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While both the clones and naturally bred mice were raised under the same sterile conditions, the clones began to die just over 300 days after birth, reported Atsuo Ogura, MD of the National Institute of Infectious Diseases in Tokyo in the February 11 advance online edition of Nature Genetics.
The Welsh Lamb brand/ logo on the pack and in the butcher's shop, is your guarantee of origin, quality and confirmation that it is naturally bred and reared on Wales' unspoilt hills and mountains that grow lush green grass, interspersed with wild herbs and heathers.
Cows can produce one calf per year and are either naturally bred by a bull or artificially inseminated by a technician.
Omega-9 Canola and Sunflower Oils are made from naturally bred NEXERA(TM) canola and sunflower seeds developed by Dow AgroSciences.
The Jockey Club, which officially registers thoroughbreds,only accepts naturally bred horses.
The new oil is made from naturally bred NEXERA[TM] canola seeds developed by Dow AgroSciences.
14 /PRNewswire/ -- Allerca has naturally bred the world's first hypoallergenic cat.
Sheldon Spector, a leading allergist and clinical professor at UCLA, has designed a protocol and conducted an independent exposure trial that attests the hypoallergenic nature of the ALLERCA(R) GD cat, the world's first naturally bred hypoallergenic feline.
If Yang Guang and Tian Tian do breed, their offspring, smaller than a human hand at birth, would be the first naturally bred British panda.
SucroMate Equine regulates ovulation in mares through a single injection of deslorelin, increasing the likelihood of conception during breeding for both naturally bred and artificially inseminated horses.
Whatever your readers' opinions may be about hunting, fox or hare, as a sport, it has never to the best of my knowledge, even been suggested that foxhounds or beagles have been guilty of anything that is not naturally bred in them.
But the FDA asserts that after years of studies, it found nothing to indicate that milk, beef or pork produced by cloned animals is in any way different from the same products produced by naturally bred animals.