Classification of Spanish Unifloral Honeys by Discriminant Analysis of Electrical Conductivity, Color, Water Content, Sugars, and pH.

@article{Mateo1998ClassificationOS,
  title={Classification of Spanish Unifloral Honeys by Discriminant Analysis of Electrical Conductivity, Color, Water Content, Sugars, and pH.},
  author={Mateo and Bosch-Reig},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={46 2},
  pages={393-400}
}
  • Mateo, Bosch-Reig
  • Published 1998 in Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
To ascertain the most discriminant variables for seven types of Spanish commercial unifloral honeys, stepwise discriminant analysis was performed. Fifteen parameters [pH; water content; electrical conductivity; x, y, and L, chromatic coordinates from the CIE-1931 (xyL) color space; fructose; glucose; sucrose; maltose; isomaltose; maltulose; kojibiose; and the fructose/glucose and glucose/water ratios] were considered. The studied honey types were rosemary, citrus, lavender, sunflower… CONTINUE READING
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