Bu çalışmada farklı yöntemlerle hesaplanan kabuk yüzey alanı (KYA) ve hacmi (YH) ile kuluçkanın seyri içinde yumurta ağırlığı (YA), kabuk sıcaklığı (KS), oransal nem kaybı (ONK) ve civciv çıkış ağırlığı (ÇA) arasındaki ilişkiler ve değişimler incelenmiştir. On haftalık yaştaki Japon bıldırcınlarından elde edilen toplam 565 kuluçkalık yumurta kullanılmıştır. KYA ve YH, önceki araştırmacıların geliştirdiği tahmin denklemleri ve sayısal görüntü analizi yazılımıyla hesaplanmıştır.
Tahmin denklemleriyle elde edilen KYA ve YH değerlerinin tamamı, sayısal görüntü analiziyle elde edilenlerden istatistiki olarak önemli düzeyde farklı bulunmuştur (P
In this study, in the course of incubation, it was investigated that the relations and changes amongst the egg shell surface area (ESA), and the egg volume (EV) (both are calculated by different methods) with some traits such as egg weight (EW), egg shell temperature (EST), egg weight loss percentage (EWL), day-old chick weight (CW). A total of 565 hatching Japanese quail eggs from a ten weeks of aged flock were used. The ESA and EV were calculated by either the estimate equations which were developed by previous researchers, and the digital image analysis software tool.
All of the estimated ESA and EV values, which were procured by equations, were found to be significantly different than the revealed ones by digital image analysis (P
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