Session 64. Camelids as emerging food producing species in our changing climate

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Theatre Session

Adaptation of dromedary camels to harsh environmental conditions in arid and semi-arid zones
P. Nagy

The role of camels in food security in the arid zone: meat and milk production potential
invited B. Faye

Phenotypic and genotypic evaluation of camelids, why these species lag behind other livestock
invited P.A. Burger and E. Ciani

Toward a CamelHD BeadChip: the Illumina Greater Good Initiative 2019
E. Ciani, S. Brooks, F. Almathen, A. Eggen and P. Burger

CAMELMILK project 588
M. Garrón Gómez

Review of the genetic variants of milk protein in Old and New World Camelids
A. Pauciullo

Cheese-making ability of dromedary camel milk: comparison with cattle, buffalo, goat and sheep milk
N. Amalfitano, M. Bergamaschi, N. Patel, M.L. Haddi, H. Benabid, F. Tagliapietra, S. Schiavon and G. Bittante

Kisspeptin and RFRP neurons control breeding season but not induction of ovulation in the camel
H. Ainani, N. El Bousmaki, M.R. Achaâban, M. Ouassat, M. Piro, V. Simonneaux and K. El Allali

Production potential of Llama and Alpaca (Domestic South American Camelids) in the Andean Region
invited C. Renieri

Poster Session

Pharmacokinetics of a long-acting progesterone formulation in female camels
H. Chhaibi, A. Tibary and A.J. Campbell

Some hormonal values in relation to foetal age in dromedary camel
S.G. Hassan

Transfer of persistent organic pollutants in camel milk
F. Amutova, M. Delannoy, M. Nurseitova, G. Konuspayeva and S. Jurjanz

Proprieties of young Sahraoui dromedary’s meat
H. Smili, S. Becila, A. Ayad, B. Babelhadj, A. Della Malva, M. Albenzio, M. Caroprese, A. Santillo, A. Sevi, A. Adamou, A. Boudjellal and R. Marino