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Synonyms for growth

Synonyms for growth

Synonyms for growth

(biology) the process of an individual organism growing organically

a progression from simpler to more complex forms

vegetation that has grown

the gradual beginning or coming forth

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(pathology) an abnormal proliferation of tissue (as in a tumor)

something grown or growing

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However, the growth rate gains with antibiotic growth promotants are less significant with currently used breeds of swine and poultry (Wegener 2003).
Hormonal growth promotants are used to maintain growth during poor pasture conditions, particularly in northern Australia, and within the feedlot industry.
Hormone levels in the meat from animals implanted with growth promotants are much lower than those occurring naturally in beef produced from cows and bulls.
The scientific data leaves no question that government-tested and approved growth promotants, properly regulated, represent no health risk whatsoever to livestock or the public," said Seng.
The medicated feed additives business to be purchased from Pfizer includes a broad range of products for the global livestock industry, including anticoccidials for poultry, growth promotants for swine, antibacterials for poultry, swine and cattle, and a range of other feed additive products used to treat intestinal parasites in livestock.
Verity Farm's Meats are known for their taste borne of the company's strict policy of not utilizing antibiotics, artificial hormones, growth promotants and animal by-products in the production process.
Consumer Reports also found unapproved claims such as "no antibiotics residues" and "no antibiotic growth promotants.
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Canada has set the international gold standard for pork, based on our superior quality, exclusion of growth promotants and sustainable environmental practices.