Poultry, Fisheries & Wild Life Sciences

Poultry, Fisheries & Wild Life Sciences

New Research on Turtles halt the Development

Each year thousands of hatchling turtles emerge from their nests along the southeast U.S. coast and enter the Atlantic Ocean. Sadly,only an estimated one in 1,000 to 10,000 will survive to adulthood. According to recent study of turtles that, Read more…

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Posted by lydia wILSON - 01/03/2013 at 06:02

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Climate Change and Habitat Destruction

Apart from being used in movies and comics, wolverines do exist as very robust but small in size. Mostly found in parts of North America, Canada and some parts of Alaska. They are small with an average size of 15 kilos. Morphologically they are very aggressive in picking intra-territorial fights, Read more…

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Posted by Elvina Cruz - 20/02/2013 at 04:06

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Poultry causes Maximum Food Borne Death in US

Among all food items Poultry meat and chicken causes maximum death in United States.From 1998 to 2008 means within 10 years of time period poultry causes 19% of Food Borne fatalities. In a study Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Read more…

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Posted by Elvina Cruz - 20/02/2013 at 00:55

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How can we Improve the Quality of Poultry Meat?

Major Issue faced in poultry meat is that after cooking it did not show cohesiveness. Scientist said that this problem was occurred due to less development of intramuscular connective tissue of animal. Development of connective tissue Read more…

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Posted by Elvina Cruz - 07/01/2013 at 03:37

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Effect of Sea Pollution (PCBs & PBDEs) on Sea Otter

Sea otters that were died by some infectious disease showed very high level of PCB. This PCB toxin is responsible for decreasing their population due to affecting their immune system. This case was found in the Sea of California and that’s why a wide difference is found Read more…

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Posted by Elvina Cruz - 14/12/2012 at 06:02

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