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Ergosterol is the biological precursor to Vitamin D2. It is turned into viosterol by ultraviolet light, and is then converted into ergocalciferol, which is a form of Vitamin D.


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Canary Breeding (1306 words)
For two weeks before, feed commercial conditioning food, or crisp bread crumbs and mashed hard-bailed egg; usual seed mixture with addition of fat elements (flax, thistle) ; drop of viosterol in food on alternate days; calcium (in oyster shell) which is vital for egg-shell formation.
MATING: Birds usually indicate when they are ready: they call to each other, flap their wings vigorously and crouch down on the perch; the hen may make some effort to fix a nest.
Restore the egg food, give the hen plenty of soaked seed (it should be fresh daily), regular dry seed, and a drop of viosterol.
viosterol - definition of viosterol by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia. (97 words)
viosterol - definition of viosterol by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
viosterol - a fat-soluble vitamin that prevents rickets
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