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- Terrab, Anass; Berjano, Regina; Sanchez, Jose Alberto; Gómez Pajuelo, Antonio; Díez, María Josefa
- Grana 2019 v.58 no.1 pp. 63-77
- Alternaria; Campanula; Capsella; Castanea sativa; Centaurea calcitrapa; Cistus ladanifer; Cladosporium; Crepis; Cytisus scoparius; Drechslera; Echium plantagineum; Erica; Geotrichum; Plantago; Quercus; Rubus; Salix triandra; Senecio; Torula; Ulocladium; beekeepers; fungi; honeydew; honeydew honey; industry; markets; palynology; pollen; qualitative analysis; quantitative analysis; spores; Spain
- ... The emergent market for honeydew honey mostly in Europe has prompted increasing requirements by consumers and the honey industry for the characterisation of this type of honey. This work is a contribution to the limited knowledge of honeydew honeys in Spain. Botanical characterisation was performed on 59 honeydew honey samples from professional beekeepers hives distributed within Spain. The quanti ...