Eggs are among the most nutritious foods. They are a good source of vitamins A, B, and D; riboflavin, biotin, phosphorus, and some iron also are found in eggs. Eggs are low in calories, yet high in protein. In fact, egg protein is extremely high in quality, and includes all the amino acids needed to build and improve body tissues. One dozen large eggs equal to 1.5 pounds of protein rich food. Of the basic four food groups, eggs are in the meat group and are an excellent meat substitute, with two eggs equalling one serving of meat. Eggs can be served any time of the day. In fact, eggs are so versatile; they can be prepared easily in a variety of ways. However, eggs-like other foods-are susceptible to contamination and bacterial growth due to their concentrated content of nutrients and high quality protein. Be certain eggs are cooked completely before eating. This book provides complete source of information related to egg and its products. “Outlines of Egg and Egg Products Technology” remains the essential reference for everyone involved in the egg industry.
This research has been taken up to see whether Salmonella contamination, especially that of S. Enteritidis, is a major problem in the different types of eggs that are consumed in various parts of India. Different types of eggs such as those from commercial layer hen, back yard raised hen, duck and Japanese Quail were analysed for Salmonella and the confirmed isolates were serotyped at National Salmonella and Escherichia Centre, Central Research Institute, Kasauli, India. The results revealed that unlike in many other countries S. Enteritidis does not pose a major threat in commercial layer hens' egg in India, though more diverse serotypes of Salmonella were encountered in these samples. However, Salmonella contamination in duck egg contents were found to be frequent especially with S. Enteritidis and S. Infantis, which could pose health hazard to unwary consumers in rural India, who prefer to consume this type of egg. Multiple antibiotic resistance was common among most isolates of Salmonella. Efficacy of spices extract in controlling the Salmonella in eggs were found to vary with the type of egg.
In this book, some factors affecting productivity and egg quality in brown laying hens were studied and discussed. From the study of the effect of methionine, linoleic acid and supplemented fat in the diet it could be concluded that the levels of these components of commercial diets currently used in Spain, in the last part of the production cycle, can be reduced considerably without any effect on hen productivity and little effect on egg quality. In response to the influence of calcium level and source of the diet of laying hens it could be concluded that brown egg-laying hens late in the production cycle require more than 3.5% Ca in the diet (4.08 g Ca/d) to maintain productivity and shell quality. Also, the substitution of part of the fine limestone of the diet by coarse limestone or oyster shell does not affect productive performance and tibia characteristics although it might improve some shell quality traits. Regarding the influence of main cereal and mean particle size of the cereal in the diet of laying hens it could be concluded that both corn and hard wheat can be used indistinctly in diets for laying hens when ground to pass through a 6- to 10-mm screen.
Over the last few years, the use of health promoting components through food items, like meat and egg has increased exponentially. The patients, women and children are the most important consumer for enriched food items. With this boom in food industry has also rise in the need for making designer egg and meat. Traditional production approaches to produce the egg are no longer adeque. This book, therefore, provides a new feed formulation technique for successful production of designer eggs. This book deals different researcher’s analysis about different raw materials used in production of designer eggs and it should be especially useful to professionals in poultry nutrition, or anyone else who may be considering utilizing this technique for designer egg production.
It is well known that from 7 to 8% of eggs are broken before they reach the consumer in case of mechanical handling compared with 1.5 to 2% if eggs were handled by hand. Increase egg shell strength, economic losses have been estimated from time to time and are extremely important in determining the profitability of egg production and marketing. As known, the commercial layers produce high egg production but the eggshell strength was less compared with local breed. Also, many researches were conducted to evaluate the laying performance of all Egyptian local breeds, but a few data were published on the relationship between ultrastructural and organic matrix composition of eggshell effect of eggshell quality. So that, this experiment was carried out on the most important Egyptian native breeds to discover and investigate the reasons which attributed to the high shell strength by study relationship between ultrastructural and organic matrix composition of eggshell.
