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Articles by Flore CHIRILA
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  Otilia BOBIS , Liviu Al. MARGHITAS , Daniel DEZMIREAN , Olimpia MORAR , Victorita BONTA and Flore CHIRILA
  The aim of this study was to determine the composition and microbiological quality of commercially honeybee-collected pollen, bee bread and royal jelly and to define the following physicochemical and microbiological characteristics: water content/dry weight, protein content, fat content, sugar spectrum and some microbiological parameters. The main sugars identified by high performance liquid chromatography were fructose, glucose, and sucrose, with small amounts of disaccharides. Among the microbiological parameters, a relatively high number of moulds and total aerobic counts were found in fresh pollen, but under the maximum admitted level.
  Otilia BOBIS , Liviu Al. MARGHITAS , Daniel S. DEZMIREAN , Flore CHIRILA and Robin F.A. MORITZ
  Different types of Romanian honeys were evaluated for their antioxidant and antibacterial activity. Total polyphenols, total flavonoids and two colorimetric methods for radical scavenging activity and the total antioxidant power showed different amounts of biologically active compounds in tested honey samples. Antibacterial activity was tested against Escherichia coli and Paenibacillus larvae, the first a model organism for bacteria and other a pathogenic bacterium causing American foul brood disease in Apis melliefra. Heather and honeydew honey had the highest content of total polyphenols (127.35 and 123.28 mgGAE/100 g and), while sunflower honey together with honeydew honey show the highest content of total flavonoids (64.25 and 65.98 mgQE/100 g honey). The most effective in antibacterial activity for P.larvae was found in sunflower honey whereas multifloral honey showed highest activity against E.coli.
 
 
 
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