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YouTube breeding ground for anti-vaccination views

TORONTO, CDA. As cold and flu season hits this year amid growing debate over the necessity of vaccinations, University of Toronto researchers have uncovered widespread misinformation in related videos on YouTube. In the first-ever study of its kind, U of T researchers Dr. Kumanan Wilson and Dr...

Dengue Surge in Singapore, Man Prosecuted for Breeding Mosquitoes

Singapore might be prosperous. But it is also draconian. Any presumed violation of the law brings in swift reaction. As the owner of a commercial fishing pond in Pasir Ris Drive 6, will have found by now. He is being prosecuted for breeding mosquitoes. The area is dubbed the number one ...

A slum in Mumbai – breeding ground for disease

The Baiganwadi slum at Govandi is becoming a source of fright to the Maharashtra state and civic health departments//. Two confirmed polio cases have been reported in 2 weeks from this area. The water source and drains in this area are contaminated with dengue transmitting Aedes aegypti mosquitoes ...

AIIMS Campus - A Breeding Ground for Mosquitoes

It's not surprising that mosquitoes have besieged the country's premier hospital, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), with a huge drain// not far from its western perimeter and garbage littered across the campus. In the last 10 days, the raging dengue fever in the capital has ...

Public Urged To Prevent Mosquito Breeding

The Food and Environmental Hygiene Department has urged people to stay alert to the risk of mosquito-transmitted diseases and maintain proper anti-mosquito measures//, despite the current dry and cool weather. A department spokesman said today (January 22) that the monthly average ovitrap ind...

Unlocking the key to human fertility

...ng genetic damage to sperm could have particular significance for the development of the embryo". The findings also help explain why inter-species breeding is so rarely successful. Where the locks and keys of two species do not match, however similar their DNA is, no viable offspring can be born. Occasio...

Midbrook Utilizes Copper in Medical Environments

... workers an alternative to particle board laminate surfaces in their facilities. The old particle board laminate surfaces harbor bacteria and create a breeding ground for potential Hospital Acquired Infections, which can cost facilities a great deal of money. Even stainless steel, while better than particle b...

China Medicine Receives rADTZ Feasibility Report from the Feed Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

...ially, helping to decrease mortality rates. Based on the documented benefits of rADTZ, a separate study found that a breeder farm with the capacity of breeding 50 million chickens is expected to save up to 35 million RMB ($5.1 million) in costs through using rADTZ. "With this feasibility report, we hav...

Arizona researchers to sequence West African rice strain

...withstand hardships such as high temperatures and limited water. Understanding the genes behind those adaptations could be a valuable first step in breeding new, hardier Asian strains as well crucial work, given that the world's rice-dependent population is expected to double in the next 25 years. Unde...

Texas Humane Legislation Network Calls for Puppy Mill Crackdown

...e that would have required large-scale dog and cat breeding operations to be licensed by the state and meet at...she added. Legislation to regulate commercial breeding operations passed the House of Representatives, bu...d have exempted breeders keeping 10 or fewer adult breeding female dogs or cats. A group that calls itsel...

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Dow AgroSciences, World Wide Wheat Agree to Collaborate on Wheat

...s with W3's proprietary wheat germplasm and robust breeding capabilities. Dow AgroSciences' experience in seed...t to market. W3 brings more than 40 years of plant breeding to the collaboration and will be able to leverage ...ets. And, we look forward to utilizing our R&D breeding and trait technologies such as EXZACT(TM) Precisio...

GreenBytes Wards Off Germs and Costly Computer Repairs

...zers to kill nasty germs. But then they sit at their computer and put their hands all over germ-infested keys. Computers and keyboards are the perfect breeding ground for these persistent little bugs, which are known to spread disease and cause illness. But germs, dust and dirt also inflict other harms. They ...

First Jatropha Genome Completed by Synthetic Genomics Inc. and Asiatic Centre for Genome Technology

... identify particular genes of interest and to discover genetic variations for use in marker assisted breeding. The teams are also applying traditional breeding tools, as well as modern plant molecular biology tools, to improve plant yield, oil quality, fertilizer requirements and to enhance stress and disease...

Chemstar Corporation Announces a New Powerful, One-Step Product That Effectively Controls Listeria, Salmonella, E. coli and Fly Larvae in Floor Drains

...ly collect and trap organic soils and bacteria, creating a cool, moist harborage for rapid growth of microorganisms. The environment is also a natural breeding habitat for flies and insects that can transfer Listeria to food and food contact surfaces." Chemstar Corporation, a global leader in food safety an...

