EMBRYOLOGY
DATA SHEET

These pages authored and maintained by Judy Lee.
Revised: June 25, 1998. Copyright 1998 CRPC GirlTECH. All rights reserved.

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Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills states that Science is a way of learning
about the nature of things around us. The Embryology Project is designed to help all
age students study the developing baby duck embryo and how they hatch.
Please join us and email any questions that may arise.


Candle the eggs for the first few days to find the number of fertile eggs.

Make sure to place the eggs back in the incubator with the large end up.
Follow the directs for your incubator and the web site called
Hatching and Raising Ducks.

Once the project is complete, write and present you research
by comparing the liknesses and differences
of the hatching of dinosaurs and ducks.


Date Number of eggs Number of eggs fertile Percent of eggs fertile Number of eggs hatched Percent of eggs hatched

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Date Room
Temperature (F0)
Room
RelativeHumidity
Incubator
Temperature (F0)
Incubator
Relative Humidity