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weight to both sides in an article about the appropriateness of breed-specific legislation (BSL) is equivalent to giving equal weight to both sides in an article about the validity of evolution or climate change. In the case of BSL, on one side of the

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) for weight groups, using Bonferroni-corrected significance threshold of 0.003 (which is too high for the number of comparisons made), and the use of receiver operating characteristic curves and Hosmer-Lemeshow tests to evaluate models not built as

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horse walker apparatus. Because these devices are used on horses working at greater intensity and with an additional load placed on the horse by the weight of a rider, we do not believe that the study conditions adequately replicated the conditions under

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energetic efficiency of weight gain. Br J Nutr . 2011 ; 106 ( suppl 1 ): S64 – S77 . doi: 10.1017/S0007114511005046 22005439 3. Zini E , Osto M , Franchini M , Hyperglycaemia but not hyperlipidaemia causes beta cell dysfunction and beta cell

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disorders.” Cows do not have claws. Claws are slender, curve downward, bear little or no weight, and come on dogs, cats, other carnivores, and birds. This would seem to be a no-brainer, but the use of claw for hoof in even-toed animals such as ruminants and

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, exact species of worms involved, and proper dosage of anthelmintics based on body weight. Relying solely on fecal egg counts gives one a false sense of security and has a questionable bearing on trying to establish resistance to a given anthelmintic

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