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OK class today the three temporary organs that a chicken embryo before I tell you that I have to tell you what temporary means temporary that it is only around for a suntent amount of time.
The egg tooth helps it brake the shell when it is trying to get out of the shell. The allantois handles the waste. And the amnion is a sac that pretext the egg when it is in the embryo.
Ok class today we are we talking about three important events in a embryo life then are more than three, but we are just talking about three of them the first one is when on day four the embryo gets an eye the embryo also gets its brain and heart.
the next day
On day seven threw nine the embryo forms tiny legs and wings. It gets these so the chicken can walk and it uses its feet to brake out of the shell.
On days thirteenth threw seventeen the scales, claws, and feathers are complete, so that means that in a copula days the embryo will most likely hatch.
the next day
Ok Class today we are taking about the four steps of how to incubate an egg in a incubator. The first step is to make the incubator between 99 degrees Fahrenheit and 101 degrees. The secant step is to always keep the water treys full when incubating if the humidity is too low at any time during incubation or hatch the chicks will have trouble hatching.
The third step is to turn the egg but before you turn the eggs you need to wash your hands before turning the eggs. Also make sure to mark the eggs by numbers, so when you candle the eggs you will know which you have already candled. And the last thin is do not use marker to label your eggs or use strong chemicals, cleaning products, or insecticides near the incubator or classroom.
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