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Bronopol a noncorrosive milk preservative. brood all of the offspring that hatch from a single clutch of eggs. To incubate eggs. broodfish fish kept for egg production, including males. Broodfish produce the fertilised eggs that go to hatcheries. browse small, woody plants with fedder shoots used as feed by goats, sheep and cattle. brucellosis contagious abortion in beef and dairy cattle, caused by Brucella abortus. bryostatin-1 a drug used for antitumour activity. its BAT (bovine somatotropin) a complex, biologically active protein secreted by the Dairy Science buck bull 46 pituitary gland.

A flexible tube used to administer fluids into or withdraw fluids from the body. CD34 antigen a protein found on the surface of some bone marrow and blood cells. CEF an abbreviation for the combination chemotherapy drugs cyclophosphamide, epirubicin, and fluorouracil. This combination is also known as FEC, celecoxib a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug. celiac disease (celiac sprue) an inborn error of metabolism characterised by the inability to hydrolyse peptides contained in gluten. The disease affects adults and young children, who suffer from abdominal distention, vomiting, diarra-hoea, muscle wasting and extreme lethargy.

Two nucleotide bases on different strands of the nucleic acid molecule that bond together. The bases can pair in only one way: adenine with thymine (DNA) or uracil (RNA) and guanine with cytosine. 2. a pair of nucleotides on complementary strands of DNA or RNA. Each nucleotide base can pair with only one of the three other bases, thereby determining the sequence of a complementary strand. e. less acidic) materials. Soils derived from limestones, for example, tend to be base- rich and are more alkaline than acidic.

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