Chemical Composition and Medicinal Values of Camel Milk

  title={Chemical Composition and Medicinal Values of Camel Milk},
  author={Jilo Tache Kula Dechasa Tegeng},
  journal={Advances in Life Science and Technology},
Out of 25.89 million camel populations on the world 89% are one-humped camels and the remaining 11% are the two-humped. More than 60% of the dromedary camel population is concentrated in the arid areas of North East African countries. Ethiopia ranks third by the number of camel population and second by camel milk production from the globeCamel milk, white gold of the desert is more similar to human milk. Camel milk differs from other ruminant milk as it chemical composition is low cholesterol… Expand
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  • 2019
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