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Bálint , Sándor 1977: Méhészkedés. A szögedi nemzet. A szegedi nagytáj népélete [ Beekeeping. The People of Szeged. Folk Life of the Szeged Region ]. Móra Ferenc Múzeum Évkönyve. Csongrád megyei Múzeumok

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Characterisation of unifloral honeys is a hard task that involves evaluation of the results of melissopalynological, physicochemical and sensory analyses. Finding reliable chemical markers to ascertain botanical origin of honey is of great importance to the beekeeping industry. The purpose of this work was to analyse untreated Greek thyme honeys and evaluate the possibility of establishing chemical markers for this honey by using a simple and reliable analytical method. The analytical method employed consists of extraction on octadecylsilica cartridges, GC separation and FID detection. The limits of detection were 30, 20, 15 and 15 μg kg −1 for eucalyptol, camphor, menthol and thymol, respectively, while the limit of quantification for each substance was 50 μg kg −1 . Overall recoveries were >85%. The results showed that none of the 47 thyme honey samples analysed contained eucalyptol or camphor. All samples contained menthol and thymol, but the concentrations were very low ranging from traces to 51.3 μg kg −1 and 65 μg kg −1 , respectively.

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). The medicine from the bees. CD-ROM Apimondia. FAO (1996). Value-added products from beekeeping. FOA Agricultural Services Bulletin. Rome, Italy: FAO. Value

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Brigitta Zana, Gábor Kemenesi, Péter Urbán, Fanni Földes, Tamás Görföl, Péter Estók, Sándor Boldogh, Kornélia Kurucz, and Ferenc Jakab

Beekeeping Association] ( 2017 ): Magyar Méhészeti Nemzeti Program, Környezetterhelési Monitoringvizsgálat 2016–2017 [Hungarian National Beekeeping Programme, Environmental Impact Monitoring Survey 2016–2017]. Accessed 22 January 2018. Retrieved from: http

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. Standifer , L.N. ( 1980 ): Honey bee nutrition and supplemental feeding . -in: USDA (Ed.): Beekeeping in the United States. Agricultural handbook, no. 335 , pp. 39 – 45

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407 411 Koltowski, Z. (2006): Beekeeping value of sunflower plantation. International Apicultural Scientific Conference in centenary of Jan Dzierzon’s death , Pulawy, April 25–27, p

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Miroslava Kačániová, Simona Pavličová, P. Haščík, G. Kociubinski, Vladimíra Kńazovická, M. Sudzina, Janka Sudzinová, and Martina Fikselová

71 78 Krell, R.: Value added products from beekeeping. In: Agricultural Services Bulletin No. 124. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, 1996

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Jones, R. 2004. European beekeeping in the 21 st century: strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats. Bee World 85:77–80. Jones R. European beekeeping in the 21st century

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. : Beekeeping in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia opportunities and challenges . Bee World 90 , 54 – 57 ( 2013 ). 10.1080/0005772X.2013.11417543 23. Carroll , T. : A

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-added products from beekeeping . FAO Agricultural Services Bulletin No. 124, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy. Krell R Value

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