Translation of bovine in Spanish:

bovine

bovino, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈboʊvaɪn//ˈboʊvin//ˈbəʊvʌɪn/

adjective

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    bovino
    • In the laboratory, ‘the nematodes can live in bovine manure for 4 to 6 weeks without hosts,’ says Taylor.
    • As a result, those genetic segments record the genetic twists and turns of different cattle lineages and, in the language of DNA, serve as scribes of bovine history.
    • Remember Dolly and all those other ovine and bovine clones?
    • Forensic tests showed that the blood was bovine or avian, and the ‘tumors’ were pig entrails or chicken livers.
    • The pests were introduced to New Zealand in the 19th century and today spread bovine tuberculosis to livestock and wreak havoc on forests, competing with native birds for food.
    • Some of these supplements, called glandulars, contain bovine brain, pituitary, pineal gland, and spinal cord, all organs where infectious prions may concentrate.
    • Fewer and fewer cows are infected today, but now there is an outbreak of human Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, resulting from the consumption of beef products contaminated by infected bovine central nervous system tissue.
    • Because of their bovine family ties, cattle and buffalo turn out to be vulnerable to many of the same pathogens, such as foot-and-mouth disease and bovine tuberculosis.
    • But he does serve up plenty of anecdotes about ranching life in the western United States, as well as welcome digressions on the economics of modern-day beef raising and the basics of bovine psychology.
    • The U.S. Department of Agriculture is actively considering a buyout of all 11 El Paso area dairy herds as well as a shutdown of the local dairy industry in response to chronic outbreaks of bovine tuberculosis in the region.
    • Remarkably, sperm mitochondria persist in mammalian interspecies crosses as demonstrated for murine and bovine hybrids.
    • Although generating swine clones appears to pose more technical difficulties than bovine clones, once piglets are born, they appear to be healthy.
    • It's a permanent soft-tissue filler that is composed of part bovine collagen and part polymer beads, which help stimulate the body to produce its own collagen.
    • Some parts seem to be like bird or avian viruses, while other bits are similar to bovine or murine viruses.
    • One possible threat is bovine tuberculosis, a disease probably introduced to South Africa through domestic cattle brought in by European settlers at the end of the 18th century.
    • Commercial cloning of cattle has been available for about a year now, and that was within a couple of years of the first bovine clone being born.
    • Regular readers will know that we have been taking a close interest in homosexuality among farmyard animals - specifically ovine and bovine lesbianism.
    • The bovine stomach bacteria add to a growing list of cheap, plentiful, and non-polluting substances that run devices known as microbial fuel cells (MFCs).
    • Its forty-six helical-structured chromosomes are human, not bovine, avian, or reptilian.
    • The bovine luteal tissues were obtained from Heng-Chun Station, Taiwan Livestock Research Institute.