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Reptile Incubation Products

These products that are mentioned were developed for the use and aid in the incubation process of reptile eggs.  These products may be used in other fields to yield the same results.  All products were tested for periods of time to ensure that the results received weren't just anomalies.  The results from the testing and study founded the information and statements that are made here.  We have proven these products to enhance the incubation stage.  This was through successful testing and development of these products which we now refer to as a system…
 We have verified these scientific findings with other experts in their fields for reference and understanding of the results we received when using this system.  These findings can be observed by simply using the products and studying the information listed.  We have proven when captive breeding reptiles that you can enhance the growth of the eggs by using these products and techniques.  The egg or embryo is directly affected by its incubation environment.  When the egg is transferred in to its next environment for incubation you cross contaminate.  This can have different effects on the embryos during incubation.  The question is how can you transfer less contamination into the incubation stage?  The second question is, can there also be a way to enhance the incubation stage and allow further developed of the embryos?  We found the answer to be yes you can.
 By using these products along with this information you will see the difference.  We designed each of our products to have purpose during the incubation stage.  The testing of these products provided  the results that were expected from their design and use of the system.  The statements that are mentioned here are from the research, observations and discovery of these results.  The experiment and testing was on the eggs before and during the incubation stage.  There were many different forms of incubation that needed to be tested.  We found a way to enhance all forms of incubation with these products.  It is a system, not just a step that improves the incubation period.  
We are aiding the eggs to help them get larger during incubation safely .  With this study and testing we were able to find the differences between standard incubation method and using our products.  While our products yielded better results, we will also show how other methods and forums of medium can also be enhanced during the incubation stage with this system. The knowledge from the testing is what allowed us to design these products around our findings.  These products and system of incubating eggs will improve the egg quality and in return you will see larger embryos and increase hatch ratios.  The results of using the system will yield more hydrated embryos that have digested more of the yolk sac during incubation period.  
This will result in an earlier consumption of prey leading to a larger growth of the embryo. This incubation system also allows the egg to not have to put up such a stronger outer layer to defend it self from the medium.  With the outside layer being thinner it will allow the egg to absorb nutrient more easily from the medium and environment.  The reason for the study was not see why eggs got bigger with one method or the other,  but to answer the more important question…. What caused it?  Also… Why were some eggs not making the incubation stage if they go full term?  We began the research with a few simply basic things that we knew would effect this stage.  One was supplementation of the specimen, this will effect the embryo and whether the specimen has the right nutrition to lay a fertile egg.  Second was to make sure the specimen was in line for fertility of the eggs.  The incubation stage starts when the specimen first becomes fertile with the embryo.  This is where the egg develops in its 1st stage not when it is laid.  During this time the care and husbandry and conditions of the environment can have an effect on the embryo.  Once the supplementation and fertility was in line we asked what else could effect the hatch ratio?
 We started from being at its 1st stage of exposure to the environment. We had to choose a medium that would allow the specimen to lay their eggs in.  With this nest step we started testing the mediums over and over again.  We found that the results weren't the same. They were  inconclusive with sporadic variables that showed negative effects on the eggs.  With these results we were unable to identify what we hope to seek with this experiment.  Then we found the answer.  What we needed to find was a medium that was neutral.   One we could rely on it for consistency.  When we tested the different samples the results were different because every sample was different. How can you get consistent results when you don't have a consistent medium to start with?  Without consistent medium we couldn't get consistent results.  You can't pin down what the problem is until you have a neutral base to start from.  By having a neutral starting point we can tend to these variables and work on them one at a time.       
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