BGH


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BGH

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bGH

abbr.
bovine growth hormone
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Although the low frequency of the (negative/negative) genotype may indicate some limitation when performing association analysis, the intron 3 polymorphism of the BGH showed significant results for all characteristics.
Alternatively, the group's consent for displays of BGH can be implicit.
ROBERT COLLIER, Chief Monsanto BGH Scientist: "In fact, the FDA has commented several times on this issue after there were concerns raised.
Rather than relying solely on the "experts" to determine the risks and benefits of BGH people were taking the issue into their own hands and making their own risk evaluations with confidence and passion--as citizens rather than just consumers.
This past June 21, Sanders decided to look busy and introduced a bill that would require labeling of all dairy products from cows on BGH.
BGH milk looks and tastes exactly the same as non-BGH milk.
But Hettinga believes that eventually, concerns about BGH will disappear because consumers will come to understand how fears about it have been unfairly inflated--and will see more and more beneficial food products created by biotechnology.
After reviewing dozens of studies addressing BGH and human health, FDA scientists report in the Aug.
Babson Capital believes BGH can provide investors with an attractive yield while helping to mitigate the risk of rising interest rates," said Russell D.