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Antibiotic, Pesticide, and Microbial Contaminants of Honey: Human Health Hazards
Agricultural contamination with pesticides and antibiotics is a challenging problem that needs to be fully addressed. Bee products, such as honey, are widely consumed as food and medicine and theirExpand
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SOCIO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF BEEKEEPING AND DETERMINANTS OF BOX HIVE TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION IN THE KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA
Despite the extensive beekeeping practices in Saudi Arabia, relevant information related to socio -economic profiles of beekeeping and factors affecting the adoption of improved beekeepingExpand
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Synergistic Effects of Honey and Propolis toward Drug Multi-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, Escherichia Coli and Candida Albicans Isolates in Single and Polymicrobial Cultures
Background: Propolis and honey are natural bee products with wide range of biological and medicinal properties. The study investigated antimicrobial activity of ethyl alcohol extraction of propolisExpand
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Characterization and gene mapping of a chlorophyll-deficient mutant clm1 of Triticum monococcum L.
Diploid wheat Triticum monococcum L. is a model plant for wheat functional genomics. Chlorophyll-deficient mutant (clm1) was identified during manual screening of the ethyl methanesulphonateExpand
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Investigation of gut microbial communities associated with indigenous honey bee (Apis mellifera jemenitica) from two different eco-regions of Saudi Arabia
The microbial communities associated with the alimentary tract of honey bees are very important as they help with food digestion, provide essential nutrients, protect the host from pathogens,Expand
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In vitro evaluation of the effects of some plant essential oils on Ascosphaera apis, the causative agent of Chalkbrood disease
Ascosphaera apis is one of the major fungal pathogens of honey bee broods and the causative agent of Chalkbrood disease. The factors responsible for the pathogenesis of Chalkbrood disease are stillExpand
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Role of honey in modern medicine
Use of honey has a very long history. Honey has been used since ancient time due to its nutritional and therapeutic values. There had been varied ways of consumption honey including its use as aExpand
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Honey: Single food stuff comprises many drugs
Honey is a natural food item produced by honey bees. Ancient civilizations considered honey as a God gifted prestigious product. Therefore, a huge literature is available regarding honey importanceExpand
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Biosurfactant production by Pseudomonas aeruginosa DSVP20 isolated from petroleum hydrocarbon-contaminated soil and its physicochemical characterization
Among 348 microbial strains isolated from petroleum hydrocarbon-contaminated soil, five were selected for their ability to produce biosurfactant based on battery of screening assay includingExpand
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In vitro evaluation of the effects of some plant essential oils on Paenibacillus larvae, the causative agent of American foulbrood
ABSTRACT Paenibacillus larvae is one of the major bacterial pathogens of honey bee broods and the causative agent of American foulbrood disease. The factors responsible for the pathogenesis ofExpand
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