Over use of antibiotics. Over use of antibiotics and hormones in animal feed. Lifting the veil on our nation's food industry, exposing how our nation's food supply is now controlled by a handful of corporations.
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...animals. Malaysian Health Minister Datuk Chua Jui Meng has recently revealed that half the chickens sold in the country contained cancer-causing nitrofuran. US Food and Drug Administration has recently ordered the poultry and pork industry to stop treating stock with two nitrofurans (furazolidone and nitrofurazone), citing cancer risks (The dangers of antibiotics in animal feed). This paper briefly analyses the cons of feeding animals with antibiotics and hormones. Cons of using Antibiotics and Hormones in Animal feeds Margaret Mellon, Ph.D, JD, director of the food and environment programme for the Union of Concerned Scientists has mentioned... Over Use of Antibiotics and Hormones in Animal Feeds...
Animal Rights versus Animal Welfare
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...animals and humans is mutually beneficial. Man obtains food from the animals in return the animals are protected from disease and danger. Both groups of activists have promoted the coexistence between man and animals (Rollin 43). People for the ethical treatment of animals abbreviated as PETA is an animal rights organization that focuses on animal use in the lab, farm, entertainment industry and the clothing industry. The organization started on 1980 by Newkirk and Alex Pacheco. The organization beliefs include elimination of research based on animals as test subjects. End the use of animals for agricultural use, end the trade... Animal Rights versus Animal Welfare Animals are part of the environment...
Animal Ethics
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...animal welfare of the poultry industry. V. Hypothesis: The current laws are not sufficient to protect animals and there is a need for this to be amended. VI. Theoretical framework: The study will be focused into protection for farm animals, particularly, the chicken. I will discuss some reasons why it is important and describe how understanding these concerns can be useful in designing regulations for sustainable development of animals. VII. Literature review Animals have rights that should be protected. This is the contention of People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty... Cover Page Animal Research Laws and Regulation for the protection of...
Animal Cruelty
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...animals due to large industries, fur industry, animals being adopted for entertainment purpose, factor farming, research and development activities, etc. C. Global Context Animal cruelty is spread across the globe but there are some specific countries that encompass highest cruelty or ill-treatment cases. Netherlands accounts for large number of cases where animals are slaughtered. Live animal’s trading is a common concept in Netherlands like swans, horses, dogs, etc. Other forms of cruelty prevalent in this region are butchering dogs and baby chicks being disposed. Greece is also known for various activities which adversely affects likelihood of animals. The country is famous... ID: Animal Cruelty...
Animal Welfare
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...animal welfare in some firms at the expense of huge profits. A study done by Farm Animals Welfare Council (FAWC) in 1992 to ascertain the state of affairs in chicken farming industry... Animal Welfare Abstract The nutritional shift from red meat to white meat in this age of fast food has created huge demand for white meat production. The huge demand has therefore led to large scale commercial animal farming. Chicks for beef chicken - also called broilers – for instance, are currently chosen genetically to give faster growing breeds with good beef. This process of farming often disregards the welfare of the animal. This report explores the conflict between cheap food and the well-being of farm animals. Al...
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...animal farming. Chicks for beef chicken - also called broilers – for instance, are currently chosen genetically to give faster growing breeds with good beef. This process of farming often disregards the welfare of the animal. This report explores the conflict between cheap food and the well-being of farm animals. Also explored in the report is the likelihood of people paying more to get organic chicken meat. This report highlights some of the best and worst farming trends in European countries and discusses... the effects of such practices on the welfare of the animal. Further, it suggests good farming practices and some alternative to fast animal farming....
Animal Rights
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...animal. For example, there is a game played in Spain in which a person fights with a bull and tortures the bull until death. This is a very unpleasant and cruel behavior towards animals. To eliminate such behaviors and other forms of cruelty, animal rights activists raise their voice. This is the most intense degree of animal cruelty, which needs to be taken seriously not only by the animal rights activists but also by the government of such countries where such incidents occur. Let us take another example of animal cruelty. It is a fact that a dairy cow must give birth frequently in order to be able to produce milk. In today’s farming industry, the dairy... Animal Rights Before going into the discussion...
