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What is another name for BSE?

bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in cows.

True or False Mad cows disease or BSE is caused by a virus?

FALSE. BSE is caused by a PRION or misfolded protein, NOT a virus.

Where does BSE come from?

The term BSE refers to the Bombay Stock Exchange and it is one of India's largest stock exchanges. Thousands of companies are listed in it. bse is a brain disease in cows.. it wasfound in great Britain in 1986

How has BSE been eradicated from the cattle population?

BSE stands for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy and is a disease of the bovine brain. It is also known as mad cow disease. BSE still exists today. In the past, when cows are known to be infected with this disease, they are usually slaughtered. Additionally, there is a ban on meat and bone meal, as this is a risk factor for cows contracting the disease. In 2012, a dairy cow in California tested positive for BSE. BSE is still a threat and has not been totally eradicated.

How do cows get mad cow?

Cows contract BSE from eating contaminated feed laced with the prions from cows that have died of BSE or had BSE and entered the animal food chain. These dead cows or sheep or goats get ground up and mixed with feed to be fed to other ruminants. Chicken feces that are fed to cows (yes, cows do eat chicken feces) can also have the prions because the chickens were fed animal by-products. Cows can also get BSE from the milk of their dams when they're calves, or even from the blood that the cow shares with her calf in the womb. BSE is also thought to spread through genetics. Since the feed ban in 1995 in Canada (and around the same time in the States), it was suspected that cases around 2005 would pop up. Since then, if the feed ban is still in effect and no one is feeding animal by-products to ruminants (which may not be likely, as there still maybe some idiots who still feed their cattle animal byproducts), no more BSE cases should pop up in the USA and Canada.

What percentage of USA cows are tested for mad cow disease?

All animals that get slaughtered are inspected for signs of BSE.

What has been done to stop the spread of BSE?

the British government took steps to stop the spread of BSE, banning the use of bovine offal in feed and other products and ordering the slaughter of infected cows.

Has there been a change in breeds of cows in the UK since BSE and foot and mouth?

No. The breed of cattle has nothing to do with foot and mouth or BSE. Every breed is susceptible to getting these diseases, not one is more or less susceptible than the other.

Functions of bse?

definition of bse

Full form of bse?

BSE: Bombay Stock Exchange.

How many companies are listed in bse and nse?

in bse 30companies

When was BSE Pro created?

BSE Pro was created in 2005.

How does BSE spread and how has the governments around the world attempt to prevent outbreaks?

BSE spreads if the original organism who has it, in this case the cows, is eaten by another organism, in this case would be the humans. The governments around the world have tried to prevent outbreaks by banning people to kill the cows for food if they are over 30 months of age. In most cases, BSE has been seen in bovines at the start of age four. Hence the reason why some govs have prevented eating bovine that are over 30 months old. Other govs around the world have refused to import, or banned the import of, livestock from other countries where BSE exists. They have additional protections for their own bovine to reduce the chances of the country's people getting BSE. I hope this answers your question, and to those who are reading it, I hope this makes sense.

How are companies listed in BSE and NSE?

how the company listed in BSE/NSE

Is cow brains healthy to eat?

No. Brains of cows is where you have one of the highest chances of contracting the human form of BSE or Mad Cow Disease, a disease which has no cure nor treatment.

How long before you can give blood if you were in England in 1989 due to mad cows disease?

Currently the prohibition on giving blood if you were present in the UK during the BSE outbreak is permanent.

First company that as listed in BSE?

plz tell me how many companies in bse &nse plz tell me how many companies in bse &nse

Is uninor a telecommunication company listed in BSE?

plz uninor for the bse coad

How does company get listed on bse and nse?

how dose company get listed on BSE or NSE

How is BSE calculated?

bovine spongiform encephalopathy is calculated by looking at the cows uncoordinated movements, change in attitude, change in behavior, trouble standing and walking, weight loss despite having an appetite, decreased milk production and the cows tissue will become a spongy like substance.

Are cows herbivores?

Yes, cows are classified as herbivores. Their primary nutritional intake is plant matter - grasses, weeds, leaves, etc.Yes. They have been tried to change into cannibalistic omnivores by feeding them powder made of cow bones, but that was only smart until BSE was discovered.Yes.

What turns into fiber?

Recently I have pioneered a project to send up 6 million cows and horses into space. It is to test to see if they could contract BSE, and sadly, they all did, all of them, including the horses.

How do cows get bovine spongiform encephalopathy?

Cows become infected with the prion that causes bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) by ingesting it. The prion is a misfolded protein found primarily in the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). When a cow died with BSE and was rendered (basically cooked down into unrecognizable amino acids), the prion was not broken down. This rendered bovine protein was then added back to cow's rations to provide them a balanced nutritional diet - but it also infected them with the prion.

What is bhavcopy of bse and nse?

The bhavcopy of bse and nse refers to the historical quotes data of companies.

When was BSE Tower - Bucharest - created?

BSE Tower - Bucharest - was created in 2003.

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