Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy refers to

A. Brain Fever

B. Mad Cow Disease

C. Enteric Fever

D. Poultry Diarrhoea

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  6. Which one is called anti-haemorrhagic vitamin?
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  17. Timberline shows
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  19. The 'mad-cow disease' (Jakob-Creutzfeldt disease) is produced by certain
  20. Food substances are substances by
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  22. Best growth of plants is attained if they are supplied with
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  25. Dialysis is used when there is a failure of
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