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In order to compliment and supplement the efforts made by the State to enhance milk production and productivity of Desi cows, Government of India has initiated Rashtriya Gokul Mission as a part of National Programme for Bovine Breeding and Dairy Development.
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.
The bovine genome project was started at the Baylor College of Medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center and the British Columbia Genome Sequencing and Mapping Platform at the British Columbia Cancer Agency (BCCA) in December 2003 (http://www.
also described the Bovine SNP Retriever, a web facility for ready retrieval of bovine single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP)-related information that allows searches centered on user-defined sequences (Panzitta et al.
The strategy involves increasing the genetic potential of bovines, producing the required number of quality bulls, producing superior quality frozen semen and adopting adequate bio security measures.
Referring to the nutrition requirement of bovine population, the Minister added: "The bovine productivity cannot be enhanced only by increasing the genetic potential of bovines.
If so, the two bovine isolates that closely resemble III-3 and III-2 strains by MLST, but which resemble each other more closely by RAPD analysis, may represent intermediate genotypes between GBS lineages that have a more clear-cut tropism for either humans or bovines.
Streptococcus agalactiae (group B streptococcus [GBS]) causes invasive human infections and bovine mastitis.
The bovines will be auctioned for charity after they've been turned out to pasture over Labor Day Weekend.
The Commission banned exports of bovines and bovine products from Portugal on November 18, 1998, because of bovine spongiform encephalopathy - mad cow disease.
In a new analysis of "species energy curves," he notes that bovines consume more than 2 percent of all the photosynthetically derived energy in Earth's land-based environment and some 3.
In several studies, it was reported that oocyte cytoplasm from bovines, rabbits, and sheep can support early development of embryos produced by nuclear transfer of somatic cell nuclei from various mammalian species (Chen et al.