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Studies on the seasonal variations in the blood constituents of Indian camel (Camelus dromedarius)

, : Studies on the seasonal variations in the blood constituents of Indian camel (Camelus dromedarius). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 1974; 43(7): 642-644

Mean total serum protein was 6.85 g/100 ml in winter and 6.34 g/100 ml in summer; packed cell volume was 39.00 in summer and 35.61% in winter; both differences were highly significant. Mean specific gravity of blood was 1.054 in summer and 1.050 in winter; the difference was not significant. The total eosinophile count was 1275/mm3 in summer and 1257/mm3 in winter.


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