Positive Mosquito Count for West Nile Virus Lead DEP, Southeastern PA Counties to Ramp up Treatment Activities

...nt water in a wading pool becomes a place for mosquitoes to breed. -- Turn over wheelbarrows and don't let water stagnate in birdbaths. Both provide breeding habitats for domestic mosquitoes. -- Aerate ornamental pools or stock them with fish. Water gardens can become major mosquito producers if they are ...
Breeding in Medical Dictionary

Trachea

...hea synonyms. trachea usage examples and trachea quotes. ... Etymology: ME trache < ML trachea < LL trachia, windpipe < Gr ... The breeding information provided on this page is strictly for educational purposes for domesticated and feral dog rescuing, fostering, adopting and caretaking. ...

Scrapie

...h Scrapie doesn't cross species, it is a member of the family of diseases ... The existence of Scrapie in the United States prevents the export of breeding ... Scrapie is a fatal, degenerative disease affecting the central nervous system of sheep and goats. ... sold from infected flocks spread ...

Metritis

...he endometrium) ... Metritis . by Dr. Terry E. Reed ... types of metritis (uterine infections) ... Some of the signs of metritis are enhanced breeding problems, increased amount ... Feb 24, 2009 California Mare Tests Positive for Contagious Equine Metritis (CEM) ... Veterinarian Quarantines Vir...

Deafness

...rited, or caused by complications at birth, certain ... Around half of all deafness and hearing impairment can be prevented. RELATED SITES ... breeding dogs should be tested for deafness . ... Deafness can be assessed by observing the animal's behavioral response, such as ... American Sign Lang...
Breeding in Biological News

121 breeding tigers estimated to be found in Nepal

Kathmandu, Nepal The first ever overall nation-wide estimate of the tiger population brought a positive ray of hope among conservationists. The figures announced by the Nepal Government's Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC) shows the presence of 121 (100 194) breeding ...

Good breeding increases shelf life

SALINAS, CA - The lettuce cut and packaged for food service and salad mixes is an increasingly important component of the produce industry. Lettuce is highly perishable, and the cutting required in processing further shortens its shelf life. Packaging cut lettuce and other fresh produce in semi...

Parasites might spur evolution of strange amphibian breeding habits

Athens, Ga. Parasites can decimate amphibian populations, but one University of Georgia researcher believes they might also play a role in spurring the evolution of new and sometimes bizarre breeding strategies. Brian Todd, a researcher at the UGA Odum School of Ecology Savannah River Ecology ...

Mary had a lot of lambs: Researchers identify way to accelerate sheep breeding

Mary had a little lamb, but only once a year. However, Cornell Sheep Program researchers have discovered an unusual form of a gene that prompts ewes to breed out of season as well as conceive at younger ages and more frequently. They conducted a simple genetic test to identify the presence of t...

Identifying mega-targets for high-yield plant breeding

Madison, WI , February 2, 2009 -- Promoting genetic diversity in crops is traditional practice for agriculture professionals, and with today's technology, scientists are able to develop breeding programs with great care for the security of crops. This is particularly important due to the numerous ...

Favorite Thanksgiving dish gets 'upscale' breeding

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. Families gathering around the Thanksgiving table this year will enjoy a traditional side dish that's been given some "upscale" breeding cranberries. While this year's version of the age-old staple will look or taste no different than servings of yore, a new cranberry hybri...

Savanna habitat drives birds, and perhaps others, to cooperative breeding

Berkeley -- Delaying having kids to help raise the offspring of others seems like a bad choice if you want to reproduce, but many African starlings have adopted this strategy to deal with the unpredictable climate of their savanna habitats, according to a new study by University of California, Ber...

Costly breeding programs for endangered species pay off

Comparative studies of captive breeding strategies conducted at Rice University bolster the case for costly and sometimes troublesome breeding programs that preserve maximum genetic variability in small populations of endangered species. Worldwide, zoos spend millions of dollars each year transpo...

Research suggests fitness of Florida panthers improved by limited breeding with Texas animals

The number of living Florida panthers has grown from a previously estimated 30 to a recently counted 87 as a result of a controversial breeding effort to improve the genetic health of the endangered and inbred animals, according to a new assessment. Hybrid kittens born to panthers brought into th...

Protein handlers should be effective treatment target for cancer and Alzheimer's

...ast tissue, as well as mice in which these can be removed during cancer to determine what impact their loss has on active disease. They also are cross breeding the mice, to create one, for example, that also over expresses the molecule, Her2/Neu, which is over active in some of the most aggressive breast canc...
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AgFeed Industries Enters Into Hog Genetic Program Arrangement with Hypor, the Pig Breeding Division of Hendrix Genetics B.V.

