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Palynological and physicochemical characteristics of Rubus and Castanea honeys from Orense (NW Spain)


, : Palynological and physicochemical characteristics of Rubus and Castanea honeys from Orense (NW Spain). Apicoltura ( 10): 11-22

Results are tabulated for the 30 honey samples analysed; 17 contained much Castanea pollen (more than 70% of total pollen) and 13 had more than 45% Rubus pollen. All honeys with Castanea as the predominant pollen were characterized by the presence of Campanula, Lotus and Rubus pollens.

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