Animal Right
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...Industry Finally Change?” 2008. Huffington Post. Peninsula Peace and Justice Center. Web. 7 Sept 2010. Mill, John Stuart. “Utilitarianism.” Ten Great Works of Philosophy. Ed. Robert Paul Wolff. New York: Penguin Books Ltd., 1969. Print. “Universal Declaration of Animal Rights.” 2010. Informations. Network Schweiz – Brasil. Web. 7 Sept 2010. ... John Stuart Mill’s Utilitarianism on Animal Rights The fact remains that “we eat animals everyday, [and that] Tyson, the largest meat processor in the country, slaughters 222,000 heads of cattle a week, the equivalent of 1,321 an hour, seven days a week” (Lappe). Nevertheless, humans justify these acts of cruelty to...
Animal Rights
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...animals are also used, where animals are exposed to excruciating pain in order to die, or in order to prove a point (“The Fur Industry…”). This is especially so with fur farms that are said to apply the cheapest means available in the extermination of animals for the desired purpose. As such, some are suffocated, electrocuted, gassed or even poisoned in order to save on the cost of procuring the desired products. Considering means of killing, some of the animals used in research do not live with their most basic needs of life being met. This is regarding the filthy... Sarah Alkhalifah Hazleton English 101 Dec. 6, Animal Rights Animal research has been used to achieve great milestones on many fields...
Animal Experimentation
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...animals as used in the food industry, laboratory animalas are bred for science and experimental purposes and therefore will guarantee improvement in this field of science, that is, in medical and cosmetic industries, pharmaceutical and household companies can improve their products by testing tem on animals, this will automatically lead to a better life quality and very satisfied customers. .(Van der ven, 2009)  Besides the advantages there are also disadvantages like the cost of housing the animal and the necessity of the products, these are some of the factors which need to be considered more often when using the laboratory anima. Therefore alternative tests... ?Abdulaziz Alzahrani (Aziz) EAP 150 Dr....
Animal Cruelty
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...Animal cruelty is also seen in the food production industry. Animals used for food generally consist of chickens, cows, calves, pigs, ducks, and other. These animals are forced to live in jam-packed, stressful conditions. Most of these animals are filthy and unable to comfortably lie down. Their bodies are deprived of exercise or injected with drugs to speed up the growth process. 95% of animals killed a year are for food. If the entire population would become vegetarians, 6 billion animals per year would be saved (Factory Farming: Cruelty to Animals). In the U.S. 42 million cows are killed for meat and dairy every year. Without painkillers, most cows... Animal cruelty Introduction What is animal ...
Animal rights
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...industry has been achieved through these tests. The care and rights of the animals limit or rather control the type and level of tests that the animals can receive the thus safety of the animals is also assured. Furthermore, the animals receive good treatment while not in use, and they are only used for vital tests. Common values The common values between the pros and cons of the preceded discussion are that they are both intended to improve well-being of humans and at the same time ensure the safety of the animals used in the lab. The system can be made better by carrying more research to improve techniques for assuring the safe existence and usage of the animals. Also... Introduction Variations and...
Animal Cruelty
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...animal seriously, such as, starving the animal. Here, we will discuss an active act of cruelty- abuse with dairy cows in factory farming. For a dairy cow to be able to produce milk, she must give birth frequently. In today’s farming industry, the dairy cows are forcefully made pregnant by artificial insemination so that they are able to give birth to calves every year. The pregnancy duration for a cow is the same as humans, that is, nine month. Thus, giving birth every year is a very tedious job for a cow. Even after birth while the lactation is going on, insemination is done and cows are again made pregnant for the reason that they may...
Animal testing on cosmetics
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...animal testing for the cosmetic industry The use of animals in experiments for researchhas been documented since the beginning of scientific research. The use of animals for tests has often been a bone of contention between the scientists and animal rights activists more so in the cosmetic field as the activists feel that it is unnecessary cruelty that does not bring any benefit to the rest of mankind. Many alternatives have been supported by the anti-test supporters including computer simulation model but they have been declined due to their inability to calculate all the variables that show up when an animal is used. As shown below there are many reasons... Lecturer: The Ugly Truth: An analysis of...
