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INCUBATION AND FERTILITY RESEARCH GROUP
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Incubation and Fertility Research Group

(IFRG/WPSA Working Group 6)

4th and 5th October 2018

2018 meeting - Edinburgh, Scotland

Holiday Inn, 132 Corstophine Road, Edinburgh, EH12 6UA, UK

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2018 Meeting - Edinburgh, Scotland

4th and 5th October 2018

Holiday Inn, 132 Corstophine Road, Edinburgh, EH12 6UA, UK


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Programme

 

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Professor Warren Burggren (University of Texas)

"Epigenetics and incubation: short- and long-term implications for scientists and practitioners"

Professor Warren Burggren is University Distinguished Research Professor at the University of North Texas and he has published extensively on epigenetics in poultry with emphasis on water balance and kidney function in embryos.

 

Afternoon of October 4th - Seminar "Hatching egg quality"

contributors

Professor Maureen Bain (Professor of Comparative Anatomy and Histology, Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine, University of Glasgow)

Professor Bain will discuss hatching egg quality with focus on egg shell in commercial hatching eggs.

Marleen Boerjan, Pas Reform Academy,

"Initiation of gastrulation during egg formation in the hen and first day in incubation."

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WORKSHOP - "STAGING THE EMBRYO"


led by

Murray R. Bakst PhD.

Consultant, addressing issues in fertility and early embryo mortality.

This workshp is being organized and sponsored by the Aviagen team of Dr Dinah Nicholson, Global Manager of Hatchery Development and Support at Aviagen.

Embryos collected from fresh eggs and eggs that are incubated for short periods during storage (SPIDES) will be shown (large screen presentation) and discussed by Murray Bakst. The collection of blastoderms from fresh eggs will also be demonstrated.

 

Some presentations offered so far (in no particular order).....

Differentiation of embryonic cells during first days of incubation as a result of gastrulation-related movements in the blastoderm
Marleen Boerjan
Pas Reform, The Netherlands  

 Epigenetics and Incubation: Short- and Long-Term Implications for Scientists and Practitioners.
Warren Burggren

Developmental Integrative Biology Group, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, USA

Let’s Talk About Isolating and Staging Embryos
Murray R. Bakst PhD
Consultant, USA  

Effects of egg handling in tropical climate and SPIDES on embryo stages
A Nangsuay1, M. R. Bakst2,H B H Widodo3 and D Nicholson4
1Aviagen Asia Pacific Ltd. 51/23 Sethiwan, Sukhumvit 49, Klongton-nua, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand, 2Poultry Consultant, 8124 Tamar Dr., Columbia, MD 21045 USA, 3Japfa Comfeed Indonesia Tbk PT, Wisma Millenia Lantai 7 Jl. M.T. Haryono Kav. 16 JAKARTA SELATAN 4Aviagen Ltd., Newbridge, Midlothian, EH28 8SZ, United Kingdom.

Effect of flock age, frequency of turning and SPIDES during storage on embryonic development, and hatchability of long stored eggs
S. Özlü1, A. Uçar1,T. Erkuş2, K.T.Bircan3, S.Yasun3, A.D. Nicholson2, O. Elibol1
1Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ankara, Ankara, Turkey, 2Aviagen Ltd, Newbridge, Midlothian EH28 8SZ, UK,3Aviagen Anadolu, Çankaya, Ankara, Turkey

Effect of hatching time and post-hatch holding time on yolk sac weight and broiler live performance
Serdar Özlü1, Reza Shiranjang1, John Brake2, and Okan Elibol1
1Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ankara, Ankara, Turkey, and 2Prestage Department of Poultry Science, NC State University, Raleigh, NC, USA.  

Assessment of food safety risk and microbiome links from breeders through hatchery to meat broilers under commercial conditions
Jean Eduardo de Oliveira, Vernon McIntosh, Adriaan Smulders
Cargill, Vilvoorde, Belgium

Stage of goose embryo development at oviposition depending on genotype, age and laying period
E. Łukaszewicz1, M. Lasoń1, A. Kowalczyk1, J.Rosenberger1, K. Andres2, M. Bakst3
1Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Wrocław, Poland, 2University of Agriculture in Krakow, Kraków, Poland,3Animal Biotechnology and Biosciences Laboratory, USDA, Beltsville, MD 20705, USA

Rapid experience-dependent changes in DNA methylation in songbird brain
Julia M George & David F Clayton
School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London, UK

Egg turning in Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus)
Joanna Rosenberger1, Ewa Łukaszewicz1, Artur Kowalczyk1, Zenon Rzońca2
1Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Institute of Animal Breeding, Division of Poultry Breeding, Chełmońskiego 38c, 51-630 Wrocław, Poland, 2Forestry Wisła, Czarne 6, 43-460 Wisła, Poland


