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The Hatching

The Hatching
Author : Annie Graves
Publisher : Darby Creek
Release Date : 2015-01-01
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :64
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The Nightmare Club is not for just ANYBODY. Only the spookiest, scariest stories get told at Annie's Halloween sleepovers—and if you can't take it, well, tough! What's the least spooky thing you can imagine? An egg, right? It's perfectly smooth all over. It's totally natural. It can't talk. It can't put a curse on you. It doesn't have a soul, so it can't haunt you. Ha! That's what Seamus thinks until his friend gives him an egg she found by the side of the road. When the egg starts to hatch, out comes...

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Author : Annie Graves
Publisher : Darby Creek
Release Date : 2015-02-01
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :64
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Seamus's friend gives him an egg she found by the side of the road. No big deal. Until the egg starts turning into something else....

Cheap Fixtures for the Hatching of Salmon

Cheap Fixtures for the Hatching of Salmon
Author : United States Fish Commission
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1879
Category :
Total pages :25
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The Hatching Horror

The Hatching Horror
Author : Steve Cole
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2011-09-13
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :144
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Battle Stations! Captain Teggs and his faithful crew are off on another amazing adventure in their spaceship, the DSS Sauropod. This time Teggs is taking some desperate dinosaurs and their precious eggs to begin a new life on a remote planet. But some nasty egg-eating oviraptors are chasing after them, and the planet itself has a sinister surprise hiding deep inside!

After the Hatching Oven

After the Hatching Oven
Author : David Alexander
Publisher : Harbour Publishing
Release Date : 2018-04-28
Category : Poetry
Total pages :129
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After the Hatching Oven explores chickens: their evolution as a domesticated species; their place in history, pop culture and industrial agriculture; their exploitation and their liberation. Alexander takes us deep into the world of this common species, examining every conceivable angle: chicken politics, antics, pretenses and pleasures. These poems delight in the mastery of language and intensity by which Alexander has thought his way into the very cells of his subjects through riffs on Ted Hughes’ Crow, a Burger King ad campaign and a public health advisory for bird flu, as well as self-translations.

The Hatching of the Heart

The Hatching of the Heart
Author : Margo Swiss
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date : 2015-01-26
Category : Poetry
Total pages :86
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Poems of nature and childhood initiate this poetic journey of the heart. The loss of family and friends prompts the search for divine relation. Pastoral lyrics, elegies, and colloquies culminate in the "necessary" breaking of the heart as it mystically "hatches" and the Incarnate life shines through.

Effect of Low Temperature on the Hatching of Gipsy-moth Eggs

Effect of Low Temperature on the Hatching of Gipsy-moth Eggs
Author : John Nicholas Summers
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1922
Category : Agriculture
Total pages :14
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Skitter

Skitter
Author : Ezekiel Boone
Publisher : Random House Canada
Release Date : 2017-05-30
Category : Fiction
Total pages :320
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Ezekiel Boone continues his shivery and wildly entertaining homage to classic horror novels with Skitter, the second book in his The Hatching series. There's a reason we're afraid of spiders... Ezekiel Boone's astonishingly inventive debut, The Hatching, was a terrifying account of an apocalyptic week in which an ancient breed of carnivorous spiders woke from their 10,000-year slumber and caused carnage around the world. Then suddenly they started to die in waves, leaving shattered human survivors to take a deep, relieved breath, and begin to clean up the mess and rebuild their lives. But spider expert Melanie Guyer, and the crisis team the US president and her chief of staff has assembled around her, are pretty sure that this isn't the last they've seen of these eight-legged predators. Something else is coming, something connected to the eerie stashes of glowing white eggs the spiders left in places like LA's Staples Center--something very very bad. Something that will test the capacity of the entire human race to survive.

Zero Day

Zero Day
Author : Ezekiel Boone
Publisher : Random House Canada
Release Date : 2018-03-13
Category : Fiction
Total pages :304
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The wildly entertaining, deeply satisfying finale to Ezekiel Boone's near-apocalyptic monster-horror series. After a long-dormant species of carnivorous spiders hatches and overruns the globe, tens of millions of people have been killed and eaten, or worse...and US president Stephanie Pilgrim has had to order nuclear strikes on major American cities, roads and infrastructure to try to give the survivors a fighting chance. She and her close advisers, along with spider expert Melanie Guyer and her team of scientists, have retreated to a US Navy aircraft carrier off the East Coast to plot their next move when a mutiny breaks out that pits military men looking for a final solution against the president and her allies, who don't think that blowing everything up is the right way to go. Pilgrim and her people escape to the one spider-free zone they're certain of, setting up a White House in Manhattan. But how can they survive with the odds so stacked against them? Still, they have no choice but to try...rallying the unlikeliest set of spider fighters on whom the fate of humanity rests.