Human and Animal Interrelationships
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...animals in a cruel manner says a lot about the society. A growing number of ethicists have criticized the treatment of livestock in factory farms. The ethicists and the philosophers are contemplating on the need to change the society attitude on the treatment of animals. Each has a moral obligation to examine and evaluate the issues of animal welfare. Industrial farming has been present only for a couple of years compared to a couple of centuries of the history of human agriculture. The inhumane treatment... Human and Animal Interrelationships al Affiliation) Should it matter how animals are housed and treated if they are going to be killed for consumption later? Introduction Statistics shows that appro...
For or against animal testing
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...animals in researched phased out, it still remains as a long term goal (European Forum for Good Clinical Practice). If the practice is to stop now without alternatives in place, it would have a damaging effect on the research and development of new medicines that may save a lot of people. The fact remains that people still want safe medicines. The workshop has provided an avenue for different perspectives to be discussed. Key actors from different stand points were given an opportunity to share their opinions. A member from the European Parliament, representatives from the pharmaceutical industry, the animal protection group, the ethics committee... An Argument For Animal Testing There is a raging ...
Animal rights in islam - Animal Law
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...animals, and man’s obligation to treat them with humanity, London: John Mardon, 1838 11. EJP, “Israel will not accept restrictions on Jewish religious freedom in Europe”, European Jewish Press, January 8, 2012, March 11, 2012 from: http://www.ejpress.org/article/55415 12. Emrullah, Ali Bin & Muhammed Hadimi, Ethics of Islam, Turkey: Hakikat Kitapevi, 2001 13. Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, Good Practices for the Meat Industry, Rome: Food and Agriculture Organisation, 2004 14. Franklin, Julian H. “Animal Rights... Animal Rights in Islam – Animal Law Animals have equal rights like human beings to live freely on this planet without the fear of getting killed or tortured....
Animal Testing and Rgihts
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...Animals are also used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries to test drugs and cosmetics before market release. According to AWA reports, the U.S government estimated that the number of laboratory animals used in 2010 alone was about 1,136,567. “Precise figures for the number of rats, mice, birds and fish do not exist, but it is estimated that approximately 25 million of these animals are used every year” (animal Reports Animal Usage by Fiscal year, 1-2). Vivisection is not just using of animals for scientific purposes alone; it also involves the inhumane treatment meted out to them. They are kept in cages in dark laboratories, fed poorly and stored for experimentation alone. The lab... Animal...
Animal Agriculture in Ukraine
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...animals, and antiquated meat processing equipment. The aggregate situation beyond the year 2010 is predicted to be positive with increases in the numbers of poultry and pigs and an improvement in the numbers of cattle, (USUBC, 2008). Cattle Farming Cattle farming primarily define two key industries; the dairy and the meat industries. In Ukraine, most of the milk producing Farms are located in Central and North-Western regions of the country. Official... ?World Animal Resources Appropriate Animal Agriculture in Ukraine Appropriate Animal Agriculture in Ukraine Background Animal agriculture in Ukraine has undergone extensive transformation since the country gained independence in 1991. The second largest...
Animal
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...Animal In the year 2146, the world will have faced diverse climatic change. This change, is believed to be caused mostly by increased human activities and industrialization, has affected not only the vegetation, human beings but also animals. This includes domestic, wild animals, both land and aquatic animals. In my case, I will discuss on Cycopus Bear (Kingsolver, 56). This is a fiction animal that temperate climatic conditions especially along the equatorial regions. This mammal has being biologically created by United Nations random animal generator machine. The Cycopus Bear is a hairy mammal, in the family of Ursidae. Its body is not large as the common bear. The male bear has brown... Fictional...
