In 2009 Bangor University surveyed 574 producers at agricultural shows and found that just over a third had sheep scab
in their flocks in the previous five years.
A university-based unit started four patients in May 2011 utilizing this method of scab
removal, and by February 2012, with 460 cannulations (100+ in each patient), they have not had a single access infection (personal communication).
The day after they returned to work, the secretary of the scab
union wrote in complaint to the Commissioner of Police that the wharfies had started to 'terrorise and interfere' with his members.
is a 20-item scale designed to measure the five components of creativity noted above.
Hearst and Pulitzer think that they can break us by hiring more scabs
: When planting your potato sets put some wilted comfrey leaves in with them to prevent scab
As the clot dries and gets hard, a scab
forms to keep out germs and dirt.
I have this really disgusting scab
that is very big.
In the spring of 1934, union organizers arranged for Minneapolis truckers to go on a series of strikes and protest scab
Oddly, the film's emotional peak--Billy's dad tries to become a scab
to pay for his son's big audition--produces the show's weak point ("He Could Be a Star").
In 2004 western donors pledged almost SCAB
The results of these studies provide evidence that the SCAB
is internally consistent, exhibits good initial construct validity through factor analysis, measures a stable trait, and is not related to social desirability.
Furthermore, the enhanced screening capabilities of the repertoire of libraries allow for the more rapid assessment of ScAb
proteins of desired specificity by use of high-throughput screening methods.
MESSAGE: Prevent loss due to scab
(Fusarium Head Blight).
Another issue is a particular variety's vulnerability to common diseases such as scab
or fire blight.