2 edition of Microbiological studies of honey found in the catalog.
Microbiological studies of honey
A. Grant Lochhead
Written in English
|Statement||by A. Grant Lochhead and Doris A. Heron.|
|Series||Bulletin / Dominion of Canada Department of Agriculture. New series -- no. 116, Bulletin (Canada. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 116|
|Contributions||Heron, Doris A., Canada. Division of Bacteriology.|
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The use of honey can be traced back to the Stone Age. Evidence can be found for its nutritional and medicinal use beginning with prehistoric and ancient civilizations. Currently, there is a resurgence of scientific interest in natural medicinal products, such as honey, by researchers, the medical community, and even the general public. Honey in Traditional and Modern Medicine provides . ABSTRACTHoney has been considered a relatively safe foodstuff due to its compositional properties, with infant botulism caused by Clostridium botulinum being the most prominent health risk associated with it. Our review is focused on the honey microflora along the food chain and evaluates the pathogenic potential of those microorganisms found in by:
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Ottawa: Department of Agriculture, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: A G Lochhead; Canada. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. hygiene of the product.
Indeed, many studies have been carried on the physicochemical parameters of honey all over the World [12–18], but few data about its microbiological safety is available, being the scarce studies essentially devoted Microbiological studies of honey book the detection of Clostridium botulinum, since honey is the onlyFile Size: KB.
Microbiological Evaluation of Commercial Honey from Edo State, Nigeria. Oshomah, Musah Ummulkhair. Abstract-In this study, fifteen commercial honey samples were collected from different sources within Edo State, Nigeria and evaluatedfor their microbiological safety. From each sample, total viable counts, molds and yeast were determined.
An examination of possible effect of hot desert climate on microbiological safety and physicochemical and antioxidant properties of honey marketed in the province of Errachidia in Morocco was made. The assessment of microbiological properties showed no alarming sign of microbiological contamination or quality deterioration.
This can be seen by the low moisture content in all analysed samples. The characterization of some honey samples from southern Córdoba (Argentina) was carried out on the basis of their microbiological (Clostridium, fungi and yeasts), physical (colour) and chemical (carbohydrates, HMF, water and free acidity) results showed that honeys produced in this region are of good by: Moreover, in vitro studies have shown that honey can reduce microbial pathogenicity as well as reverse antimicrobial resistance.
Studies investigating the antimicrobial properties of honey in vivo have been more controversial. It is evident that innovative research is required to exploit the antimicrobial properties of honey for clinical use and to determine the efficacy of honey in the treatment of a range of skin disorders with a microbiological Cited by: The composition of honey and bee pollen was not measured, but other studies have reported that honey is mostly (~ 70%) fructose and glucose, and lesser amounts of sucrose, other carbohydrates, and Author: Stefan Bogdanov.
Honey for Nutrition and Health: a Review. Stefan Bogdanov, microbiological examinations of honey ar e necessary for controlling the spore. A ccording to the above studies honey is well. Honey for wounds: an ancient remedy for a modern problem (p.
) Rose Cooper asks should the medical profession embrace honey as an alternative antimicrobial agent. Its therapeutic effects have been known for centuries and now modern scientific study has demonstrated just how potent it can be against a range of micro-organisms.
Bacterial isolation and enumeration was done as described in earlier studies [13,14] at selective media including nutrient agar for total viable counts , Staph agar for staphylococcal counts and MacConkey agar for coliform counts. Inoculated plates were incubated at standard time-temperature combination .Cited by: 5.
studies of the effects of gamma irradiation on the microbial load and physicochemical properties of ghanaian honey from the ashanti, brong ahafo and greater accra regions by david ansah larbi () results of microbiological analyses. Microbiological Guidelines for Food Preface As part of the Government’s ongoing efforts to enhance food safety for the protection of public health and consumer interest, the Administration conducts review on microbiological standards and guidelines for food and amends themMissing: honey book.
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Nigerian honey. This implies that the microbiological quality of honey in retail outlets should be properly monitored as it is an indicator of the hygienic conditions under which the product was processed, handled and stored.
KEY WORDS: Bacteria, fungi, coliforms, contamination, micro-organisms, microbes. INTRODUCTION. We advocate further mechanistic studies using appropriately registered therapeutic manuka honey, in particular studies that use non-reductionist systems biology approaches, along with detailed chemical and microbiological analyses to elucidate how honey acts at the molecular, cellular and population level, how this can differ in different strains and species of microbial pathogens, and how the host cell responds (Table Table2 2).
Information gained from these studies Cited by: Microbiological Research is devoted to publishing reports on prokaryotic and eukaryotic microorganisms such as yeasts, fungi, bacteria, archaea, and protozoa. Research on interactions between pathogenic microorganisms and their environment or hosts are also covered.
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