Appropriate Animal Agriculture in Ukraine
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...animals, and antiquated meat processing equipment. The aggregate situation beyond the year 2010 is predicted to be positive with increases in the numbers of poultry and pigs and an improvement in the numbers of cattle, (USUBC, 2008). Cattle Farming Cattle farming primarily define two key industries; the dairy and the meat industries. In Ukraine, most of the milk producing Farms are located in Central and North-Western regions... World Animal Resources Appropriate Animal Agriculture in Ukraine Appropriate Animal Agriculturein Ukraine Background Animal agriculture in Ukraine has undergone extensive transformation since the country gained independence in 1991. The second largest country in Europe aft...
Animal diseases and how effect in human
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...animal domestication, particularly the living and housing conditions of highly domesticated animals considerably create risks of exposure to disease-carrying organisms (Wyld 110). This thesis analyzes the current human health risks posed by the growing livestock industry, and the legal aspect of and solution to this problem. Overview of the Livestock Disease Problem The risks of disease can be prevented or lessened with proper techniques of animal domestication. Unfortunately, management of animal resources is largely tied to sustaining or boosting efficiency or output. Before, cattleman could care for animals more thoroughly. Nowadays... Livestock Disease: A Perennial Human Health Risk...
Horse Industry and Equine Law
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...Industry and Equine Law Introduction The equine industry is one among the major animal industry in the world. This is because horses - the layman's term for equine - are one of the most expensive animals to buy and to take care of. Equines can be considered as pet for animal lovers, a practical means of transport within the farm or to country-side areas, and also a good form of business in a way of breeding and acing quality horses. Indeed, there are a number of uses that can be applied for the horses. This is the very reason why the equine industry has been receiving great attention both from the government sector and the private animal-related organizations... to be beneficial among...
For and against a national animal identification system in the U.S.
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...Animal Identification System. Newfoundland: Nova Science Pub Inc, 2008. Print Ondersteijn, Christien J. M. Quantifying the Agri-Food Supply Chain. London: Springer, 2006. Print Shames, Lisa. National Animal Identification System: USDA Needs to Resolve Several Key Implementation Issues to Achieve Rapid and Effective Disease Traceback. Washington: DIANE Publishing, 2008. Print States, National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on the Economic Development and Current Status of the Sheep Industry in the United. Changes in the Sheep Industry in the United States: Making the Transition from Tradition. Washington: National...
For and Against a National Animal Identification System in the U.S.
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We must ban animal testing
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...animals experience suffering and are ultimately killed in various kinds of experiments even though modern alternatives have demonstrated that they can produce more accurate results compared to the animal tests Background/context Animals testing, which is also known as in vivo testing involves the use of animals that are not human in testing some where some of the experiments entail the observation of the behavior of the animals. These tests are conducted in universities, medical institutions, drug companies and commercial facilities that provide the services to other industries. Some of the research entails pure research like genetics, developmental biology... Lecturer: Animal testing should be banned...
Employment Law for Animal Care
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...Animal Care & Service Workers Yve L. This research dwells on the rights of animal care and service workers and the pertinent laws relevant in their work environment. Yvonne Marie Leyson Professor Doe Employment Law 27 April 2006 Employment law for Animal Care-givers Our society in its clamor for freedom created an awareness and recognition of equal opportunity among employees in the workplace. It is a worker's performance that gets a job done, his cultural, religious or gender background has nothing to do with his quality of work. In fact, the sense of acceptance in the workplace allows an employee the chance to grow mentally and emotionally. Employees... Employment Law for...
Human/animal ethics documentation
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...industry. It has been analyzed that patient violence... of Research Project Ethical Concerns Related to the Safety of Mental Health Providers Section Researchers Chief Investigator(s) (Title given name family name) School or Research Centre Qualifications Phone Haitham Al majzoub School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health Co-Investigator(s)/Assistants(s) Name: (Title given name family name) School or Research Centre Qualifications Phone If a chief or co-investigator is a student: Student ID No Student Subject Code Course Name (Hons Masters PhD etc) Title and name of Supervisor(s) School / Research Centre / External Organisation Qualifications Phone Address to which correspondence should be fo...
