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References Aydin R. (2006). Effect of storage temperature on the quality of eggs from conjugated linoleic acid-fed laying hens. S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 36: 13–19. Ðjukić-Stojči ć M., PerićL., Bjedov S., MiloševićN. (2009). The quality of table eggs produced in different housing systems. Biotech. Anim. Husbandry, 25: 1103–1108. Ðjukić - Stojčić M., Perić L., Milošević N., Rodić V., Glamočić D., Škrbić Z., Lukić M. (2012). Effect of genotype and housing system on egg production, egg quality and welfare of laying hens. J. Food Agric. Environ., 10: 556–559. Ferrante V

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References Abrahamsson P., Tauson R. (1995). Aviary systems and conventional cages for laying hens: effects on production, egg quality, health and bird location in three hybrids. Acta Agr. Scand., 45, 3: 191-203. Anton M., Nau F., Nys Y. (2006). Bioactive egg components and their potential uses. World's Poultry Sci. J., 62: 429-438. Biesiada-Drzazga B., Janocha A. (2009). Impact of hen breed and rearing system on the quality of eggs for consumption (in Polish). Food. Science. Technology. Quality, 3, 64: 67-74. Calik J., Połtowicz K., Wężyk S. (2003). Effect of

References 1. Roberts, J.R. (2004). Factors affecting internal quality and egg shell quality in laying hens. Journal of Poultry Science, 41 (3), 161-177. 2. Silversides, F. G. & Scott. T. A. (2001). Effect of storage and layer age on quality of eggs from two lines of hens. Poultry Science, 80, 1240-1245. 3. Johnson, A. S. & Merritt, E. S. (1955). Heritability of albumen height and specific gravity of eggs from White Leghorns and Barred Rocks and the correlations of these traits with egg production. Poultry Science, 34, 578-587. https://doi.org/10.3382/ps.0340578

extraction, are also subject to moths attack ( Rajendran & Hajira Parveen, 2005 ; Zhu et al., 2016 ; Kwadha et al., 2017 ) and be completely destroyed within a short period of time if not properly protected. G. mellonella adult females fly at night and deposit their eggs on unprotected honeybee combs and in the cracks of honeybee hives. A few days later, eggs hatch and the first instar larvae crawl into the combs and begin their feeding activity. As they feed on wax combs, larvae spin silk around their feeding premises to protect themselves from attacks causing guard

References Abrahamsson P, Tauson R (1993): Effect of perches at different positions in conventional cages for laying hens of two different strains. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section A - Animal Science, 43, 228-235. doi:10.1080/09064709309410171. Bain MN, McDade K, Burchmore R, Law A, Wilson PW, Schmutz M, Preisinger R, Dunn IC (2013): Enhancing the egg's natural defence against bacterial penetration by increasing cuticle deposition. Animal Genetics, 44, 661-668. Baker JR, Balch DA (1962): A study of organic material of hens egg shell. Biochemical Journal

References Ajmal M.R., Chaturvedi S.K., Zaidi N., Alam P., Zaman M., Siddiqi M.K., Nus- rat S., Jamal M.S., Mahmoud M.H., Badr G., Khan R.H. (2016). Biophysical insights into the interaction of hen egg white lysozyme with therapeutic dye clofazimine: modulation of activity and SDSinduced aggregation of model protein. J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn., 35: 2197-2210. Batkowska J., Brodacki A. (2017). Selected quality traits of eggs and the productivity of newlycreated laying hens dedicated to extensive system of rearing. Archiv. Anim. Breed., 60: 87-93. Borowiec F

The following is adapted from a commentary in the International Atherosclerosis Society online educational material, at http://www.athero.org/ commentaries/comm1145.asp , and from a submission to the US Department of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in March, 2015. In 2015, an advisory panel recommended to the United States Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion that limits on dietary cholesterol be dropped. It is very likely that the recommendation of the advisory panel was heavily influenced by propaganda from the egg industry. As documented

References Abudabos A. (2010). The effect of broiler breeder strain and parent flock age on hatchability and fertile hatchability. Int. J. Poult. Sci., 9: 231-235. Alsobayel A.A., Almarshade M.A., Albadry M.A. (2013). Effect of breed, age and storage period on egg weight, egg weight loss and chick weight of commercial broiler breeders raised in Saudi Arabia. J. King Saudi Univ. Agric. Sci., 12: 53-57. Applegate T.J., Lilburn M.S. (1996). Independent effects of hen age and egg size on incubation and poult characteristics in commercial turkeys. Poultry Sci., 75

REFERENCES BARBOSA VC, GASPAR A, CALIXTO LFL, AGOSTINHO TSP 2011: Stability of the pigmentation of egg yolks enriched with omega-3 and carophyll stored at room temperature and under refrigeration. R. Bras. Zootec. 40 (7) 1540-1544, 2011. CHUNG SH. LEE KW: Effect of Hen Age. Storage Duration and Temperature on Egg Quality in Laying Hens. International Journal of Poultry Science, 13 (11) 634-636, 2014. FIGUEIREDO T C. VIEGAS R P. LARA L J. BAIÃO N C. SOUZA M R. HENEINE LGD. CANÇADO S V: Poultry Science. 92 (5) 1376–1384, 2013. FRANCHINI A, SIRRI F, TALLARICO N