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zebu

a group of breeds of humped cattle, including Indian, East and West African, and most breeds of South-East Asian cattle. Origin of the Chinese Yellow, Sanga and Brahman. Includes Africander, Sahiwal, Sindhi and many others.
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Indigenous African cattle can be broadly classified into four categories: humpless Bos taurus, humped Bos indicus, sanga (African humpless Bos taurus x humped Bos indicus hybrid), and zenga, defined as sanga x zebu backcross.
The acrocentric nature of the Y-chromosome establishes that the Vechur cattle belong to the species of the Zebu cattle (bus indicus) as different from the European cattle (bus taurus) which has metacentric y-chromosome.
Another lady pirate, Ann Bonny, is played by the indefatigable Susan Handley-Place, chairman of Merseyside Heritage Trust, which owns Zebu.
The other chain told the programme that if offered its customers value for money, claiming Zebu beef was "taxonomically" identical to beef from cattle breeds farmed in the UK.
sc] deposits in different brain structures of the zebu to those in the brain of a Swiss BSE-affected cow.
An A to Z of zebu history--distribution and chronology
The Zebu will now be moved to Canning Half Tide Dock as investigations into her sinking continue.
Among phenotypically categorized indigenous Bangladeshi zebu cattle breeds, we collected nasal samples from unrelated RC (n = 28) and ND (n = 28) animals.
With its comprehensive debug capabilities, automated software and tight integration with leading verification and system level tool flows, ZeBu Server-3 delivers a highly productive environment for complex SoC verification.
African and Brazilian cattle breeds are often the result of long interbreeding between the zebu and taurine cattle.
ALTHOUGH Liverpool brigantine Zebu, pictured right, was only built in 1938 in Sweden, her hull derives from the 1680 refinement of a design dating back to Viking times.
Zebu Forno, a European-style bakery and cafe offering fare for the morning, afternoon and evening day-parts, has signed a franchise agreement with northern New Jersey foodservice industry veterans Gallucci Associates to open a 3,000-square-foot location in Hudson County's Hoboken-Jersey City area.