How to use Bovine in a sentence

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  • This Orphic fast from meat was only broken by an annual sacramental banquet, originally, perhaps, of human, but later of raw bovine flesh.

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  • The bovine eyeball dissection affair will surely become a classic.

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  • Methane is released into the atmosphere from bovine flatulence, rice paddies, and bacteria in bogs.

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  • Bovine spongiform encephalopathy was reported in four cattle in Ireland where energetic measures have been taken to control the disease.

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  • Once the idea was in place, the agency thought of creating a bovine mascot; an experience that kids will immediately connect with.

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  • A further bovine blood product, bovine serum albumin (BSA ), is often added to serum for nutritional purposes.

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  • Details are provided on bovine babesiosis and bovine anaplasmosis, including cause, occurrence and spread, clinical signs, treatment and control.

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  • That study claims to have achieved huge reductions in bovine TB by exterminating badgers.

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  • This will include the use of bovine material in nutrient broths, fetal calf serum and the use of bovine serum albumin.

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  • Bovine eyeballs The Committee was asked to look at the question of the use of bovine eyeballs The Committee was asked to look at the question of the use of bovine eyeballs in schools.

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  • But for the FSA, the question is whether or not bovine TB is a food risk.

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  • For example, we might be asked to develop a disease eradication strategy for bovine brucellosis.

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  • At the present time there is a requirement to split bovine carcasses of animals over 6 months of age in export slaughterhouses.

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  • Aqueous carboxymethyl cellulose solutions are used, occasionally with the inclusion of bovine serum.

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  • Both dibotermin alfa and bovine Type I collagen have been found to elicit immune responses in patients.

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  • Bovine colostrum Usually from cows, a dairy product that has similar properties to human colostrum.

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  • I now understand your Department may have made a decision to reject SEAC advice and allow bovine eyeball dissection to continue.

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  • It was also not possible to identify the scale of bovine eyeball dissection in schools from Ofsted reports or any other source.

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  • In this experiment, bovine TSP has been purified in an attempt to isolate the erythrocytic binding sites of B.bovis -infected erythrocytes to TSP.

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  • The Eurovision entries - 25 great songs, and the British entry that was bovine excrement.

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  • Others contain bovine or porcine gelatin, which is likely to be unacceptable to strict vegetarians.

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  • Genetic engineered bovine growth hormone, for example, is sold to farmers to be injected into cows to increase milk yield.

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  • Despite the SBO ban, some potentially infective bovine tissues continued to enter the human food chain.

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  • He considered that there were ' presentational problems ' with introducing a ban on the use of bovine intestines in haggis on Burns Night.

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  • Almost 90% of American cows contain a cancer-causing microbe called bovine leukemia virus.

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  • Why did the Working Party advise that manufacturers should exclude certain bovine offals from baby food?

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  • Our proposed ban on bovine offal for human consumption would not affect these uses, I assume.

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  • Aprotinin is a protease inhibitor normally prepared from bovine pancreas and lung.

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  • Use of bovine pericardium allows production of valves and pericardial patches on a large scale with availability in all the necessary sizes.

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  • About Hyaluronic Acid History In 1934 Palmer and Meyer isolated a novel polysaccharide from vitreous of bovine eyes.

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  • The Committee also noted that all UK gelatin manufactured for these purposes from bovine raw material utilized only imported ingredients.

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  • Further, lets assume you don't know the pcode of bovine rhodopsin in the database.

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  • He knew that the CVO was opposed to describing the disease as ' bovine scrapie ' .

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  • Sweden had introduced an embargo on importation of bovine semen from the UK.

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  • The occurrence and distribution in the United Kingdom of antibodies to parainfluenza 3 and infectious bovine rhinotracheitis viruses in bovine sera.

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  • The majority of the cell lines to be tested are normally grown in media containing fetal bovine serum.

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  • They directed that bovine head meat had to be recovered from the intact skull before the brain was removed.

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  • Safety of milk from cows treated with bovine somatotropin.

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  • Firstly, by reports that bovine spinal cord was being incompletely removed from some carcasses.

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  • In July 1988 Spillers stopped using bovine spleen in its products and replaced it with liver.

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  • The program rapidly reduced the incidence of bovine tb in the UK but final eradication has proved elusive.

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  • The Report suggests, however, that manufacturers of baby foods should avoid the use of bovine thymus and offal.

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  • There is an urgent need to determine BSE infectivity titres in a large variety of bovine tissues.

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  • Aimed at the public, this brochure describes bovine trichomoniasis, a venereal disease of cattle caused by the parasite Tritrichomonas fetus.

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  • Other groups offering veterinary services, such as bovine foot trimmers and equine physiotherapists, could also potentially be regulated under a single structure.

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  • Prevalence of bovine trypanosomiasis of up to 40% has been reported.

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  • The risk of bovine tuberculosis is higher in England than in Scotland.

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  • The bovine udder has a capacity to clear itself of infection without therapy.

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  • Further, lets assume you do n't know the pcode of bovine rhodopsin in the database.

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  • He knew that the CVO was opposed to describing the disease as ' bovine scrapie '.

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  • Many of these used heavily processed bovine by-products such as collagen, elastin, gelatine and tallow derivatives.

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  • The relative incidence and effect of bovine infectious keratoconjunctivitis in Bos indicus and Bos taurus cattle.

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  • The program rapidly reduced the incidence of bovine Tb in the UK but final eradication has proved elusive.

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  • Since the occurrence of BSE and vCJD, bovine thymus tissue should not be used in schools.

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  • However, it remains the case that the role - if any - that badgers play in the transmission of bovine TB remains unproven.

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  • Impact The project made good progress in helping to identify the fly species that are probable bovine trypanosomiasis vectors in the area.

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  • Badger extermination is not a viable way to control bovine tuberculosis in cattle, researchers in Ireland have decided.

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  • Timberwolf has taken extreme measures to ensure your pet is not in danger of contracting Mad Cow Disease by eliminating the risk of BSE (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy), better known as Mad Cow Disease, contamination.

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  • In another mini-game, you spin Bessie, a cow, above your head by literally twirling the Wii Remote, launching the bovine wonder as far as you can by letting go (pressing A or B on the Wii-mote).

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  • Although originally only bovine collagen was available for treatment purposes, bioengineered human forms are now available as well.

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  • In addition, their yogurts are rBST/rBGH Free, that is from cattle which do not receive bovine growth hormones.

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