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Articles by Olimpia MORAR
Total Records ( 3 ) for Olimpia MORAR
  Liviu Al. MARGHITAS , Olimpia MORAR , Otilia BOBIS , Victorita BONTA , Daniel DEZMIREAN and Melinda TOFALVI
  The article presents the researches carried out with fresh royal jelly in different larvae stage. At the beginning, the initial material was analyzed on the content of nutritious substances. This type of work is extremely valuable for practical application in food science, therapy and nutritive supplements. In scientific word royal jelly has been accepted and used as nutritive substance complex, benefic for human’s health. The primary objective of this study was to evaluate the physicochemical parameters of different samples of royal jelly in different larvae stage. The principal constituents of royal jelly are water, protein, sugars, lipids and mineral salts. Although they occur with notable variations, the composition of royal jelly remains relatively constant when comparing different colonies, bee races and time of harvesting.
  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.
  Daniel DEZMIREAN , Liviu Al. MARGHITAS , Otilia BOBIS , Laura STAN , Victoriţa BONTA , Ovidiu MAGHEAR , Georgeta DINITA and Olimpia MORAR
  Romanian Calluna vulgaris honey that came from Cluj and Salaj County, the most important Calluna areas in Romania was evaluated for authenticity by pollen-analysis, several physical-chemical analyses, including sugar profile and mineral content. Physical-chemical and mineral content analyses show clearly that the samples taken for analysis were pure Calluna vulgaris honeys. This type of honey was found to have the highest potassium content from all the honeys in Romania that were analyzed in our laboratory. Statistical data were processed in order to develop a biochemical profile of this type of honey.
 
 
 
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