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Quail were hatched and then run through tests to determine the role of genetics in their behavior. See also item 223748 in Kansas Memory.

Date: 1981

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The quail genetic research project at Menninger in Topeka, Kansas - Loni Baker, research assistant, fills an incubator tray with quail eggs.  About 1600 chicks are hatched each week.The quail genetic research project at Menninger in Topeka, Kansas - Loni Baker places chicks in the testing apparatus and they begin their descent by choosing between a red and a blue light.The quail genetic research project at Menninger in Topeka, Kansas - Research assistant Gregory Wilson examines computer cards documenting the chicks

The quail genetic research project at Menninger in Topeka, Kansas - Loni Baker, research assistant, fills an incubator tray with quail eggs. About 1600 chicks are hatched each week.

Item Number: 223751
Call Number: Menninger Foundation Photographic Collection, Box 22, #686
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 223751

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