NEW YORK, April 15 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- AgFeed Industries, Inc. (FEED), one of the largest independent hog production and animal nutrient companies in China, today announced its entry into a genetics program arrangement with Hypor, a Hendrix Genetics Company. Hypor is world renowned as a leading p...

Pigs to Be Genotyped to Improve Selection and Breeding for Pancreatic Islet Cell Research

Cutting-edge DNA testing technology provided by GeneSeek Inc. LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- A privately held biotechnology company, will be used for medical-grade source pigs which are being developed by Spring Point Project, a Minnesota non-profit organization providing pig islet ce...

Vineland Welcomes Dr. Daryl Somers as Research Chair, Molecular Breeding and Biotechnology

VINELAND, ON, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ - Vineland Research and Innovation Centre, an independent, not-for-profit corporation established to create a world-class centre for horticultural science and innovation in Ontario, today announced the appointment of Dr. Daryl Somers to the new role of Resear...

Dow AgroSciences, Monsanto Complete U.S. and Canadian Regulatory Authorizations for SmartStax Corn; Plans Set to Launch Seed Platform on 3 Million- to 4 Million-Plus Acres

...me changing trait technologies, such as SmartStax and Dow AgroSciences Herbicide Tolerant technology, coupled with a significant investment in plant breeding will deliver to corn growers the best trait technology in the latest genetics," said Brian Barker, Global Business Leader for Corn Seeds and Traits fo...

ArborGen and Senesco Announce Wood Quality Results

...forests in all their beauty, diversity and complexity. With one of the world's most extensive tree germplasm resources, ArborGen uses both traditional breeding and advanced genetic technologies, to discover and produce high yield seedlings for our customers, allowing our customers to significantly increase th...

Syngenta and Evogene to Collaborate on Soybean Nematode Resistance

...stimated that soybean nematode causes losses in the United States alone exceeding one billion dollars annually. "Syngenta is a leader in advanced breeding to bring our grower customers the best choices to protect yield against soybean pests," stated Roger Kemble, Head Syngenta Crop Genetics Research. "Th...

Monsanto, BASF Scientists Disclose Discovery of Gene Conferring Drought Tolerance in Corn Plants

...cular crop. For BASF, Monsanto's track record of commercializing traits and breeding desirable germplasm ensures that BASF's innovations quickly reach the wides...e characteristics. Monsanto's discovery engine combines cutting-edge breeding and biotechnology research using elite germplasm from around the world to d...

DuPont Innovation Addressing Major Global Market Trends

...ed in the world, is using biotechnology to develop insect-resistant varieties and hybrids to improve productivity, quality and yield and to accelerate breeding and rate of genetic gain. "We expect at least $2 billion in incremental sales to be generated over the next five years, with more to come after that,...

Avian Adenovirus Genotyping Diagnostic Service

...novel genetic typing analysis service for avian adenovirus infections in domestic poultry. Although often implicated in sub-optimal performance of breeding birds, clear diagnosis of the presence of pathogenic adenoviruses (and hence their appropriate control) has been difficult historically due to a relia...

ZyGEM Releases Application Note Showing its DNA Extraction Kits Rapidly Produce High Yields of Quality DNA

...ve been formulated for high-throughput DNA extraction from animal tissue samples for life science research, animal testing and traceability, selective breeding and other animal health and agricultural applications. prep GEM(TM) kits enable high-throughput DNA extraction of 384 samples in less than 30 minute...
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Breeding and Maintenance (Nonhuman Primates) from Alpha Genesis, Inc.

Description:...and short-term enriched housing for nonhuman primates and other laboratory animals in both quarantine and non-quarantine settings on a per diem basis. breeding services are also available utilizing our state-of-the-art social housing and nursery facilities. In addition, AGI is equipped with on site CDC quaran...
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Breeding in Biological Definition

Biodiversity

...l ecological effects of biodiversity . Unusual and wild strains of maize are collected to increase the crop diversity when selectively breeding domestic corn. Economic role of biodiversity For all humans, biodiversity is first a resource for daily life. Such 'crop diversity' is als...

Biotechnology

...re. Biotechnology timeline 8000BC Collecting of seeds for replanting. Evidence that Babylonians , Egyptians and Romans used selective breeding ( artificial selection ) practices to improve livestock . 6000BC Brewing beer , fermenting wine , baking bread with help of yeast 4000...

Botany

... the food we eat is therefore important to be able to feed the world and provide food security for future generations, for example through plant breeding . Not all plants are beneficial to humans, weeds are a considerable problem in agriculture and botany provides some of the basic science in order ...

