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ovine

of, relating to, or resembling a sheep
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The provisional MRLs now showing in Table 1, EU Regulation No 37/2010 for eprinomectin, set for Ovine and Caprine species, applicable to muscle, fat, liver, kidney and milk, will expire on 30 June 2016.
Charleston and Stewart (1993) first showed that MX was strongly up-regulated in ovine endometrium during early pregnancy.
After 10 years of research, scientists were finally able to design a genome-wide study, thanks to the development of the Ovine SNP50 Bead Chip by the International Sheep Genome Consortium.
In the present study, the ability of ovine oocytes to develop to the blastocyst stage was improved after maturation in the presence of serum compared with PVA (data not shown), confirming the results obtained by Pinyopummintr and Bavister (28), who demonstrated that embryo development to the blastocyst stage was reduced by replacing BSA or serum with PVA.
1997) demonstrated that cysteamine promoting bovine and ovine embryo development which it is mediated by GSH.
Epinephrine, norepinephrine and dopamine infusions decrease propofol concentrations during continuous propofol infusion in an ovine model.
A sharp reduction in Chinese import duties since its World Trade Organisation accession, notably a cut to the 45% duty on ovine double face leather;
It is perhaps just as well that the destination is one where the ovine fare is so bountiful because, between now and June 25, when the best of the top half of the world takes on the best of the bottom, Woodward must assume Wilkinson will play some part in the series.
This kit uses a polyclonal ovine anti-DA antibody (Garthwaite et al.
Vitrase, on the other hand, is a formulation of hyaluronidase extracted from ovine (ram) testicles.
The air was filled with baas of different musical pitches as the lambs, and the mutton dressed as lambs, were joined by our little son who enthusiastically added to the ovine chorus.
Goat producers in New South Wales are demanding a new approach to the management of Johne's Disease, saying they're being unfairly caught up in sheep and cattle restrictions for Ovine and Bovine Johne's Disease.