Species Category Title Author Citation
Alpaca Physiology Immunohistochemical characterization of Glucagon-like peptide-1 secreting enteroendocrine cells in neonatal and adult alpaca ileum Smith, C.; Cebra, C.; Heidel, J. Intl. Camelid Health Conf; 2011 - March 3-6; Oregon State Univ.; p. 27
Alpaca Physiology Congenital caudal vertebral malformations in the alpaca (Lama pacos). Vaughan, J.L.; R.A Lonsdale; G. Jackson; D.P. Ryan. Aust Vet J. Brunswick, Vic.: Australian Veterinary Association, 1927-. June 2000. v. 78 (6) p. 412-415
Alpaca Physiology On the morphology of the cerebellum of the alpaca (Lama pacos). Sato Sato, A.; O.T. Kian Tobaru Anat Histol Embryol, June 1976, (ser. C) 5 (2): 105-112.
Alpaca Physiology Alpacas: an alternative lifestyle. Burgess, R.G.   AgVentures. Blackwell, OK: Schatz Pub. Group, c1997-. June/July 2001. v. 5 (3) p. 6-9.
Camel Physiology Physiological and behavioral responses to different watering intervals in lactating camels (Camelus dromedarius) Elhaig MM, Youssef AI, El-Gayar AK. Vet Parasitol. 2013 Nov 15;198(1-2):214-218
Camel Physiology Studies on acid-base status (Stewart's model) of young camels (Camelus dromedarius) after acid-load with NH4Cl Elkhair NM, Hartmann H. Berl Munch Tierarztl Wochenschr. 2010 Mar-Apr;123(3-4):153-9
Camel Physiology Cloning and characterization of the dromedary (Camelus dromedarius) neonatal Fc receptor (drFcRn). Kacskovics I, Mayer B, Kis Z, Frenyó LV, Zhao Y, Muyldermans S, Hammarström L. Dev Comp Immunol. 2006; 30 (12) :1203-15
Camel Physiology Locomotor evolution in camels revisited: A quantitative analysis of pedal anatomy and the acquisition of the pacing gait. Janis, Christine M.; Theodor, Jessica M.; Boisvert, Bethany. Journal Vertebrate Paleontology. 14 March, 2002; 22 (1): 110-121.
Camelid Physiology Evaluation of insulin secretion and action in New World camelids Firshman AM, Cebra CK, Schanbacher BJ, Seaquist ER. Am J Vet Res. 2013 Jan;74(1):96-101
Camelid Physiology Rapid evolution of cytochrome c oxidase subunit II in camelids (Tylopoda, Camelidae). Di Rocco F, Parisi G, Zambelli A, Vida-Rioja L. J Bioenerg Biomembr. 2006 Dec; 38(5-6):293-7
Camelid Physiology Anatomy of the South American Camelidae. I. Digital pads of the llama (Lama glama guanicoe f. d. glama, Linnaeus 1758). [Contribucion a la anatomia de los camelidos sudamericanos. I. Las Almohadillas digitales de la llama (L. glama guanicoe f. d. glama, Linnaeus 1758).] Galotta, D.R.; C.M. Nuevo Freire; J.M. Galotta Rev Cienc Agrar. Buenos Aires, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, Universidad Catolica Argentina. July/Dec 1983. v. 4 (3/4) p. 5-13.
Guanaco Physiology Finding a polydactyly in a free-ranging guanaco (Lama guanicoe) B. Zapata, B.A. Gonzalez, J.C. Marin, J.L. Cabello, W.E. Johnson and O. Skewes Small Ruminant Research 2008; v.76 (3); pp 220-222
Llama Physiology Persistent right aortic arch in a mature llama.   Butt, T.D.; Macdonald, D.G.; Crawford, W.H.  Vet. Rec. London: The British Veterinary Association. Jan 27, 2001. v. 148 (4) p. 118-119.
Llama Physiology Computed tomography of the llama head: technique and normal anatomy. Hathcock, J.T.; D.G. Pugh; R.E. Cartee; L. Hammond Vet Radiol Ultrasound. Raleigh, NC: American College of Veterinary Radiology. July/Aug 1996. v. 36 (4) p. 290-296.
Llama Physiology The jugular vein of the llama (Lama peruana): a clinical note cervical venous anatomy Fowler, M.E. J Zoo Anim Med. Davis: Dept. of Medicine, School of Veterinary Medicine, Univ. of California. June 1983. v. 14 (2) p. 77-78
Llama Physiology On the anatomo-morphological characteristics of the structure and physiological function of the oviduct in camels (Lama and Camelus genera). Steklenev, E.P Int Congr Anim Reprod Artif Insemination [Proc], 1968 (Published 1969), 6th congr., v. 1: 71-74.
Llama Physiology Llamas, weavings, and organic chocolate: multicultural grassroots development in the Andes and Amazon of Bolivia. Healy, Kevin; Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, c2001. xiv, 485 p., [16] p. of plates: ill., maps. Includes bibliographic referenced p. 447-471 and an index.
Vicuna Physiology The physiological impact of wool-harvesting procedures in vicunas (Vicugna vicugna). Bonacic-C; Macdonald-DW Animal-Welfare. 2003, 12(3):387-402
Vicuna Physiology Preliminary physiological assessment of the effects of capture for shearing on vicuna (Vicuna vicuna). Bonacic-C; Macdonald-DW; Gerken-M (ed.); Renieri-C Progress-in-South-American-camelids-research.-Proceedings-of-the-3rd-European-Symposium-and-SUPREME-European-Seminar,-Gottingen,-Germany,-27-29-May-1999. 2001:34-39