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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 ...
- Simões, Ana Rita G.; Furness, Carol A.; Da Luz, Cynthia F. P.
- Grana 2019 v.58 no.1 pp. 1-13
- Operculina turpethum; fruits; monophyly; palynology; pollen; taxonomy
- ... Operculina is a pantropical genus of 14 species, perhaps one of the most stable in taxonomic delimitation in Convolvulaceae. Its operculate-capsular fruit is distinctive and unique in the family, and shared by all species it comprises, despite great variation in other macromorphological traits. Recent molecular phylogenetic results have demonstrated Operculina is monophyletic with high support, re ...