BGH


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BGH

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bGH

abbr.
bovine growth hormone
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BGH Exim is a closely held company of the Aditya Birla group.
The BGH highlighted, however, that the trumpet player's neighbors also had a right to peace and quiet.
puh- 'to exchange', which remains a formally possible source of the Armenian loanword p'ox- 'id.' (BGH 321).
The aim of the research was to determine the association of intron 3 polymorphism of the bovine growth hormone (BGH) gene, with ages at first service, first birth, first postpartum service and second birth, in a population of Holstein cows in the state of Antioquia.
There are also many reports that bGH SNPs, especially ones in exon 5, influenced milk production in Holstein and economically important traits in beef cattle (Eppard et al., 1992; Zhang et al., 1992, 1993; Lee et al., 1993; Lucy et al., 1993; Schlee et al., 1994; Yao et al., 1996).
Alumni history is being preserved on the BGH web site at www.bchsys.org.
Realizou-se uma analise de variancia multivariada utilizando o PROC GLM (SAS, 1996) com a opcao MANOVA, a fim de avaliar o efeito dos acessos do BGH sob estas estimativas dos parametros do modelo Exponencial por meio do criterio de Roy (KHATTREE & NAIK, 2000).
Bovine growth hormone (bGH) or Somatotropin, a peptide hormone of anterior pituitary gland, increases rate of protein synthesis and mobilization of fatty acids; and decreases the rate of glucose utilization (Bauman, 1992).
BGH agreement will be put the services at the other custom points.
That's because all milk--even organic milk--contains minuscule amounts of bovine somatotropin (BST), also known as bovine growth hormone (BGH), produced naturally by the pituitary glands of cows.
Perhaps Natural Life could publish an article on the subject of BGH to let us know where it is found in milk and where it isn't.