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Significance to humans

Three species of Bovinae are important domestic species. The most common and widespread is cattle (Bos taurus), first domesticated probably some 6,000 years ago. Domestic cattle are represented by numerous breeds around the world and have been bred for meat, milk, hides, as well as draught animals. They are more suited to temperate than tropical regions, although zebu or humped cattle are well adapted to hot climates. Water buffalo is the next most common domestic Bovinae, and, like its wild form, is an animal best suited to tropical regions with high rainfall. Like domestic cattle, water buffalo are kept for their milk, meat, and hides, and provide power primarily for plowing. The yak is of major importance in the high mountain regions of Tibet, Northern India, Nepal, and Afghanistan, where it is well adapted to elevations above 10,000 ft (2,500 m) above sea level. It is also crossed with domestic cattle to create hybrids that are more suitable to lower mountain elevations. Yak and...

Gene And Enzyme Designation Of Known Sults

Orthology is a source of confusion for researchers within and outside the field. In light of experiences with nomenclature systems for other drug metabolizing enzyme families, the developed SULT nomenclature included reference to the species. Species names were designated by a three- to five-letter code, in parentheses, prefixed to the SULT name (e.g., (MOUSE)Sult2b1 for the 2b1 isoform from mouse, Mus musculus, and (BOVIN)SULT1A1 for the 1A1 gene from cattle, Bos taurus). It was recommended that the three- to five-letter code already established by the Committee on Standardization in Human Cytogenetics be used for different species Note *1, *2, and *3 are allelic designations. ARATH, Arabidopsis thaliana BOVIN, Bos taurus BRANA, Brassica napus BRARE, Brachydanio rerio CANFA, Canis familiaris CAVPO, Cavia porcellus FLABI, Flaveria bidentis FLACH, Flaveria chloraefolia CHICK, Gallus gallus HUMAN, Homo sapiens MACFA, Macaca fascicularis MOUSE, Mus musculus ORNAN, Ornithorhynchus...

Mitochondrial Fate After Scnt

If not actively eliminated, then to what degree might donor cell mitochondria in SCNT embryos be eliminated by attrition, persist at a low level, or assume a replicative advantage over endogenous mitochondria Mitochondrial heteroplasmy was not observed in sheep clones (Evans et al., 1999). In SCNT embryos made with Bos indicus, donor nuclei transferred to Bos taurus oocytes, donor cell mitochondria were nearly undetect-able in cloned fetuses (Hiendler et al., 2003) and calves (Meirelles et al., 2001). However, donor cell mitochondria were not eliminated in monkey-to-rabbit or panda-to-rabbit NT embryos (Chen et al., 2002 Yang et al., 2003). Mitochondrial heteroplasmy was also reported for nuclear transfers made between Holstein and Luxi Yellow cow (Han et al., 2004), and in other studies involving bovine species (Takeda et al., 2003 Steinborn et al., 2002). Embryonic blastomere nuclear transfer in Macaca mullatta produces offspring with mitochondria from both the recipient oocyte and...

Physical And Chemical Properties Of Nickel And Its Role In Animal And Bacterial Systems

Nielsen reported the first description of a dietary deficiency of nickel in animals in 1970 for chickens and later for rats (Rattus spp.), goats (Capra hircus), sheep (Ovis aries), cows (Bos taurus), and mini pigs (Sus scrofa) (7). Nickel deficiency in these animals results in growth depression, physiological and anatomical disruption of liver function, and disruption of iron, copper, and zinc metabolism resulting in reduced levels of these enzymes in blood and various organs (22). Nickel deficiency also markedly reduces the activity of a number of hepatic enzymes, including several hydrogenases, urease, and glyoxylase, though a specific functional role for nickel in these enzymes in animals has not been determined.

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Higher the Score value, the better the match. The E value provides a statistical measure of how likely it is to have found this match by random chance. The smaller this value, the more likely it is that the match is meaningful. This tool is commonly used when one first sequences a piece of DNA in order to find the closest match and help identify the gene sequenced. The E value can also find similar genes in closely related or even distantly related organisms. For our example, not surprisingly, the best matches to our Marfan gene piece are to human fibrillin genes. But further down the list, one finds Bos taurus, cow, Sus domesticus, pig, Mus muscu-lus, mouse, and Rattus norvicus, rat genes. If one goes down further, we can even find that the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster, has a gene similar to human fibrillin, admittedly with less similarity than the mammals listed above.


Displays are used by many animals, including bovids, to communicate in a range of social interactions. Lateral displays are common in many Bovidae, and often emphasized by adaptations that enhance the size (real and apparent) of the lateral profile. In the American bison (Bison bison) and gaur (Bos gaurus), the thoracic spines are elongated, permanently increasing the dimensions of their body profile. Other morphological adaptations that enlarge the lateral profile include dewlaps, the flap of skin hanging from the neck and chest of eland (Taurotragus oryx) and the zebu breed of domestic cattle (Bos taurus), and manes of long hairs. In greater kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros) and urial sheep (Ovis vignei), for example, the mane falls from the underside of the neck, and in nyala (Tragelaphus angasii), it extends along the underside of the belly as well. A temporary increase in lateral profile is achieved in some species such as the roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus) and chamois...

SAGE Applications

The SAGE technology has been used in almost every possible genomic research area, including the analyses of cardiovascular, inflammatory, neurological, and genetic diseases in Homo sapiens and other species, such as Arabidopsis thaliana, Bos taurus, Medicago truncatula, Mus musculus, and Rattus norvegicus. At Memorec, numerous SAGE analyses has been performed as customer services and for in-house research in drug target discovery and clinical programs. Starting with the quality control of delivered or prepared total RNA (about 1 g of total RNA is required), a common SAGE project with two libraries and sequencing and analysis of 100000 tags is finished within 14-16 weeks. As it is very cost-intensive to perform repeats of SAGE libraries, it is recommended to use RNA that has been extracted and pooled from different samples so as to reduce the impact of biological variation among individuals. To keep the costs as low as possible, the sequencing of SAGE tag libraries can be done in a...