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Tradycyjne i alternatywne metody dezynfekcji jaj wylęgowych
Kamil Drabik, Justyna Batkowska

W pierwszej części niniejszego opracowania omówiono tradycyjne oraz fizyczne metody dezynfekcji jaj wylęgowych. W tej części skupiono się na możliwościach dekontaminacji jaj przeznaczonych do wylęgu substancjami chemicznymi różnego pochodzenia. Z metod chemicznych dezynfekcji najbardziej popularne jest wykorzystanie chloru, jednak problem stanowią toksyczne produkty uboczne, powstające na skutek reakcji chloru m.in. z materią organiczną, np. aldehydy, chlorany, chlorofenole, chloroform czy haloformy. Coraz bardziej popularne w kontekście właściwości przeciwdrobnoustrojowych stają się aktywne związki chloru, takie jak dwutlenek tego pierwiastka (ClO2).
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