King Ranch: A Revolutionary Story in the History of Agriculture
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...Animal Industry (Pryor 2005, 144-145). New statutes mandated the protection of domestic animals from harmful or infectious illnesses; instituting quarantine policies and regulations; and establishing fines and punishments for disobediences. Mr. Kleberg supplied tools for experimenting dips, and within five years thousands of tick-ridden domestic livestock was tried in the vat to verify the effectiveness of different mixtures (Cypher 1996, 77). The Fort Worth Stockyards constructed a massive dipping vat in 1897 for further chemical experiments (Denhardt 1995, 95). In that year, cattle... King Ranch: A Revolutionary Story in the History of Agriculture Introduction One of the most remarkable illustrations...
Cosmetic industry
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...animal testing to be a way to protect humans (PETA). Moreover, laws have been made to prevent animal testing. For instance testing cosmetics on animals is unlawful in the European Union since September 2004, also testing individual ingredients of cosmetics on animals has been made unlawful since March 2009 (European Commission Consumer Affairs). In America the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) makes laws regarding cosmetic industry within the US. Alternative testing methods include genomic and computer-sculpting tactics, complex in vitro and examination of human patients and paid volunteers (PETA). Such methods are cheaper than animal testing and result in relevant and reliable findings. 2... Introducti...
Animal Rights Style and Subsrance An Assesment
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...animals for the good of animals which conforms to ethical criteriawhen it is experimentation in general as a scientific tool used to gain knowledge" (459). In other words, this 'tool' will help the animals too, and result in the "greatest balance of good over evil", which is justification enough. Throughout the piece, the voice of authority speaks out, supported by examples of the benefits to science and mankind achieved by animal experimentation, even citing the cosmetics industry as an innocent participant in the processes. He takes... Animal Rights: Style and Substance - An Assessment The articles chosen for examination are as follows: "Why Worry About the Animals", Jean Bethke Elshtain (1995),...
Meat Inspection-Theory and Reality
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...Animal Industry in 1906 refuted Sinclair’s claims about unsanitary conditions. Accusations made by the Neil- Reynolds report also seem not to hold as they did not have experience and knowledge of how the meat packing industry operated at the time. Their main aim of going to inspect the Chicago facilities was to identify faults so as to enable them pass the legislation. As noted within the public also that the big four firms in the industry were unhappy with the new legislation, it turns out that the firms were indeed supportive of the new piece of legislation. At a meeting with the government before the bill was passed,...
Proposal Argument using a persuasive strategy Topic : "Industrial Animal Agriculture in the U.S"
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...Animal Waste It is widely known that the industrialization of animal farms in the latter half of the 20th century has greatly contributed to pollution as well as environmental degradation and a negative impact on human and animal health. The main problem is animal wastes and manure, which affect both animals and humans. Nevertheless, the agricultural waste system can convert the animal wastes from the industrialized animal farms in the United States in order to significantly reduce degradation of the environment. Intensive confinement of animals in large farms and other industrial settings leads to rapid disease transmission... and separation for the various aspects of production. Third,...
Animal Captivity of Orcas Should Be Banned
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...industry enables people to have a personal and fulfilling experience with animals they would otherwise have never come across. Eleven million people visit SeaWorld annually to see killer whales (CNN, 2014). The experience is expected to create a better understanding of killer whales. Conclusion The Blackfish documentary has brought an interesting topic that is often ignored during environmental debates. While a case can be made for the use of animals in medical research, it would be difficult to argue their use in entertainment purposes. The danger they pose... Animal Captivity of Orcas Should be banned Animal Captivity of Orcas Should be banned The airing of ‘’Blackfish’’, a documentary...
Cloning in both humans and animal
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...industry in the country. Hence animal cloning carried with it major benefits (Pence 2004, p 17-19). In the United States, the utilization of meat and milk from the cloned animals was prohibited as much research on their safety was considered essential before it was permitted for consumption. A major success was again achieved in the year 2008 when the Food and Drug Administration allowed the utilization and consumption of the products from the cloned animals to be used. The agency issued a newsletter in which they clearly highlighted the fact that there was no harm... Cloning in Animals and Humans Technological advancements have led to new developments and inventions which were considered to be beyond...
