development and the physiological factors that coordinate hatching in domestic chickens. POULTRY SCIENCE, 92 (3). pp. 620-628.

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