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BWG

(design engineering)
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The results from the present study showed that dietary supplementation of 1,3-DAG as a emulsifier could improve growth performances (BWG and FCR) of broilers.
For BWG, WC, WP and WM, contemporary groups were formed by farm, year and season of birth, sex, weaning management group and weaning date (only for visual scores).
The BWG is a joint body constituted by the governments of Nepal and India in 2014 to carryout works in the fields of construction, restoration and repair of boundary pillars including clearance of No-man's land and other technical tasks.
Rs13997809 of the UCP3 gene was significantly associated with BWG and FCR (p<0.05), and that rs13997811 was strongly associated with BW at 70 days of age (BW70) and BWG (p< 0.05).
There was an improved supply of amino acids containing higher methionine + cysteine: lysine ratios, resulting in great synthesis of body protein and, consequently, increased BWG and a decrease in the feed conversion value.
Body weight gain (BWG), egg mass (EM), uniformity (UF) and livability (LB) were calculated on fortnightly basis.
Ms Davies continued: "The BWG view is that the proposed increase in council tax at 4.8% is a reasonable compromise between the pressure on services, the impact on vulnerable people of further cuts and the financial pressures facing council taxpayers.
CUI Global, a technology firm focused on development of innovative electro-mechanical products, has inked a deal with Dubai-based Belleau Wood Group (BWG) for distribution of its natural gas metering device in GCC region.
WITH experience gained over many decades, the Ba...hler Welding Group (BWG), from their specialised brands, supplies welding consumables to demanding industries.
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As entries open for the Big Wildlife Garden (BWG) competition, wildlife experts want individuals, schools, communities and businesses to transform their green spaces - be they a window box, a school field or a city retail park.