The Use of Animal By-products for Human Medicine
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...industrialized nations, where traditional medicine is considered as an alternative form of human medically curative measures and practice. Health depends on the existing biodiversity, as well as the proper natural functionality of the prevailing healthy ecosystems present (111). The Politico-economic and Legal implications of animal-based... The use of Animal By-products for Human Medicine The global population continues from historical times, to rely on various forms of medical applications and products, majorly so, from either plant or animal-based medicines. The field specializing in the extraction, formulation and production of these medicines, is known as ‘zoo-therapy’, with application being in...
Business Ethics- Cosmetic Industry
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...industry The ethicality of an issue is mainly determined by how right or wrong an issue or action is. There are a number of ethical issues faced by cosmetic industry, and in specific the make-up industry. These include testing of products on animals, misleading advertisements concerning the performance of the cosmetic products, inclusion of harmful ingredients into the cosmetic products, unethical alliances between academic institutions and professional dermatologists with cosmetic companies to endorse the use of the company’s products purporting them to be scientifically proven as safe and with high efficacy, and unethical sourcing of products ingredients... ? Business Ethics- Cosmetic industry...
Undertake an investigative project in the animal management sector
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...Animals in Entertainment Introduction Entertainment is a multi billion dollar industry that employs as many people as the diversity in talent would permit. From music, film to competitive games, people identify their talents and capitalize on them to offer entertainment to others who would pay for the fun offered. The monetary gain from entertainment comes from revenues accrued through gate collections or even returns on sales of music or film (Spedding 30). The entertainment industry is viewed as an independent sector whose contribution to any economy can not be overlooked. Governments, in turn, offer support to the industry either through legislative procedures or by creating... the...
Cloning in both humans and animal
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...industry in the country. Hence animal cloning carried with it major benefits (Pence 2004, p 17-19). In the United States, the utilization of meat and milk from the cloned animals was prohibited as much research on their safety was considered essential before it was permitted for consumption. A major success was again achieved in the year 2008 when the Food and Drug Administration allowed the utilization and consumption of the products from the cloned animals to be used. The agency issued a newsletter in which they clearly highlighted the fact that there was no harm... Cloning in Animals and Humans Technological advancements have led to new developments and inventions which were considered to be beyond...
Animal Growth Hormones- Response/Summary Essay
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...Animal Growth Hormone First and of Article Hormones In Food: Should You Worry? Summary Huge salmons twice the size as the normal ones, cows that are capable of producing 15 percent more milk than the usual ones, and beef cows that can grow as much as twenty percent faster -- these are all products of injections, implants (for cows), and genetic engineering (for salmons), which are known to have a high level of growth hormones. The concern of most critics, in regard to these scientific developments, is on whether these products are harmful for human consumption. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the milk of these cows is safe, but to the food industry it is certainly... , the...
Molecular basis of circadian rhythms
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...animal industry as well. Experts would be able to condition the organism to environmental changes. Farmers can manipulate the pthosynthetic activity of the plants to match the appropriate season for crop production. On the other hand, breeders could help their animals adapt to the new environment when they were trade for economic reasons; the same applies to humans when they were exposed to areas with different time zones from the usual... Molecular Basis of Circadian Rhythms The timing of sleep and wakefulness (circadian rhythm) has long been studiedby molecular biologists. Some researchers and experts of the field stated that this cycle is natural to our brain structures while others claimed that it...
Human and Animal Interrelationships from Domestication to Present
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...animal husbandry. They directed their efforts on training plough oxen to walk at the preferred pace when pulling ploughs. Additionally, the staple crops among the Romans included cereals, olives and grapes with cereals providing the main bread for all the citizens in Rome. Moreover, Olive oil and wine was their leading exports. Conclusion The roman economy did not develop into anything complex compared to contemporary economies. It was a slave-based economy whose prime concern was to feed the vast population. However, the Romans contributed to the growth and progress of agricultural-based practices in the society. Works Cited Frank, Tenney. An Economic History of Rome....
