Fajtamézek botanikai eredetének vizsgálata

Nikolett Czipa, Anna Novák, B. Kovács

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Abstract

At the Institute of Food Science of the University of Debrecen, we have been analyzing honey for ten years. In our study, the proline and phenolic compound contents of 70 types of monofloral honey (acacia, linden, rape, sunflower, milkweed, chestnut and forest) were examined. During the study, the answer was sought to the question whether it was possible, based on these two parameters, to differentiate monofloral honey types from each other or, in other words, was there an effect of the botanical origin on the amounts of these two compounds. With the help of linear discriminant analysis, it was determined that groups of monofloral honey could be clearly differentiated from each other. Differentiation of the two groups was not unambiguous in the case of forest and chestnut honey, so the analysis of a third characteristic could be necessary in the case of these two monofloral honeys.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)1316-1325
Number of pages10
JournalElelmiszervizsgalati Kozlemenyek
Volume62
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - dec. 31 2016

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Honey
honey
Castanea
Tilia
Acacia
Food Technology
Helianthus
Apocynaceae
Discriminant Analysis
Proline
food science
discriminant analysis
Helianthus annuus
proline
phenolic compounds

Keywords

  • Analysis of monofloral honey types
  • Linear discriminant analysis
  • Proline content
  • Total phenolic content (TPC)

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Food Science

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Fajtamézek botanikai eredetének vizsgálata. / Czipa, Nikolett; Novák, Anna; Kovács, B.

In: Elelmiszervizsgalati Kozlemenyek, Vol. 62, No. 4, 31.12.2016, p. 1316-1325.

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Czipa, N, Novák, A & Kovács, B 2016, 'Fajtamézek botanikai eredetének vizsgálata', Elelmiszervizsgalati Kozlemenyek, vol. 62, no. 4, pp. 1316-1325.
Czipa, Nikolett ; Novák, Anna ; Kovács, B. / Fajtamézek botanikai eredetének vizsgálata. In: Elelmiszervizsgalati Kozlemenyek. 2016 ; Vol. 62, No. 4. pp. 1316-1325.
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