Therefore, the objective of the current study was to compare a range of proximate composition, physic-chemical quality-related traits of the muscle from entire and castrate elk after producing velvet antler.
Physicochemical characteristics of entire and castrate elk are presented in Table 2.
The color [L.sup.*], [a.sup.*], and [b.sup.*] values of muscles were higher in castrate than the entires (p<0.05).
Fatty acid composition and cholesterol of entire and castrate elk are shown in Table 3.
These big gauchos would arrive on their horses carrying big swords, lasso a bull, hold the animal down and castrate
it with one clean swipe of their blades.
While castrate and its derivatives had more hits than either neuter and emasculate, it was used predominantly to describe castration of animals, or punitive measures for sexual offenders.
Many jokes show that to castrate a man is to ridicule him and to undermine his status.
On Martin Luther King, Jr., Nobel Laureate: "Maybe they ought to castrate him, so he can win the No-Ball [Nobel] Prize." (A quip circulating in Arlington, Texas, 1966, as quoted in Legman, 1975, p.
Thirteen percent of quotes involving variations of eunuch, castrate and neuter were used in the context of direct threats.
At 12 weeks of age, the pigs were transferred to the University of London Wye College Pig Unit and divided into three groups, each consisting of five castrates and five boars.
Age/weight at slaughter did not have a significant effect on the weight of total lipid but total lipid in castrates was significantly higher (+9.8g) than in boars (P<0.05.
Similarly, castrates had a much lower (P<0.01) concentration of 18:2 than boars (16.40g vs.
The castrates fat was also significantly firmer (P<0.0) than boars.
People castrate you to make themselves feel better.
Media and business are in bed together (if you're wondering where advertising is, it's standing outside the bedroom, pimping them both out) and their job is to castrate your sense of free will.