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Related to bovine: bovine growth hormone, bovine cough, Bovine serum albumin

bovine

1. of, relating to, or belonging to the Bovini (cattle), a bovid tribe including domestic cattle
2. any animal belonging to the Bovini

bovine

Any of the Bovinae mammal species, such as the ox and cow.
See also: Ornament

bovine

[′bō‚vīn]
(vertebrate zoology)
Any member of the genus Bos.
Resembling or pertaining to a cow or ox.
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Improved embryo development with decreased apoptosis in blastomeres after the treatment of cloned bovine embryos with [beta]-mercaptoethanol and Hemoglobin.
The incidence of humans contracting bovine TB is incredibly small," he said, adding that in the case of the veterinary nurse "we must assume she must have contracted it taking care of an infected animal".
Defra, the Animal and Plant Health Agency, the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board, the National Farmers Union, the British Cattle Veterinary Association and Landex have come together to promote action and help famers and vets protect herds from bovine TB.
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U ne delegation marocaine de l'Association nationale des producteurs de la viande rouge (ANPVR) a entame, lundi, une visite a Bamako pour une cinquieme mission de suivi et d'evaluation de la mise en oeuvre du programme d'assistance apportee par le Maroc au Mali pour la reussite de la premiere campagne d'insemination artificielle bovine dans ce pays.
Thus, bovine TB eradication plans across the Americas are based on the elimination of any cattle with a positive tuberculin skin test (TST) result (5).
UP to 4,000 badgers have been vaccinated against bovine TB in the three years since the Welsh Government's five-year project began to combat the devastating disease in cattle, according to the latest figures.
Supporters of the cull say drastic action is needed because infection rates of bovine TB have risen steadily since the 1980s, costing farmers and the economy more than PS500million.
THE practice of bringing deer to different areas to be hunted may be helping spread Bovine TB, it was claimed yesterday.
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CA joined the American Council on Science and Health, the Center for Global Food Issues, Citizens for the Integrity of Science, the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the National Center for Public Policy Research in sending the letter expressing concern that Starbucks' recent decision to stop serving milk from cows treated with bovine growth hormone would harm both consumers and the environment.
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