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Articles by Melinda KADAR
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  Melinda KADAR , Marisol JUAN-BORRAS , Magdalenka HELLEBRANDOVA , Eva DOMENECH and Isabel ESCRICHE
  The purpose of this work was to characterize three different types of honey (sunflower, tilia, and acacia) commercialized in Spain, Romania, and Czech Republic from the point of view of their values on physical-chemical (HMF, diastase activity, moisture, electrical conductivity), sugar composition and colour parameters. A multivariate analysis made it possible to differentiate these three types of honey according to the parameters analysed. However, it was found that the country had less influence in its differentiation than the variety of honey.
  Melinda KADAR , Marisol JUAN-BORRAS , Magdalenka HELLEBRANDOVA , Eva DOMENECH and Isabel ESCRICHE
  The aim of this work was to evaluate the volatile fraction profile of acacia raw honey from different countries: Romanian, Spain, and Czech Republic. A melissopalynological analysis was conducted on all the batches in order to verify them as belonging to this type of honey. A number of 35 volatile compounds, more specifically: 2 acids, 10 alcohols, 7 aldehydes, 3 ketonas, 2 esters, 5 hydrocarbons, 4 terpenes, 1 furanes and 1 sulfur compound were identified by Purge and Trap-Thermal Desorption-GC/MS. The overall volatile profile of this honey allowed its classification by geographical origin. The promising results proved its usefulness for the differentiation of honey according to their origin. However further research on a higher number of samples is required in order to confirm this expectation.
 
 
 
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