conventional animal

con·ven·tion·al an·i·mal

an animal colonized by the burden of resident microorganisms normally associated with its particular species.
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In conventional animal feeding such requirements are covered by protein-containing feeds.
As the largest part of conventional animal vaccines market, PCV came into market in 2010 with high price and low market penetration rate till now.
Reducing the animal use, wherein alternates are used in combination with the conventional animal testing
Activist groups in the European Union "have drawn up a long agenda aimed at changing farming practices or even the elimination of conventional animal agriculture," Mike Sheldon, a leading figure in the British pork industry, told a U.
are given to healthy animals to promote growth and compensate for crowded conditions and poor husbandry practices in conventional animal production.
As the new system tracks disease progression over time within the same group of live animals, fewer animals are needed than in conventional animal testing protocols.
They want their members to be able to use conventional animal feed instead of organic food concentrate, which costs double.
For conventional animal production, those costs are just the start, with additional emissions caused by heating/lighting sheds, transporting animals for slaughter, processing, packaging and so on.
A review of 11 large-scale conventional animal studies spanning 30 years also showed insufficient evidence of teratogenicity, said Bruce Kelman.
He says the problem is not cruelty or diet--as addressed by conventional animal advocacy--but innovation going back to prehistoric times when humans could not know their actions would unleash disease, war, poverty, and other misery in perpetuity.
Cell based assays are more cost and time effective and have higher throughput when compared with conventional animal tests.
There's no evidence that the prevalence of foodborne pathogens is less on organic animal foods than on conventional animal foods," says Qijing Zhang of Iowa State University in Ames.

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