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Research Article

Study of the Biochemical Biodiversity of Camel Milk

Table 1

Study of camel milk collected from different regions of Morocco and their comparison with goat’s and cow’s milk.

MilkCamel sourcesTemplates

pH6.43±0.07 6.60±0.01 6.50±0.016.51±0.0856.79±0.016.70±0.01
Density (kg/l)1.028±0.0011.029±0.00051.03±0.00051.029±0.0011.036±0,0011.031±0.001
Acidity (°D)15±117±113±115±218±117±1
proteins (g/l)32.2±0.75033±0.11532.6±0.35132.6±0.432.4±0.52930.2±0.067
fats (g/l)39±1 33±134.9±0.55035.6±3.06636±141±1.050
Sugar (lactose) (g/l)56±1.154 45.6±0.50347.8±0.416c49.8±7.18642±0.57717±1
Ashes (g/l)7.9±0.18±0.18.3±0,4048.06±0.3217.6±0.1527.4±0.060
Flavonoids (mgEQ/l)30±0.529 27±130.15±0.14529.05±1.77625.6±0.32131.3±0.20
Polyphenols (mgGAE/l)37.85±0.1533±1 35.5±0.40435.45±2.42528±139.2±0.2
Vitamin C (mg/l)30±129.6±0,35123±127.53±3.9320±110.7±0.264

: p<0.05 vs. Errachidia.
: p<0.05 vs. Fez-Meknes.
: p<0.05 vs. Dakhla.

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