Peter was asked by his science teacher to incubate a few chicks for a science project. After searching through some websites, he found the following information:
Maintain the temperature in the 37.2-38.2 C temperature range (37.7-38.3 C, if possible). Overheating the embryo is much more damaging than is under heating it; overheating speeds up embryo development, lowers the percentage of hatchability, and causes abnormal embryos. Long periods of low temperatures will reduce the rate of embryo development. Excessively low temperatures will kill the embryos. Avoid temperatures outside the 36.1-39.4 C. range. If the temperature remains beyond either extreme for several days, hatchability may be severely reduced.
Can you help Peter?
You should have the following folder PID Temperature Control. Folder available for customers only.
Warning: The information described is for instructional use only.