The effect of the liquid fertiliser on the embryogenesis of pheasants

The human being pollutes the environment knowingly to improve in the quality for himself and for his domestic animals and cultivated plants. Use of modern fertiliser and its technology was part and parcel of the last one hundred years in the agricultural revolution. Quality problems of the environme...

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Main Author: Palkovics András
Format: Article
Published: 2014
Series:Review on agriculture and rural development 3 No. 1
Kulcsszavak:Agrokémia - környezetvédelem, Műtrágyázás - hatása, Növényvédőszerek - biológiai hatás, Fácán, Vadvédelem - Magyarország
Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/55323
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Summary:The human being pollutes the environment knowingly to improve in the quality for himself and for his domestic animals and cultivated plants. Use of modern fertiliser and its technology was part and parcel of the last one hundred years in the agricultural revolution. Quality problems of the environment constitute a violent contest to the individual interests, that’s why the environment scientists have attacked that for years, to use the fertilisers. The aim of this study was to answer for these disputed questions, studying the toxic effect of liquid fertiliser on wild bird reproduction. Birds were treated with blow-pipe per os, one part off eggs were injected through the air cap, another part were treated in bath tub. The birds were examined according to the following view points: time of the decease, production and fertility of the eggs. From eggs I conclude viability of embryos, malformations and I measured the body weight. Finally I can conclude that to use the fertiliser is not a very toxic agricultural method.
Physical Description:137-140
ISSN:2063-4803