Water of high quality is essential to human life and water of acceptable quality is essential for agriculture, industrial, domestic and commercial uses. The discharge of dye wastewaters into natural streams and rivers from the textile industry poses severe problems. Restoring water quality to its original states could be expensive. Adsorption has been found to be superior to other treatment methods for water re-use in terms of flexibility of design and ease of operation. On the environment and economic side, the selection of the best adsorbent is a key issue that receives large attention. This book provides an interesting contribution to the water treatment process by adding current less explored knowledge of adsorption. The technical feasibility of various adsorbents for dyes removal from contaminated water has been reviewed. Instead of using commercial activated carbon, the author of this book has worked on industrial waste material. In this book, locally available mangrove bark was studied for its potential use as an adsorbent for the removal of different types of dyes from aqueous solution. Factor affecting the efficiency of dyes removal were evaluated.
Victoria Hopewell was a forty-something divorced clinical psychologist when she met and married a longtime bachelor whose ninety-year-old parents were anxiously waiting for a grandchild. Problem was, even though Victoria had two young daughters from a previous marriage, her intense desire to create a baby with her new husband was thwarted by her own body. Her eggs were aging faster than her healthy hormones and youthful appearance would suppose. Desperate to bear a child, willing to undergo every procedure from Lupron shots through egg harvesting and in vitro fertilization (IVF), she is blocked at every corner of medical protocol from achieving her dream of a successful pregnancy. Finally she journeys toward acceptance of using a donor egg, much to the dismay of her growing daughters. But no eggs are available, and she is placed on a lengthy hospital waitlist. Victoria and her husband then embark on a surrealistic egg hunt to fi nd their own donor. Follow her insider's account of the hidden world of egg donation-where women's eggs are bought and sold over the internet and a beautiful model with high SATs and a prior successful donation commands the highest prices.Grade A Baby Eggs is a must read for anyone considering IVF and the donor egg option to bearing children. "Reading Victoria Hopewell's Grade A Baby Eggs not only taught me more than I ever knew about today's fascinating fertility subcultures, but brought me an entirely new insight into how commercialized even so sacred an activity as human reproduction can become. This memoir is funny, sad, touching, always human, never dull." -Paul De Angelis, co-author of Dear Mrs. Kennedy Victoria Hopewell is the pen name of a Ph.D. clinical psychologist who interned in the psychiatry department of Harvard Medical School. She has been an instructor in psychology at both Harvard and Cornell Medical Schools. In her private practice in New York she has counseled some of the over six million infertile couples in the United States. This book is based on her personal experience.
This book has been prepared based on the research on mechanical control of stored product insects especially by using ‘Egg removal device’. Physical removal of eggs and adults from grain in storage is one of the best alternative methods for the reduction of damage by insects and insect’s progeny. This book comprises information on the research carried out on the efficiency of TNAU patented (Patent number: 198434) “Egg removal device for pulse beetle”. This book will cater the students doing research in storage entomology.
This mini metal animal design frying pan is perfect for frying eggs and making pancakes & toasted sandwiches etc. This bear shape frying pan is great for children toasted sandwiches or pancakes. Serves up breakfast with a side of smiles for your family with a non-stick surface and heat-resistant handle. You could be the proud owner of this quirky cooking implement - the bear frying pan.
Oviparity is an important type of reproduction in insects. Majority of the insect species start life outside their mother’s body in the egg stage. Insect eggs comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. Various types of eggs is dealt in an elaborate fashion for a clear understanding of the ovipositional behaviour in insects. This book highlights the concepts of egg cannibalism, egg diapause and egg guarding behaviour in insects. Light is also shed about the pheromones which may function either as ovipositional stimulant or deterrent. A thorough knowledge about the various concepts in oviposition would help in a larger way to develop management strategies involving the use of biological control agents, i.e. predators and parasitoids, focussed on the egg stage which is highly vulnerable, and moreover, the target cannot try to escape behaviourally.
Brand N/A Model N/A Quantity 1 piece(s) per pack Color Black + white + golden + beige Material Plastic Specification Magician in front of the audience show an empty mesh bag and instantly conjure up an egg then the egg can change quickly disappear or put into a cell phone can disappear likewise appear Packing List 1 x Bag 1 x Props egg
A beautifully simple introduction to eggs of all kinds; from tiny hummingbird eggs to giant ostrich eggs, from fossilised dinosaur eggs to gooey fish eggs, it's an entirely fresh look at the familiar.Attractive and informative, this will find a home in classrooms and Easter baskets alike. Now in paperback!