V. L. Christensen focuses on Incubation, Animal science, Eggshell, Hatching and Embryo. His Incubation study combines topics in areas such as Glycogen and Anatomy. He combines subjects such as Incubation period and Biochemistry with his study of Animal science.
His Eggshell study is concerned with Ecology in general. His research integrates issues of Zoology, Jejunum and Starter in his study of Hatching. As a part of the same scientific study, V. L. Christensen usually deals with the Embryo, concentrating on Andrology and frequently concerns with Survival rate.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Animal science, Incubation, Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Eggshell. His study in the field of Large white also crosses realms of Fertility. The Incubation study combines topics in areas such as Glycogen, Hatching, Hatchling and Embryo.
In the field of Embryo, his study on Embryogenesis overlaps with subjects such as Iodide. His work in Endocrinology addresses issues such as In ovo, which are connected to fields such as Feed conversion ratio. His work deals with themes such as Yolk and Cardiovascular physiology, which intersect with Eggshell.
Embryo, Animal science, Eggshell, Internal medicine and Endocrinology are his primary areas of study. His study in Embryo is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Glycogen and Andrology. V. L. Christensen regularly links together related areas like Incubator in his Animal science studies.
His Eggshell study incorporates themes from Broiler, Incubation, Cardiovascular physiology, Anatomy and Hatching. His Incubation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Yolk and Hatchling. His study in the field of Follicle, Thyroid function, Thyroid and Triiodothyronine is also linked to topics like Maternal effect.
V. L. Christensen spends much of his time researching Animal science, Eggshell, Incubation, Limiting oxygen concentration and Anatomy. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Embryo and Animal science. His Embryo research integrates issues from Incubation period, Genetic strain, Respiratory quotient and Flock.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Endocrinology, Altricial and Hatching in addition to Eggshell. His study focuses on the intersection of Incubation and fields such as Yolk with connections in the field of Zoology, Internal medicine, Hatchling, Ontogeny and Precocial. His research in Broiler intersects with topics in Incubator and Biochemistry.
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Jejunal glucose uptake and oxygen consumption in turkey poults selected for rapid growth
YK Fan;J Croom;VL Christensen;BL Black.
Poultry Science (1997)
Egg Storage Effects on Plasma Glucose and Supply and Demand Tissue Glycogen Concentrations of Broiler Embryos
V. L. Christensen;M. J. Wineland;G. M. Fasenko;W. E. Donaldson.
Poultry Science (2001)
Examining the effects of prestorage incubation of turkey breeder eggs on embryonic development and hatchability of eggs stored for four or fourteen days.
G. M. Fasenko;V. L. Christensen;M. J. Wineland;J. N. Petitte.
Poultry Science (2001)
The Effect of Broiler Breeder Genetic Strain and Parent Flock Age on Eggshell Conductance and Embryonic Metabolism
J.A. Hamidu;G.M. Fasenko;J.J.R. Feddes;E.E. O'Dea.
Poultry Science (2007)
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)
Dietary carbohydrate level and glucose metabolism in turkey poults.
W.E. Donaldson;V.L. Christensen.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology (1991)
Changes in Shell Conductance, Pores, and Physical Dimensions of Egg and Shell During the First Breeding Cycle of Turkey Hens
H. Rahn;V. L. Christensen;F. W. Edens.
Poultry Science (1981)
Photostimulation of turkey eggs accelerates hatching times without affecting hatchability, liver or heart growth, or glycogen content
B. D. Fairchild;V. L. Christensen.
Poultry Science (2000)
Turkey Egg Weight Losses and Embryonic Mortality During Incubation
V. L. Christensen;F. M. McCORKLE.
Poultry Science (1982)
Comparing Infrared Spectroscopy and Egg Size Measurements for predicting Eggshell Quality
V.G Narushin;T.A van Kempen;M.J Wineland;V.L Christensen.
Biosystems Engineering (2004)
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