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cud

(kŭd)
n.
Food regurgitated from the first stomach to the mouth of a ruminant and chewed again.

carnitine deficiency, systemic primary

An autosomal recessive disorder (OMIM:212140) of fatty acid oxidation caused by defective carnitine transport. Patients present in infancy with hypoketotic hypoglycaemia and acute metabolic decompensation, or later in life with skeletal myopathy or cardiomyopathy. 

Molecular pathology
Caused by defects in SLC22A5, which encodes a protein that is both an organic cation transporter and a high-affinity carnitine transporter.

cud

the food from the first stomach of a ruminate which, after being mixed with bacteria in the rumen, is regurgitated into the mouth and rechewed.

cud

the bolus regurgitated by ruminants. It contains fiber, other food particles, rumen liquor and flora.

cud chewing
after regurgitation, chewing on the remains of the regurgitus.
cud dropping
a usually temporary condition in the cow in which each regurgitated bolus is rejected to the exterior. There is no other abnormality.
losing the cud
the cow that has 'lost her cud' is not ruminating. This is a nonspecific sign of illness.
cud transfer
a therapeutic practice of collecting fresh ruminal contents, from the mouth of a ruminating cow or by stomach tube from a rumen or from a freshly killed normal animal, and administering an infusion of it to a cow with ruminal stasis. The objective is to repopulate the recipient rumen with viable, normal ruminal flora.
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00 -- DM, dry matter; CV, coefficient of variation; Cuds/d, number of cuds per day; Time/cud, time spent per ruminated cud, in seconds; Chews/ cud, number of chews per cud.
Authors of this paper are currently teachers of CUD, and also have teaching experience in other university centres.
No tempo de funcionamento inicial todos os valores de CUD das subunidades foram superiores a 90% classificados, portanto, como excelentes, por Merriam & Keller (1978).
CUD is accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and has affiliations with reputed and well-known international universities and institutions from Canada, France, Ireland and USA.
On average cows chew the cud two to three times a day, so if the saying were true it would rain every day.
Wittchen and his colleagues designed a treatment program (10 individual sessions of 90 minutes each) specifically related to CUD.
Estao apresentados nas Figuras 1, 2 e 3, os valores medios do CUC, CUD e Us, respectivamente, nos niveis N1, N2, N3 e N4, ao longo do tempo de funcionamento do sistema de irrigacao.
Meanwhile, the Ministry said that a pardon grant earlier approved to four former CUD leaders and members is revoked after a review was made by the board and recommendation were then presented to the president.
This book contains sidebars on nearly every page that list band names that are still available such as Slophappy Pork Pappies and Puddle of Cud.
The giraffe belongs to the family of grazing animals that have cloven hooves and chew the cud, thereby making them consistent with kosher rules, but the milk test was the final confirmation.
TV DESIGN duo Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan's latest makeover is a cud above the rest - they give a fibreglass cow a new look.