Within a few years, the use of Coturniz coturnix japonica, popularly known as Japanese quail, as a laboratory research animal has increased tremendously in the United States and also abroad. Currently, a variety of laboratories conducting investigations on different aspects of biological and related areas are using this bird as an experimental animal. We have learned from its use in both individual and class experiments that it is also a very useful animal for classroom experimentation.
Iowa Science Teachers' Journal
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Arora, Kashmiri L.
"Raising Japanese Quail in the Laboratory,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 5
, Article 12.
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