Bee Products: Properties, Applications, and Apitherapy by Avshalom MizrahiBee Products: Properties, Applications, and Apitherapy by Avshalom Mizrahi

Bee Products: Properties, Applications, and Apitherapy

EditorAvshalom Mizrahi, Yaacov Lensky

Hardcover | January 31, 1997

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Proceedings from the International Conference held May 26-30, 1996, in TelAviv, Israel. DNLM: Honey - congresses.
Title:Bee Products: Properties, Applications, and ApitherapyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:282 pagesPublished:January 31, 1997Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306455021

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Table of Contents

General. The Past and Present Importance of Bee Products in Man; E. Crane. Bee Products: Chemical Composition and Application; J. Schmidt. `Imported' Products-Honey. Honey as an Antimicrobial Agent; P.C. Molan. `Imported' Products-Pollen and Propolis. Bee-Pollen: Composition, Properties and Applications; M.G. Compas, et al. Clinical evaluation of a New Hypoallergic Formula of Propolis in Dressings; W.M. Pierro, J.G. Lopez. Exocrine Secretions and Royal Jelly. The Exocrine Glands of the Honey Bees: Their Structure and Secretary Products; P. Cassier, Y. Lensky. Alram Pheromones of the Queen and Worker Honey Bees (Apis Mellifera L.); Y. Lensky, P. Cassier. Exocrine Secretions-Bee Venom and Apitherapy. The Role of Hymenopterous Venoms in Nature; E. Zlotkin. Effect of Apamin and Mellitin on Ion Channels and Intracellular Calcium of Heart Cells; G. Bkaily, et al. Bee Products-Toxicity and Contamination. The Monitoring of Possible Biological and Chemical Contaminants in Bee Products; B. Yakobson. Heavy Metals in Propolis-Practical and Simple Procedure to Reduce the Lead Level in the Brazilian Propolis; N.M.F. Alcici. Quality Control of Bee Products. Judging the Quality of Honey By Sensory Analysis; M. Gonnet. 21 Additional Articles. Index.