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eBook Desertification Combat And Food Safety: The Added Value Of Camel Producers (Nato Science Series I: Life and Behavioural Sciences) ePub

eBook Desertification Combat And Food Safety: The Added Value Of Camel Producers (Nato Science Series I: Life and Behavioural Sciences) ePub

by Bernard Faye,Palmated Esenov

  • ISBN: 1586034731
  • Category: Agricultural Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Bernard Faye,Palmated Esenov
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: IOS Press; 1 edition (March 30, 2005)
  • Pages: 225
  • ePub book: 1758 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1106 kb
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NATO Science Series: I. Life and Behavioural Sciences, 302:146-151. A total of 24 camel milk samples were aseptically collected from producers in Erer (n 12), and wholesalers and retailers (n 12) along the chain.

NATO Science Series: I. IOS Press, Washington, DC. Article · January 2005 with 6 Reads. Milk quality parameters were analyzed following standard procedures. The mean (±SD) total bacteria (TBC), Enterobacteriaceae (EC), coliform (CC), spore-forming bacteria (SFBC) and yeast and mould (YMC) counts of the milk samples analyzed were . ± . 0, . 7, . 1 and . 1 log10 cfu. mL-1, respectively.

The book presents recent studies on camel and desert sciences achieved by Central Asian and NATO countries. It insists on the new trends in sciences and development of camel rearing with the aim to highlight the eminent role of camel producers for the improvement of desert productivity. The book includes topics on selection breeding, camel keeping, productiveness, products and health

362 of NATO Science Series, I: Life and Behavioural Sciences. Most contributors are well-known in the camel sciences community

362 of NATO Science Series, I: Life and Behavioural Sciences. Most contributors are well-known in the camel sciences community. All of them have significantly contributed to a better understanding of camel biology, camel productivity or of the camel as an element of the desert ecosystem.

July 29, 2014 History. 48 tax deductible donation. Desertification Combat And Food Safety: The Added Value Of Camel Produ. Download for print-disabled. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read.

Desertification Combat and Food Safety.

Combat and Food Safety : The Added Value of Camel Producers It insists on the new trends in sciences and development of camel rearing with.

Desertification Combat and Food Safety : The Added Value of Camel Producers. The book presents recent studies on camel and desert sciences achieved by Central Asian and NATO countries. The book includes topics on selection breeding, camel keeping, productiveness, products and health.

Workshop, Desertification combat and food safety: the added value of camel producers. Ashkhabad (Turkmenistan), 19-22 April 2004, In Vol

Workshop, Desertification combat and food safety: the added value of camel producers. Ashkhabad (Turkmenistan), 19-22 April 2004, In Vol. 362 NATO Sciences Series, Life and Behavioural Sciences, B. Faye and P. Esenov (Eds). IOS press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 194-199. Cite this paper as: Meldebekova . Konuspayeva . Diacono . Faye B. (2008) Heavy Metals and Trace Elements Content in Camel Milk and Shubat from Kazakhstan. In: Faye . Sinyavskiy Y. (eds) Impact of Pollution on Animal Products. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series Series C: Environmental Security.

Lactoferrin of camel milk of Kazakhstan

Lactoferrin of camel milk of Kazakhstan. Source: Desertification Combat and Food Safety: the Added Value of Camel Producers Book Series: NATO SCIENCE SERIES, SUB-SERIES I: LIFE AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES Volume: 362 Pages: 158-167 Published: 2005. Times Cited: 0 (from Web of Science).

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The book presents recent studies on camel and desert sciences achieved by Central Asian and NATO countries. It insists on the new trends in sciences and development of camel rearing with the aim to highlight the eminent role of camel producers for the improvement of desert productivity. The book includes topics on selection breeding, camel keeping, productiveness, products and health. The publication of those recent results in the camel sciences field contributes to the development of camel production as a part of the desert production and hopefully, to the change of camel status in desert, to be considered as a productive animal rather than a desert ship.

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