Cattle Industry
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...industry worldwide. Cattle industry was an early part of complex social organization and represented wealth. South American grasslands did not have large ruminants before the Spanish and the Portuguese introduced it in United States. Europeans who came to North America brought their livestock with them. Cattle refers to live animals, before giving birth, young calves, cows, bulls and steers. Beef is the meat obtained from these animals. The cattle industry follows a long process before it finally reaches the market in United States. Cattle are raised in three phases before it is processed (Catsup, n.d.). Calves are first raised on pasture and raised land... to market timing. At the same...
Pharmaceutical Industry
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...animals. This is to ensure the safety of administering a new drug to health volunteers and patients (Novartis 2004). Prior to the therapeutic trials in patients, which is the Phase 1 trials, the pharmaceutical company will need to have: the preclinical testing data and findings from the laboratory studies, the manufacturing information, clinical protocols and investigator information in the form of an Investigator's Brochure which will contain all the information about the study drug (MHRA 2006). This information will be required by the licensing authority, which in the UK is the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency as part of the application for a Clinical Trials... Phase trials are ...
Animal Rights
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...Animal Equality Animal Equality is an organization of international stature which strives to give the animal the rights which they should have. Itwas formed in 2006 in the city of Madrid and is currently working in countries of United Kingdom, Spain, Peru, Venuzuela and Colombia. Animal Equality strives to aware people about the harshness that the animals are facing these days and control the inhumane deaths of these species. They try to do this by educating individuals about speciesism and veganism. They carry out activities which would help the general public to know the truth about what is happening...
Animal welfare
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...Animal Welfare Animal welfare is a term that has been used extensively by consumers, corporations, politicians, veterinarians and other people. Although the term is common among these people, the meaning differs considerably among these people. Everyone has a different view on the meaning of animal welfare. Farmers and veterinarians view animal welfare as the physical environment and the body, and if the animal is faring well that is it is healthy and producing well (Hewson 496). Animal research in regards to the animal welfare has primarily focused on the body and they...
Animal Research
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...Animal research and the rights of animals al affiliation) Introduction Person for the ethical treatment of animals (PeTA) is an organization concerned with animal rights and is based in Virginia in the United States of America. The organization advocates for the rights of the animals throughout the world. Their slogan asserts that animals do not belong to the people to be won, eaten, experiment on, abused or used for entertainment. One of the main focuses of the organization is to prevent use of the animals in conducting scientific experiments (Varner, 2010). Many scientific experiments are conducted on animals before being directed to the human being. Among the tests done on animals... are...
Animal Behaviour
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...Animal Behaviour ‘Ethical consideration for the laboratory based studies on animals’ Medical Researchers need to device methods and drugs to combat diseases. They need to ascertain that a particular drug is safe for human use and they need to record any harmful effects it can cause in a human being, for these reasons and more a lot of experiments are need to be done on living organisms. Experimenting on animals is necessary when it unethical and impractical to experiment on humans. However, it is established that a lot of these experiments cause pain and sufferings to the animals and reduces their quality of life. It is...
Meat Industry Essay
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...Industry in US Rapid consolidation In the United States, there has been a rapid expansion of animal production and this has strengthened the meat industry. This industry is being ruled by a number of large corporate houses. Majority of the meat in America is processed by these corporations at lower costs. The meat industry is in a process of continuous consolidation. In 2005, there were four companies that were engaged in processing of 80 percent of the nation’s beef. 60 percent of pork in the United States is processed in three among these four companies. These four companies produce more than half... of the country’s chicken and are engaged in processing of broiler chicken and the same goes...
Animal rights
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...Animal Rights Introduction The world holds a strong position with regard to rights and respect. Advocates and lawyers hold high positions and stands pertaining to the rights of a human being in the public world. Little however is known concerning the rights of animals. Scientists and the general public bridge the power of most animals in varied research and extensions. Human beings tend to overlook the point that the general human race form pargt and parcel of the animals in the globe. The inflictions of pain, subject to stress, or even murder in the name of research are all issues facing the animal society in the today’s world. In that regard therefore... Saeed Almarar Dr. Gillete ENG 108 MW 9:AM 4/20...
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