Match the description in Column B to the Loss condition in Column A.
____ a. Stuck yolk.
(1) The yolk material mixes with the white.
Sometimes called "addled egg."
____ b. White rot.
(2) Yolk pigment enters the white, turning
the color of urine.
____ d. Mixed rot.
(3) Threadlike shadows in the thin white.
When broken out, gives off a fruity odor.
____ e. Sour rot..
(4) The yolk membrane adheres to the shell
____ f.. Green whites.
membrane. Occurs in eggs left in a fixed
position for a long time.
____ g. Black rot.
Appears clear and free from foreign
____ h. Musty eggs.
material. Can be detected only by the
Generally opaque before a candling
light. When broken out, gives off a
putrid odor and has a muddy brown
Difficult for an inexperienced grader to
detect. When broken out, will fluoresce
under ultraviolet light.
(8) A weak, white and murky shadow
against an off-center swollen yolk.
When broken out, there is an