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Studies on the properties of the major Egyptian honey types and on honey ripening


Studies on the properties of the major Egyptian honey types and on honey ripening



Agricultural Research Review 55(1): 125-129



Physical properties and chemical constitution of citrus honey, clover honey and cotton honey were examined. A honey from Dakhla oasis was also analysed. Results are tabulated and discussed. Citrus honey had the lowest specific gravity, ash content and total soluble solids; "Oasis" honey had the highest values for these properties and also for pH, reducing sugars and protein content.

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