bovine

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Belonging to the tribe Bovini, including cows, buffalo, and bison
An animal of the family Bovidae, including cattle, buffaloes and bison
Sluggish, dull, slow-witted
Of or pertaining to cattle
{a} pertaining to cattle, or the cow kind
dull and slow-moving and stolid; like an ox; "showed a bovine apathy"
Having qualities characteristic of oxen or cows; sluggish and patient; dull; as, a bovine temperament
{s} of or pertaining to a ruminant mammal belonging to the genus Bos; resembling a cow or bull; sluggish, dull
Of or pertaining to the genus Bos; relating to, or resembling, the ox or cow; oxlike; as, the bovine genus; a bovine antelope
{i} ruminant mammal of the genus Bos (i.e. cow, ox, buffalo)
any of various members of the genus Bos
of or relating to or belonging to the genus Bos (cattle)
Relating to cattle
Of, or pertaining to, cattle
any of various members of the genus Bos dull and slow-moving and stolid; like an ox; "showed a bovine apathy"
disapproval If you describe someone's behaviour or appearance as bovine, you think that they are stupid or slow. I'm depressed by the bovine enthusiasm of the crowd's response
any of various members of the genus Bos dull and slow-moving and stolid; like an ox; "showed a bovine apathy" of or relating to or belonging to the genus Bos (cattle)
Sluggish, stupid
= referring to cattle, originating from cattle
refers to cattle; derived from cattle
Bovine means relating to cattle
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bovine ephemeral fever
A viral disease of cattle, caused by the Ephemerovirus virus, transmitted by insects. Abbreviation: BEF
bovine leucosis
Alternative spelling of bovine leukosis
bovine leukaemia
bovine leukosis
bovine leukemia
A variant spelling of bovine leukaemia
bovine leukosis
leukaemia in cattle
bovine malignant catarrhal fever
A fatal lymphoproliferative disease that affects bovines
bovine papillomatosis
An infection of cattle caused by the bovine papillomavirus
bovine papular stomatitis
A disease in cattle caused by a virus of the family Poxviridae
bovine scatology
Bullshit

I would describe that report as bovine scatology, okay? Better referred to by the troops as BS. I don't know who that guy's source is, but he ought to get a new source because the source is a liar.

bovine spongiform encephalopathy
A fatal, neurodegenerative disease of cattle, which is transmissible to humans through misshaped prion proteins, caused by eating infected tissues

The outbreaks of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (mad cow disease) have limited some traditional uses of cattle for food, for example the eating of brains or spinal cords.

bovine viral diarrhea
Any of various diseases caused by the bovine viral diarrhea virus
bovine viral diarrhoea
Alternative spelling of bovine viral diarrhea
Bovine spongiform encephalopathy
(mad cow disease) fatal disease affecting the nervous system in cattle, BSE
bovine growth hormone
A naturally occurring hormone of cattle that regulates growth and milk production. It may also be produced by genetic engineering and administered to cows to increase milk production. Also called bovine somatotropin
bovine spongiform encephalitis
a fatal disease of cattle that affects the central nervous system; causes staggering and agitation
bovine spongiform encephalopathy
A disease of cattle (often called 'mad cow disease') caused by an agent that is neither a bacterium or a virus First recognized in 1986 it has a long incubation period
bovine spongiform encephalopathy
a spongiform disease of cattle first identified in Britain in 1986
bovine spongiform encephalopathy
(a k a Mad Cow Disease) A degenerative disease of brain tissue ("encephalopathy") BSE is caused by prions and results in the deposition of amyloid tissue that causes a breakdown of brain tissue leaving the infected brain with a "spongy" ("spongiform") appearance Source : PhRMA Genomics
bovine spongiform encephalopathy
Mad cow disease
bovine spongiform encephalopathy
Widely referred to as "mad cow disease," BSE is a chronic degenerative disease affecting the central nervous system of cattle The disease was first diagnosed in 1986 in Great Britain Affected animals may display changes in temperament, such as nervousness or aggression, abnormal posture, incoordination, decreased milk production or loss of body weight despite continued appetite There is no treatment or vaccine to prevent the disease and affected cattle die BSE may have been caused by feeding cattle rendered protein produced from the carcasses of scrapie-infected sheep or cattle with previously unidentified Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSE)
bovine spongiform encephalopathy
Bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or BSE, is also known as "mad cow disease " It is a rare, chronic degenerative disease affecting the brain and central nervous system of cattle Cattle with BSE lose their coordination, develop abnormal posture and experience changes in behavior Clinical symptoms take 4-5 years to develop, followed by death in a period of several weeks to months unless the affected animal is destroyed sooner
bovine spongiform encephalopathy
An infectious degenerative brain disease occurring in cattle. Also called mad cow disease. or bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) Fatal neurodegenerative disease of cattle. Symptoms include behavioral changes (e.g., agitation), gradual loss of coordination and locomotive function, and, in advanced stages, weight loss, fine muscular contractions, and abnormal gait. Brain tissue becomes pitted with holes and spongy. Death usually follows within a year. The disease is similar to the neurodegenerative disease of sheep called scrapie. No treatment is known. A BSE epidemic in Britain that began in the mid-1980s is believed to have been caused by the use of cattle feed containing supplements made from ruminant carcasses and trimmings. Hundreds of thousands of infected cattle were slaughtered and the use of animal-derived protein supplements ended. The cause of both BSE and scrapie is attributed to an infectious aberrant protein called a prion. The unusual occurrence of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, another prion-related illness, in young people beginning in the mid-1990s may be linked to eating meat from cattle with BSE
bovine spongiform encephalopathy BSE
or bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) Fatal neurodegenerative disease of cattle. Symptoms include behavioral changes (e.g., agitation), gradual loss of coordination and locomotive function, and, in advanced stages, weight loss, fine muscular contractions, and abnormal gait. Brain tissue becomes pitted with holes and spongy. Death usually follows within a year. The disease is similar to the neurodegenerative disease of sheep called scrapie. No treatment is known. A BSE epidemic in Britain that began in the mid-1980s is believed to have been caused by the use of cattle feed containing supplements made from ruminant carcasses and trimmings. Hundreds of thousands of infected cattle were slaughtered and the use of animal-derived protein supplements ended. The cause of both BSE and scrapie is attributed to an infectious aberrant protein called a prion. The unusual occurrence of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, another prion-related illness, in young people beginning in the mid-1990s may be linked to eating meat from cattle with BSE
enzootic bovine leucosis
Alternative spelling of enzootic bovine leukosis
enzootic bovine leukosis
bovine leukosis
infectious bovine rhinotracheitis
An disease of the respiratory tract of cattle caused by the infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus. Abbreviation: IBR
bovines
plural of bovine
bovine

    Silbentrennung

    bo·vine

    Türkische aussprache

    bōvayn

    Aussprache

    /ˈbōˌvīn/ /ˈboʊˌvaɪn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'bO-"vIn, -"vEn ] (adjective.) 1817. From Latin bovīnus, from bōs (“ox”). Cognate to beef.

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