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- Padalino, B.; Rateb, S.A.; Ibrahim, N.B.; Monaco, D.; Lacalandra, G.M.; El-Bahrawy, K.A.
- Theriogenology 2016 v.85 no.9 pp. 1644-1651
- Camelus dromedarius, etc ; adults; artificial insemination; bulls; camels; corpus luteum; defecation; estrus; females; monitoring; tail; ultrasonography; urination; vulva; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... This pilot study was conducted to test the hypothesis that female camels behave differently in various ovarian phases in the presence of a restrained male camel. The aim was to identify behavioral patterns which could be used as indicators to detect ovulatory phase by visual observation in the presence of a restrained virile bull. Twenty-four healthy, nonpregnant, and nonlactating adult females we ...
- Ghoneim, I.M.; Waheed, M.M.; Al-Eknah, M.M.; Al-raja'a, A.
- Theriogenology 2016 v.86 no.3 pp. 894-898
- Camelus dromedarius, etc ; alkaline phosphatase; aspartate transaminase; blood serum; calcium; camels; cholesterol; corpus luteum; cortisol; creatine kinase; creatinine; dystocia; glucose; magnesium; nitric oxide; phosphorus; progesterone; prostaglandins; triacylglycerols; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... The present study compared some of the hormonal and biochemical constituents of serum from eutocic and dystocic one-humped camels (Camelus dromedarius). Sera were harvested from eutocic (n = 9) and dystocic (n = 20) camels within the first 15 minutes after delivery. Although there were no differences in the concentrations of estradiol-17β (E2) and prostaglandin F2α (PGF2α) between the eutocic and ...