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Composition, thermal and rheological behaviour of selected Greek honeys
Abstract Several chemical and physicochemical properties (sugar composition, water content, water activity, colour, viscosity, thermal properties) were determined for 33 Greek honeys from differentExpand
Main European unifloral honeys: descriptive sheets
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Livia PERSANO ODDOa*, Roberto PIROb with the collaboration of: Etienne BRUNEAU, Christine GUYOT-DECLERCK, Monique MORLOT, Harald RUSSMANN, Werner VON DER OHE, Katharine Von der OHE (Germany). Expand
Validated methods for the quantification of biologically active constituents of poplar-type propolis.
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The validation of rapid, low-cost spectrophotometric procedures for the quantification of the three main groups of bioactive substances in poplar-type propolis has been performed and two sets of results agreed satisfactory, as proven by Student's t-test. Expand
Quality and standardisation of Royal Jelly
Departamento de Alimentos e Nutricao Experimental, Faculdade de Ciencias Farmaceuticas da Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP), Sao Paulo, Brazil. Received 26 June 2008, accepted subject to revision 18Expand
Characterization of unifloral honeys
Une etude approfondie a ete effectuee sur 14 types de miel unifloral sur la base des proprietes organoleptiques, microscopiques (analyse melissopalynologique qualitative et quantitative) etExpand
Chemical characteristics of poplar type propolis of different geographic origin
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The results indicate that measuring the concentrations of groups of active compounds, rather than individual components, is an appropriate approach in developing quality standards for propolis. Expand
HONEY BEES AND BEE PRODUCTS AS MONITORS OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION
Dipartimento di Scienze e Tecnologie Agroambientali, University of Bologna, Via Filippo Re, 6 40126 Bologna (Italy). Tel. +39 051 2091556; Fax +39 051 251052; E-mail: cporrini@entom.agrsci.unibo.it 2Expand
Chemical Composition of European Propolis: Expected and Unexpected Results
Ten propolis samples from Bulgaria, Italy and Switzerland were analyzed by GC-MS. As expected, most samples displayed the typical chemical pattern of “poplar” propolis: they contained pinocembrin,Expand
Towards royal jelly proteome
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All the identified proteins belonged to the Apis mellifera genome and were confirmed to be present in honey‐bee pollen‐bread where the presence of apalbumin 2 was also found. Expand
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