teat


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teat

a. the nipple of a mammary gland
b. (in cows, etc.) any of the projections from the udder through which milk is discharged
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Mastitis also often occurs in recumbent cows because the teats are milked and left to be in contact with the floor.
The higher correlation coefficient was found between teat size and teat circumference (r = -0.92, p < 0.001).
The positively correlation was observed between the milk components and udder width and circumference in Morkaraman sheep breeds; and negative relationship was observed with udder teat length and udder shape from udder teat length and linear scores although it was not significant.
An estimated heritability of 0.34 [+ or -] 0.05 for teat number was reported using a GRM constructed from all SNP markers, whereas using the additive relationship matrix with pedigree information the heritability estimate was found to be 0.43 [+ or -] 0.04 in a purebred Duroc population [22].
The present demand for high milk production exposes the teat of cattle to vigorous manipulation and high risk of injures.
The bottles and teats are priced from PS5 to PS8.50.
Our hypothesis was that the efficacy and safety of TEAT and SEAT do not differ from each other.
Some want to milk as quickly as possible, others are more driven by postmilking teat condition.
In order to determine the teat order, five daily suckling events were observed between the 10th and the 15th day after birth (25 suckling events were observed).