+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Acceptance and sustentative values of honey, the sugars of honey and sucrose fed to caged honey bee workers

, : Acceptance and sustentative values of honey, the sugars of honey and sucrose fed to caged honey bee workers. American bee Journal 113(10): 370-371

The principal sugars found to occur in honey by White et al (fructose 38.2%, glucose 31.3%, sucrose 1.3%, and maltose 7.3%) were dissolved in these (average) proportions in enough water to give a 50% syrup. Unfiltered honey was diluted with water to give the same refractometer reading: 47.9%. A 50% sucrose syrup was also prepared.


Other references

Takachi, C.Y.shimi; Sase, T.; Inoue, K., 2000: Succession of vegetation in the human-induced soil degraded area in the Kitakami mountains. Soil degradation in the Kitakami mountains, northeast Japan, started from the Edo era as a result of felling of the native beech forest to create grasslands and this is believed to have given rise to the severe climatic conditions prevailing in th...

Glaser, J.; Balkin, J.; Farber, B., 1985: LV outflow tract obstruction in complete transposition of great arteries. American Heart Journal 110(6): 1314-1317

Stewart Iris T.; Cayan Daniel R.; Dettinger Michael D., 2005: Changes toward earlier streamflow timing across western North America. The highly variable timing of streamflow in snowmelt-dominated basins across western North America is an important consequence, and indicator, of climate fluctuations. Changes in the timing of snowmelt-derived streamflow from 1948 to 2002 were inv...

Zhong, K-Long., 2012: Poly[diaqua-(μ(4)-2,5-dicarb-oxy-benzene-1,4-dicarboxyl-ato-κ(4)O(1):O(2):O(4):O(5))(μ(2)-2,5-dicarb-oxy-benzene-1,4-dicarboxyl-ato-κ(2)O(1):O(4))bis-(1,10-phenanthroline-κ(2)N,N')dimanganese(II). In the title compound, [Mn(2)(C(10)H(4)O(8))(2)(C(12)H(8)N(2))(2)(H(2)O)(2)](n), the Mn(2+) ion has a slightly distorted octa-hedral N(2)O(4) coordination geometry being coordinated by one aqua O atom, two N atoms of the chelating 1,10-phenanthrol...

Yan, J.; Wang, Q.; Zheng, X.; Sun, H.; Zhou, Y.; Li, D.; Lin, Y.; Wang, X., 2012: Luteolin enhances TNF-related apoptosis-inducing ligand's anticancer activity in a lung cancer xenograft mouse model. Sensitization of cancer cells to apoptosis induced by tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand (TRAIL) by lutoelin has been suggested byin vitrostudies. However, noin vivoexperiment has been reported to validate the potentiation eff...

Fenton M.M.; Pawlowicz J.G., 1993: Detection of glacially deformed bedrock using geophysical logs and raw dipmeter data. Program with Abstracts - Geological Association of Canada(Mineralogical Association of Canada(Canadian Geophysical Union, Joint Annual Meeting [18]: 29

Yoshida A.; Tsuru K.; Mitsuhiro Y.; Otani K.; Shigenaga Y., 1987: Morphology of masticatory motoneurons stained intracellularly with horseradish peroxidase. Masticatory motoneurons were identified electrophysiologically and stained with horseradish peroxidase (HRP). The masseter motoneurons could be divided into 3 groups on the basis of their dendritic morphology. In contrast, the digastric or mylohyo...

Hayward, P., 2012: H5N1 research unleashed, almost. Lancet. Infectious Diseases 12(5): 368-369

Ekunwe, S.I.; Hall, S.M.; Luo, X.; Wang, H.; Begonia, G.B., 2014: Fractionated Ocimum gratissimum leaf extract inhibit prostate cancer (PC3·AR) cells growth by reducing androgen receptor and survivin levels. In this study, the antiproliferative activity of the organic solvent-soluble and aqueous extracts of Ocimum gratissimum leaf against the prostate cancer cells PC3·AR were evaluated by their inhibitory effects on the Androgen Receptor (AR) and Sur...

Pritykina, N.Y.; Chernigovskaya, S.V.; Krivoruchenko, I.V.; Kruchinina, N.A.; Kukui, L.M., 1978: Personality features of ischemic heart disease patients with different types of hyperlipoproteinemia. Human Physiology 4(5): 698-702