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Differences in nitrogen composition and lactodynamographic values of ewe's milk in relation to somatic cell content



Differences in nitrogen composition and lactodynamographic values of ewe's milk in relation to somatic cell content



Zootecnica e Nutrizione Animale 17(2): 99-105



In samples of morning milk collected from 30 Comisana sheep throughout lactation total casein decreased and total serum proteins and pH increased significantly with increasing somatic cell content (SCC). Relative percentage of alpha s-casein, beta -casein and beta -lactoglobulin decreased and that of serum albumin and immunoglobulin increased. alpha -Lactalbumin was unchanged. The lactodynamographic values, coagulation time and clot formation rate increased significantly with increasing SCC.

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