broodiness


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broodiness

see avian broodiness.
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Molting is the natural physiological phenomenon of anorexia, broodiness, reproductive quiescence, shedding and replacement of feathers in female birds.
Nicola comes up with two drastic plans for dealing with Jimmy's broodiness over Carl and Belle is released, leaving the Dingles concerned about how she'll adjust to being back on the outside.
ABSTRACT:: Prolactin (PRL) is one of the pituitary hormones which is important in regulation of different physiological functions like nesting behavior in birds and also implicated in the regulation of broodiness in birds.
Let broodiness run its course, which is approximately three weeks.
The broodiness of the Tasmanian landscape is a common trope in Tasmanian Gothic cinema; there is a sense that the landscape harbours and shrouds the secrets of pasts not easily admitted.
You're supposed to move from student to graduate to work and ambition while juggling friendships, love affairs, first steps on the housing ladder and maybe even the first clucks of broodiness.
However, despite his claims and Field's broodiness, the Angels hitmaker insists he has no plans for parenthood just yet.
Kadaknath (KN) is an Indian native fowl which is known for poor egg production (120-140 eggs/laying cycle), slow growth, frequent broodiness, smaller body size (1.
Broodiness control and productive performance of creole turkey hens
One of the new breed of new born baby dolls that are almost as realistic as the real thing and guaranteed to cure broodiness in mum
If people say broodiness has been bred out of them, well, it's not true of all of them.