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- Turkey poult, hatched from an unfertilized egg at the Agricultural Research Center at Beltsville, Md.
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- United States. Department of Agriculture more info on United States. Department of Agriculture
- Transcribed from back: United States Department of Agriculture Office of Information. Dr. Marlow V. Olsen, poultry scientist of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, feeds a turkey poult, hatched from an unfertilized egg at the Agricultural Research Center at Beltsville, Md. The poult is the first of know parthenogenetic origin to hatch and live more than a few hours. Dr. Olsen is one of 9 American scientists who recently received the Borden award of $1,000 and a gold medal. His award cites his achievements in investigation of parthenogenesis and other aspects of poultry fertility. N-17362. Please credit USDA photo.
Agricultural Research Center (Beltsville, Md.)
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