Pollen analysis of geopropolis and propolis from stingless bees

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Freitas, Alex Da Silva ; Vit Olivier, Patricia ; Barth Ortrud, Monika (2013)
  • Subject: Geopropolis | Medicina y Salud | Departamento de Análisis y Control | Propolis | Stingless bees | Vegetation | Monografías | Meliponini | Pollen analysis | Facultad de Farmacia y Bioanálisis | Cerumen

The present study aims to review palynological analysis of geopropolis and propolis obtained from stingless bees in South America. Such studies are scarce and most analyzed samples are from Brazil, with a few from Bolivia and Venezuela. High diversity in pollen types, a... View more
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