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At the end of the incubation period, eggs that did not hatch were broken for the determination of early and late embryonic death rates.
Crucial to this approach is (a) enunciating a concept of organismic death of an early embryo and (b) devising criteria that permit a determination that embryonic death has occurred.
It's rare to have a teratogen that only makes one malformation without any reproductive effects like growth retardation, embryonic death, etc.
CANNIBALISM OR EMBRYONIC DEATH MAY WELL BE TWO of the most unlikely items to appear on a company's profit and loss statement, but they are nevertheless legitimate costs of doing business for Diana Dickson and Myrna Thompson respectively.