Blood cellular elements and serum proteins in Desert sheep in the Sudan
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Hassan, Y.M. and Abdel-Wahab, M.F. 1967. Blood cellular elements and serum proteins in Desert sheep in the Sudan. Sudan Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandery 8(2): 97-103.
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The blood cellular elements of thirty desert sheep are reported. Values obtained are in agreement with those previously published in other countries with a slight insignificant increase or decrease. Determination of the serum total and differential proteins gave an average value of 6.93 + 0.465 g . This value is more or less close to that found by other authors for serum protein in sheep i.e. 6.69 + 0.23 g. Sedimentation rate values are found to be 1.35 + 1.60. This high deviation was due to the great difference between maximum and minimum values.
Livestock breed typesSUDAN DESERT
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