Classical genetics

...eritance , and provided science with a way to map characteristics to a location on the chromosomes . Linkage maps are still used today, especially in breeding for plant improvement . After the discovery of the genetic code and such tools of cloning as restriction enzymes , the avenues of investigatio...

Cloning

... lack of genetic diversity would still remain in the attempt to establish a breeding population. Commercial cloning While the promise of cloning extinct ... way of propagating desirable genes (as chosen by humans) than traditional breeding . Another application which has recently become feasible is the cloning o...

Ebola

... located in Maridi. Unfortunately, the nurses there also did not properly sterilize their needles, and the hospital, like the one in Yambuku, became a breeding ground for new Ebola cases (Draper 30-31). Several epidemics of Ebola-Zare and Ebola-Sudan have occurred since 1976 . The most recent outbreak of E...

Cold-blooded

...ch as islands, or distinct bioregions (such as the small bioregions of the Amazon basin ). These often do not have enough food to support a viable breeding population of homeothermic animals. In these niches, poikilotherms such as large lizards, crabs and frogs supplant homeotherms such as birds and mamm...

Eugenics

...ebsites Galton's theory Selective breeding was suggested as early as the time of Plato , who... schools for the deaf could be considered possible breeding places of a deaf human race. Nazi Germany ...essive, the natural application of knowledge about breeding to the arena of human life. Before the death camps...

Experimental evolution

...e been domesticating plants and animals. Selective breeding of plants and animals has led to varieties that di...mber of different dog breeds. The power of human breeding to create varieties with extreme differences from ...ment with the bacterium Escherichia coli . Plant breeding Reviews 24 , 225-265. S. F. Elena and R. E. L...

Extinction

... attempt to maintain a viable population for species preservation and possible future reintroduction to the wild through use of carefully planned breeding programs . Pinpointing the extinction or pseudoextinction of a species requires a clear definition of that species. The species in question must be...
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Cross breeding

A crossbreed or crossbred usually refers to an animal with purebred parents of two different breeds, varieties, or populations. Crossbreeding refers to the process of breeding such an animal, often with the intention of creating offspring that share the traits of both... Plant breeding i...

Vitelline membrane

...ed for sperm binding, binding to sperm plasma membrane receptors. The species-specificity between these receptors contributes to prevention of breeding between different species. Aspects of the topic vitelline - membrane are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References aff...

True-breeding

... A true breeding organism, sometimes also called a pure-bred, is a...ubsequent generations when bred with another true breeding organism for the same traits. In other words, to ...nly offspring with that... (Redirected from breeding true ) Jump to: navigation, search ... farm ...

Transgenic plant

...e developments in transgenic technology. Plant breeding and testing. How to Make Transgenic Plants : An... plants that have been genetically engineered, a breeding ... It uses material from the article Transgenic ... Europe on Transgenic Crops: How Public Plant breeding and Eco-Transgenics Can ... with Europeans about ...

Transgenic animals

...d transgenic farm animals in 1985, yet as of 1997 ... Transgenic Animals and RecDNA Use Bulletin. Biosafety Manual Online. Training ... The breeding of all other transgenic animals is subject to the NIH Guidelines ... No. Most transgenic animals under development are regulated by one or ...

Transgenic

...ansgenic Review Article ... One of them is the ability to engineer transgenic animals. ... Future developments in transgenic technology. Plant breeding and testing. How to Make Transgenic Plants: An animation from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln ... This publication describes the basics of ...

Selection

...e Charles Darwin used in 1859 in his book The ... 4 Mechanisms of natural selection . 5 History of the principle ... Artificial selection is the breeding of certain traits over others. ... The most obvious examples of artificial selection can be found in the range of ... 2.1 Levels of selection . ...

Reciprocal cross

... In genetics, a reciprocal cross is a breeding experiment designed to test the role of parental s...tance pattern . All parent organisms must be true breeding to properly carry out such an experiment. In one ...ltruism, a form of ... Reciprocal cross , a breeding experiment in genetics ... Reciprocal , cros...

Quantitative trait

...iding links to programs, FTP sites, and other Web pages. ... The Journal of Quantitative Trait Loci (JQTL), an electronic journal sponsored ... breeding for Quantitative Traits in Plants includes chapters on contemporary ... Mapping Quantitative Trait Loci. Selection with Molecular Markers. Epi...

Pure-breeding

...ed oaths as to the asil or " pure " breeding of the animal. ... Pure -breed Zwergschnauzer ... The contemporary history of breeding Siberians ... ... and enthusiasts of the pure bred Irish Draught horse. ... Pure breeding . Pure Quality. Pure Character. Pure Perform...

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