This study was conducted to establish data on mastitis
in she-camels in Jordan. Milk samples were collected from 90 dromedary
camels in south province of Jordan. California Mastitis Test (CMT) gave
results with 70 milk samples; 42 samples (60%) showed positive CMT. Infection
with some bacterial species was associated with positive CMT. About 21%
of the camels revealed clinical signs of mastitis. The highest percentage
of bacterial count, which range from 3.0x102 to <3.0x103
cfu mL-1, was founded in the milk samples. The most predominant
bacterial isolates were Micrococcus spp.,Staphylococcus aureus,
Streptococcus spp. and Corynebacterium spp. Gentamycin, Ampicillin
and Tetracycline were the most effective antimicrobial agents against
the bacterial isolates.
28 April, 2010
yahia ismayl: iam very requast to this artical and same as it for my research in master degree in vete science
20 May, 2010
Azami Dawood Hawari: Dear Mr yahia Ismayl ,
I HAVE RECIEVED YOUR COMMENTS ON THE PUBLISHED PAPER TITELED ( Mastitis in One Humped She-Camels ) .
I DIDN'T UNDERSTAND YOUR COMMENTS , COULD YOU PLEASE CLEAR WHAT YOU WANT , PLEASE SEND ME MESSAGE DIRECT TO MY EMAIL .
02 June, 2010
Azmi Dawood Hawari: Dear Mr.Yahia Ismayl,
Iam waiting your reply on my message which sent to you before about ten days.
Dr. Azmi Dawood Hawari