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International Journal of Food Properties, ISSN 1094-2912, 01/2019, Volume 22, Issue 1, pp. 290 - 308
Honey is a natural sweetener produced by honey bees from the secretions of plants. Honey is well-known for its nutritional and medicinal values since... 
Honey | high performance liquid chromatography | flavonoids | classification | floral source | phenolic acids | FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | COMPONENTS | ABSCISIC-ACID | IDENTIFICATION | EXTRACTS | ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY | honey
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Biological Control, ISSN 1049-9644, 03/2017, Volume 106, pp. 40 - 44
The selection of appropriate flowering plants as sources of pollen and nectar for beneficial insect predators and parasitoids is essential in maintaining... 
Anethum graveolens | Coriandrum sativum | Conservation biological control | Foeniculum vulgare | Chrysopidae | Pollen-feeders | PREDATION | ENTOMOLOGY | SUITABILITY | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | FLORAL RESOURCES | BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL | MORPHOLOGY | NECTAR | Adults | Pests | Flowers | Insects | Biological control
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Euphytica, ISSN 0014-2336, 7/2019, Volume 215, Issue 7, pp. 1 - 16
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Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology, ISSN 0340-7594, 10/2016, Volume 202, Issue 9-10, pp. 657 - 666
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Nucleic Acids Research, ISSN 0305-1048, 07/2018, Volume 46, Issue W1, pp. W133 - W140
Abstract The recent accumulation of gene expression data in the form of RNA sequencing creates unprecedented opportunities to study gene regulation and... 
VISUALIZATION | PLANT | GENE COEXPRESSION NETWORKS | ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA | EVOLUTION | FLORAL MERISTEM IDENTITY | RNA-SEQ | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | POLLEN TUBES | EXPRESSION ATLAS | REVEALS | Web Server Issue
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Plant Signaling & Behavior, ISSN 1559-2316, 02/2009, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 129 - 131
Studies of floral scent generally assume that genetic adaptation due to pollinator-mediated natural selection explains a significant amount of phenotypic... 
Binding | Proteins | Landes | Calcium | Bioscience | Biology | Cell | Cycle | Cancer | Organogenesis | Aromatics | Abiotic factors | Terpenoids | GxE interaction | Phenotypic plasticity | Volatiles | Floral scent | Pollination
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Biological Control, ISSN 1049-9644, 2008, Volume 45, Issue 2, pp. 176 - 184
The majority of predators and parasitoids require non-prey food as part of their diet. The availability of suitable non-prey food can impact predator–prey and... 
Nectar | Parasitoid | Predator | Biological control | Honeydew | parasitoid | APHIDIDAE HONEYDEW | NUTRITIONAL STATE | HYMENOPTERA | predator | EXTRAFLORAL NECTAR | nectar | biological control | SUGAR ANALYSIS | ENTOMOLOGY | OMNIVOROUS PREDATOR | honeydew | IPHISEIUS-DEGENERANS | MICROPLITIS-CROCEIPES | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | GUSTATORY RESPONSE | FLORAL RESOURCES | Pests
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Food and Bioprocess Technology, ISSN 1935-5130, 3/2013, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp. 762 - 770
Honey has been acknowledged worldwide as a good source of natural antioxidants. Chemical properties of total phenolics and flavonoids of 33 Chinese unifloral... 
Antioxidants | Biotechnology | Chemistry | Flavonoids | Food Science | Chemistry/Food Science, general | Agriculture | Radical-scavenging capacities | Phenolics | Chinese unifloral honeys | OXIDATION | QUANTIFICATION | FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | SCAVENGERS | IDENTIFICATION | MEDICINE | FLORAL SOURCES | PROPOLIS | SPECTROSCOPY | EXTRACTS | Superoxide | Hydroxides | Chemical properties | Consumer education | Isoflavones
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Grana, ISSN 0017-3134, 11/2019, Volume 58, Issue 6, pp. 472 - 482
Honey is increasingly being used as a food supplement and to treat various diseases and disorders in Ghana. Information on floral nectar preferences of... 
Honeybee | Ghana | apiculture | pollen analysis | melissopalynopology | floral source | Nectar | Forests | Reforestation | Beekeeping | Dietary supplements | Identification | Mapping | Flowers | Transition zone | Bees | Forages | Honey | Plant nectar | Samples | Place preferences | Pollen | Foraging behaviour | Savannahs | Apiculture
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Canadian Journal of Plant Science, ISSN 0008-4220, 05/2015, Volume 95, Issue 3, pp. 505 - 516
Willows (Salix spp.) are ubiquitous in the northern hemisphere, serving as an important pollen and nectar resource for insect pollinators and for the... 
Crop pollination | Flower flies | Salix spp | Andrena | Willow flowering phenology | Wild insect pollinators | AGRONOMY | crop pollination | HONEY-BEES | AMERICAN FOULBROOD | BEES HYMENOPTERA | FLIES DIPTERA | PLANT SCIENCES | FLORAL SCENT | HOVER-FLIES | BIOLOGY | willow flowering phenology | ANDRENIDAE | WILD BEES | wild insect pollinators | FORAGING ECOLOGY | flower flies
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