(1) She had always teased him, calling him reptilian, and he had shot back with varying degrees of irritation that at least he wasn't bovine .(2) Although generating swine clones appears to pose more technical difficulties than bovine clones, once piglets are born, they appear to be healthy.(3) As a result, those genetic segments record the genetic twists and turns of different cattle lineages and, in the language of DNA, serve as scribes of bovine history.(4) The U.S. Department of Agriculture is actively considering a buyout of all 11 El Paso area dairy herds as well as a shutdown of the local dairy industry in response to chronic outbreaks of bovine tuberculosis in the region.(5) Remember Dolly and all those other ovine and bovine clones?(6) Some of these supplements, called glandulars, contain bovine brain, pituitary, pineal gland, and spinal cord, all organs where infectious prions may concentrate.(7) The bovine fellow hasn't overestimated, either.(8) Forensic tests showed that the blood was bovine or avian, and the ├ö├ç├┐tumors├ö├ç├û were pig entrails or chicken livers.(9) Commercial cloning of cattle has been available for about a year now, and that was within a couple of years of the first bovine clone being born.(10) That was Mrs Belmont, whose pretty, docile, and bovine daughter had been neglected since Katie's debut.(11) The bovine luteal tissues were obtained from Heng-Chun Station, Taiwan Livestock Research Institute.(12) Bosporus is named so because of the bovine woman.(13) But he does serve up plenty of anecdotes about ranching life in the western United States, as well as welcome digressions on the economics of modern-day beef raising and the basics of bovine psychology.(14) In the laboratory, ├ö├ç├┐the nematodes can live in bovine manure for 4 to 6 weeks without hosts,├ö├ç├û says Taylor.(15) Its forty-six helical-structured chromosomes are human, not bovine , avian, or reptilian.(16) Together with her bovine friend Cassie, they intend to take the town for all its sweet creamy caramel candy goodness.