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Publications about unifloral honeys

Pollen analysis enables geographical and botanical determination of bee products such as honey, propolis, pollen mixtures and Royal Jelly. The pollen spectrum is examined and evaluated microscopically by specialists – a statement about the origin of the product is thus possible. Other techniques such as NMR analysis can help to verify the origin of a honey.

See our publications about unifloral honeys here:

G. Beckh
The Nature of Honey-Pollen Analysis isn`t enough
Bee Culture Magazin, November, 31-33 (2013)

T. Wiezorek, G. Beckh, C. Lüllmann
Identifizierung von Proteinen und Aminosäuren als Markersubstanzen in Sortenhonigen
Begleitband GDL-Symposium Honig und Honigtechnologie Stuttgart, 1.-2.Dec. (2011)

T. Wiezorek, G. Beckh, C. Lüllmann, K. Speer
Identification of marker proteins for the determination of monofloral honeys
Posterpräsentation Apimondia, Buenos Aires, 21.-25.Sept. (2011)

T. Wiezorek, G. Beckh, C. Lüllmann, K. Speer
Analysis of amino acids and metabolites with GC-MS for the determination of monofloral honeys
Posterpräsentation Apimondia, Buenos Aires, 21.-25.Sep. (2011)

G. Beckh, G. Camps
Neue Spezifikationen für Trachthonige
Deutsche Lebensmittel-Rundschau, 105(2), 105-110 (2009)

W. von der Ohe, G. Beckh, G. Camps, K. von der Ohe
Beitrag zur Harmonisierung der Sortenbezeichnung „Wildblüte“
Deutsche Lebensmittel-Rundschau, 102(8), 365-368 (2006)

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