Fish Hatching, and Fish Catching

Fish Hatching, and Fish Catching
Author : Robert Barnwell Roosevelt
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1879
Category : Fish culture
Total pages :245
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Developmental Biology of Teleost Fishes

Developmental Biology of Teleost Fishes
Author : Yvette W. Kunz
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2004-11-04
Category : Nature
Total pages :636
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In the compiling of this book, the vast literature dealing with the descriptive morphology, histology and cytology of teleost development has been combed and integrated. The book is divided into 21 chapters, starting with the egg and embryonic development up to hatching. This is followed by a description of ectodermal, mesodermal and entodermal derivatives and the development of various organs. The subject index, species index and the abundant illustrations add extra value to this long awaited book. Developmental Biology of Teleost Fishes will be a valuable tool for scientists and students in the fields of biology, developmental biology, molecular biology and fish biology.

Implantation

Implantation
Author : H.-W. Denker
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2012-12-06
Category : Science
Total pages :123
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The establishment of the morphologically and physiologically intimate contact be tween two genetically different individuals, mother and embryo, which takes place during implantation, has always exerted a fascination on researchers in biology and medicine. Recent years have also seen the beginnings of a more practice-oriented med ical interest in this event, as certain methods of contraception whose use is ever in creasing, namely intra-uterine devices (IUDs) and post-coital oral contraceptives, are based on it. On one hand, we have fairly well substantiated experimental and clinical evidence that the efficacy of these contraceptives lies with other factors as well, for example their influence on sperm migration and capacitation or their influence on the transportation of the unfertilized egg. On the other hand there appears to be more im portance in their influence on the blastocyst and on the early stages of implantation (Carol et aI. , 1973; Duncan and Wheeler, 1975; Hafez and Evans, 1973; Oettel, 1975). These stages in development are characterized by complex interactions between em bryo and mother, which have only lately been more exhaustively investigated and which are still subjects of intense research (Beier, 1973, 1974a; Blandau, 1971a; Finn and Porter, 1975; Hafez and Evans, 1973; Steven, 1975). It is expected that insight in to the mechanism of the action of postcoital contraceptives and a possible basis for the development of new concepts in contraception can be gained here.

Hatching & Brooding Your Own Chicks

Hatching & Brooding Your Own Chicks
Author : Gail Damerow
Publisher : Storey Publishing
Release Date : 2013-04-12
Category : Technology & Engineering
Total pages :240
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Gail Damerow shows you how to incubate, hatch, and brood baby chickens, ducklings, goslings, turkey poults, and guinea keets. With advice on everything from selecting a breed and choosing the best incubator to feeding and caring for newborn chicks in a brooder, this comprehensive guide also covers issues like embryo development, panting chicks, and a variety of common birth defects. Whether you want to hatch three eggs or one hundred, you’ll find all the information you need to make your poultry-raising operation a success.

Ostrich Production Systems

Ostrich Production Systems
Author : M. M. Shanawany,John Holmes Dingle,Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Publisher : Food & Agriculture Org.
Release Date : 1999
Category : Nematoda
Total pages :256
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This publication presents a comprehensive review of all the aspects of ostrich production. Part I examines in depth: origin and evolution of the ostrich; description of various species; production systems; practical aspects of management; ostrich products such as meat, skin and feathers; economics of ostrich production. Part II is a series of cases studies in southern Africa, Australia and the Near East. This manual will provide a standard text on ostrich production for students, researchers and development specialists and will also be invaluable to those already practising ostrich farming as well as those thinking of entering the industry.

The Hatching

The Hatching
Author : Ezekiel Boone
Publisher : Random House Canada
Release Date : 2016-07-05
Category : Fiction
Total pages :304
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An astonishingly inventive and terrifying debut horror novel about the emergence of an ancient race of carnivorous spiders, dormant for ten thousand years but now very much awake. There's a reason we're afraid of spiders... A local guide is leading wealthy tourists through a forest in Peru when a strange, black, skittering mass engulfs him and most of the party. FBI Agent Mike Rich is on a routine stakeout in Minneapolis when he's suddenly called by the director himself to investigate a mysterious plane crash. A scientist studying earthquakes in India registers an unprecedented pattern in local seismic readings. The US president, her defence and national security advisers and her chief of staff are dumped into crisis mode when China "accidentally" drops a nuclear bomb on a desolate region of its own country. As such unsettling occurrences mount, the president's old friend (and her chief of staff's ex-wife), spider expert Melanie Guyer, receives a box at her lab at American University that contains an ancient egg unearthed at a South American dig. So begins The Hatching, the hair-raising saga of a single week in which an ancient, frighteningly predatory species of spider re-emerges in force. When the unusual egg in Melanie Guyer's lab begins to vibrate and crack, she finds herself at the epicentre of this apocalyptic natural disaster. Working closely with her ex-husband and his very powerful boss, she has to find some way to stem the brutal tide of man-eating arachnids.