Effects of early feed and water access on broiler performance and processing yield
Joshua R. Deines1, R. Keith Bramwell2, Doug E. Yoho1, Samuel J. Rochell1
1University of Arkansas Department of Poultry Science, Fayetteville, AR, USA,2Jamesway Incubator Company, Cambridge, ON, Canada


The Effect of Rapid Cooling Rate of Broiler Hatching Eggs after Oviposition on Embryonic Development and Hatchability
S. Özlü and O. Elibol
Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ankara, Ankara 06110, Turkey

Effect of specific gravity of hatching eggs and relative humidity on egg weight loss and hatchability S. Özlü1, A. Uçar1, R.Banwell2 and O.Elibol1
1Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ankara, Ankara, Turkey,2Petersime nv. Zulte, Belgium


Improper incubation temperature can contribute to lower hatchability and compromise poult quality Juan Lopez1, Lisa Kitto2, R. M. Hulet2
1Hybrid Turkeys, Kitchener, ON, Canada N2K 3S2; and 2Department of Animal Science, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802

Effect of some organic additives to semen extender on rooster sperm quality after 6 hours of storage E. Łukaszewicz, A. Jerysz, A. Kowalczyk
Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Institute of Animal Breeding, Division of Poultry Breeding, Chełmońskiego 38c, 51-630 Wrocław, Poland

Use of aromatase inhibitor as an alternative for contraception in laying quails
Nesar Zandi, Amjad Farzinpour, Asaad Vaziry
University of Kurdistan, Iran

Effect of SPIDES duration and flock age on embryonic development and hatchability of long-stored grandparent eggs
S. Özlü1, A. Uçar1, T. Erkuş2, K.T.Bircan3, S.Yasun3, A.D. Nicholson2, O. Elibol1
1Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ankara, Ankara, Turkey, 2Aviagen Ltd, Newbridge, Midlothian EH28 8SZ, UK, 3Aviagen Anadolu, Çankaya, Ankara, Turkey

Eggshell temperature pattern during incubation affects leg bone characteristics of broiler chickens at slaughter age
R. Molenaar1, B. Can Güz1, J. Wijne1,2, M. van Krimpen3, I. de Jong3, H. van den Brand1
1Adaptation Physiology Group, Wageningen University & Research, P.O. Box 338, 6700 AH Wageningen, The Netherlands, 2HatchTech B.V., P.O. Box 256, 3900 AG Veenendaal, The Netherlands, 3Wageningen Livestock Research, Wageningen University & Research, P.O. Box 338, 6700 AH Wageningen, The Netherlands.

Nesting behaviour during egg laying period in captive kept Capercaillie
J. Rosenberger1, E. Łukaszewicz1, A. Kowalczyk1, Z. Rzońca2
1Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Institute of Animal Breeding, Division of Poultry Breeding, Chełmońskiego 38c, 51-630 Wrocław, Poland, 2 Forestry Wisła, Czarne 6, 43-460 Wisła, Poland

Incubation traits and embryo development in two broiler breeder pure lines divergently selected on their energetic status
A. Franzoni1, E. Cailleau-Audouin2, T. Bordeau2, E. Raynaud2, Y. Baumard3, J. Delaveau3, C. Rat3, C. Praud2, M. Marzoni1, S. Mignon-Grasteau2, E. Le Bihan-Duval2, S. Métayer-Coustard2
1Department of Veterinary Science, Univesity of Pisa, Viale delle Piagge, 2, 56124 Pisa (P), Italy, 2BOA, Université de Tours, INRA, 37380 Nouzilly, France, 3UE1295 Pôle d’Expérimentation Avicole de Tours, INRA, 37380 Nouzilly, France

Multigenerational effects of heat manipulation during embryogenesis on body temperature and growth in broiler chickens
A. Collin1, T. Loyau1, S. Métayer-Coustard1, C. Berri1, S. Tesseraud1, C. Praud1, N. Couroussé1, S. Crochet1, E. Cailleau-Audouin1, J.K. Tona2, V. Coustham1
1BOA, INRA, Université de Tours, 37380 Nouzilly, France, 2Centre d’Excellence Régionale sur les Sciences Aviaires (CERSA), University of Lome, B.P. 1515, Lomé, Togo



 

 

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2017 Combined Meeting

Incubation and Fertility Research Group
(WPSA Working Group 6)

Fundamental Physiology and Perinatal Development Group (WPSA Working Group 12) 

August 30th – September 1st 2017

Wageningen, The Netherlands

Download report of 2017 meeting here

Abstracts of presentations are published in

European Poultry Science, 81. 2017, DOI: 10.1399/eps.2017.204

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2017 meeting participants

 

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Any queries about the 2018 meeting should be addressed to:
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