E. D. Peebles mainly investigates Animal science, Broiler, Incubation, Yolk and Anatomy. His Animal science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Immunology and Fatty acid. His Broiler research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dietary fat, Internal medicine, Yolk sac, Feed conversion ratio and Hatching.
His work carried out in the field of Incubation brings together such families of science as In ovo, Embryo and Flock. The study incorporates disciplines such as Corn oil, Feed consumption, Inoculation, Linoleic acid and Oleic acid in addition to Yolk. His research investigates the link between Anatomy and topics such as Cuticle that cross with problems in Embryogenesis.
E. D. Peebles spends much of his time researching Animal science, Broiler, Incubation, Mycoplasma gallisepticum and Hatching. His Animal science research integrates issues from Body weight, Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Fatty acid and Yolk. His work focuses on many connections between Yolk and other disciplines, such as Oleic acid, that overlap with his field of interest in Palmitic acid.
The concepts of his Broiler study are interwoven with issues in Feed conversion ratio, Yolk sac, Embryo and Anatomy. The Incubation study combines topics in areas such as Embryonated, In ovo, Andrology and Hatchling. His Mycoplasma gallisepticum research incorporates elements of Inoculation and Vaccination, Virology.
E. D. Peebles mostly deals with In ovo, Broiler, Animal science, Incubation and Hatching. His In ovo study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Veterinary medicine, Coccidiosis, Embryonated, Vitamin and Vaccination. E. D. Peebles has researched Broiler in several fields, including Andrology, Small intestine and Biotin.
In his work, E. D. Peebles performs multidisciplinary research in Animal science and Rooster. His research on Incubation also deals with topics like
His scientific interests lie mostly in Broiler, In ovo, Incubation, Hatching and Animal science. His study in Broiler is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Andrology, Crypt, Small intestine and Significant difference. He has included themes like Vitamin and Coccidiosis in his In ovo study.
His Incubation research includes elements of Feed conversion ratio, Food science and Saline. His Hatching study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Animal feed. His research integrates issues of Serum corticosterone, Corticosterone and Co2 inhalation in his study of Animal science.
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Eggshell Quality and Hatchability in Broiler Breeder Eggs
E. D. Peebles;J. Brake.
Poultry Science (1987)
Growth and Immunity of Broiler Chicks as Affected by Dietary Arginine
M. T. Kidd;E. D. Peebles;S. K. Whitmarsh;J. B. Yeatman.
Poultry Science (2001)
Effects of breeder age and dietary fat source and level on broiler hatching egg characteristics
E D Peebles;C D Zumwalt;S M Doyle;P D Gerard.
Poultry Science (2000)
Broiler breeder age and dietary fat influence the yolk fatty acid profiles of fresh eggs and newly hatched chicks
M. A. Latour;E. D. Peebles;S. M. Doyle;T. Pansky.
Poultry Science (1998)
Effects of relative humidity during incubation on hatchability and body weight of broiler chicks from young breeder flocks.
J. J. Bruzual;S. D. Peak;J. Brake;E. D. Peebles.
Poultry Science (2000)
Is Intestinal Absorption Capacity Rate-Limiting for Performance in Poultry?
W. J. Croom;J. Brake;B. A. Coles;G. B. Havenstein.
The Journal of Applied Poultry Research (1999)
Effects of commercial in ovo injection of carbohydrates on broiler embryogenesis
W. Zhai;D. E. Rowe;E. D. Peebles.
Poultry Science (2011)
Effects of breeder age and dietary fat on subsequent broiler performance. 1. Growth, mortality, and feed conversion
ED Peebles;SM Doyle;T Pansky;PD Gerard.
Poultry Science (1999)
Effects of breeder hen age and dietary fat on embryonic and neonatal broiler serum lipids and glucose.
Latour Ma;Peebles Ed;Boyle Cr;Doyle Sm.
Poultry Science (1996)
Effects of prebiotics, probiotics, and their combination on growth performance, small intestine morphology, and resident Lactobacillus of male broilers
X. Wang;Y. Z. Farnell;E. D. Peebles;A. S. Kiess.
Poultry Science (2016)
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