Normal reference hematological values of one-humped camels
(Camelus dromedarius) kept in Cholistan desert.
Majid et al., "Detection of Babesia caballiin the one-humped Camel
(Camelius dromedarius) using the Reverse Line Block (RLB) in Sudan," The Sudan Journal of Veterinary Research, vol.
Histogenesis of the vagina of the one-humped camel
(Camelus dromedarius): morphological evidence of the histochemical aspects.
However, the supraorbital foramina distance, infraorbital foramina distance, skull length, cranial length and nasal length were 18.3 cm, 6.43 cm, 46.2 cm, 32.5 cm and 13.3 cm, respectively in the Iranian one-humped camels
Keywords: One-humped camel
, superoxide dismutase, manganese superoxide dismutase, reactive oxygen species, anti-oxidant enzyme.
(2000) and Abbasi (2007) in buffalo, the VNOs of both one-humped camel
and Egyptian buffalo in the present study are encapsulated by hyaline cartilage and lined medially with sensory epithelium and laterally with non-sensory epithelium.
(Camelus dromedarius) is found in India, Iran, Iraq, Arabia, Egypt, Sudan, North Africa, Somaliland and many other countries.
Aggad (2010) Breed Variation in Blood Constituents of the One-humped Camel
(Camelus Dromedaries) in Algeria.
Response of one-humped camel
(Camelus dromedarius) to intravenous glucagon injection and to infusion of glucose and volatile fatty acids, and the kinetics of glucagon disappearance from the blood.
Some hematological and biochemical parameters and steroid hormone levels in the one-humped camel
during different physiological conditions.
The one-humped camels
in the Arabian desert are called dromedary camels, and are referred to as the 'ships of the desert'.
While images of one-humped camels
abound in the region, this is the only depiction of a Bactrian camel in the Seeta Valley