Year 2015, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages 40 - 46 2015-03-31

Characterization of Multifloral Honeys of Pervari Region with Different Properties

Mehmet Emre EREZ [1] , Osman KARABACAK [2] , Lokman KAYCİ [3] , Mehmet FİDAN [4] , Yılmaz KAYA [5]

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The quality of honey from Pervari region was almost known by all over the country in Turkey. This study was undertaken to determine (i) physico-chemical parameters, (ii) antimicrobial analysis and (iii) pollen estimation method with expert computer system obtained from three different sites of Pervari region (Siirt/Turkey). For physico-chemical parameters; moisture, free acidity, diastase activity, hydroxyl methyl furfural (HMF), invert sugar, ash, commercial glucose and proline analysis were examined. For anti-microbial analysis disc dilution method were studied on six different bacteria species. For pollen analysis; different and new expert computer system was used for comparison of pollen of plants and honey samples. The aim of the study was to evaluate the properties of multi floral honey determined from three different locations in the same region and the way to understand to which plants were visited by the bees with comparing of pollen grains of flowers and honey by using the expert computer system. Honey samples of Pervari region were of acceptable quality based on recommended criteria of Turkish Food Codex and International Honey Commission.

The quality of honey from Pervari region was almost known by all over the country in Turkey. This study was undertaken to determine (i) physico-chemical parameters, (ii) antimicrobial analysis and (iii) pollen estimation method with expert computer system obtained from three different sites of Pervari region (Siirt/Turkey). For physico-chemical parameters; moisture, free acidity, diastase activity, hydroxyl methyl furfural (HMF), invert sugar, ash, commercial glucose and proline analysis were examined. For anti-microbial analysis disc dilution method were studied on six different bacteria species. For pollen analysis; different and new expert computer system was used for comparison of pollen of plants and honey samples. The aim of the study was to evaluate the properties of multi floral honey determined from three different locations in the same region and the way to understand to which plants were visited by the bees with comparing of pollen grains of flowers and honey by using the expert computer system. Honey samples of Pervari region were of acceptable quality based on recommended criteria of Turkish Food Codex and International Honey Commission
Honey, physico-chemical properties, antimicrobial, pollen identification, artificial neural network
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Journal Section Research Article
Authors

Author: Mehmet Emre EREZ

Author: Osman KARABACAK

Author: Lokman KAYCİ

Author: Mehmet FİDAN

Author: Yılmaz KAYA

Bibtex @ { tutad280986, journal = {Türkiye Tarımsal Araştırmalar Dergisi}, issn = {2148-2306}, eissn = {2528-858X}, address = {Siirt University}, year = {2015}, volume = {2}, pages = {40 - 46}, doi = {10.19159/tutad.20031}, title = {Characterization of Multifloral Honeys of Pervari Region with Different Properties}, key = {cite}, author = {EREZ, Mehmet Emre and KARABACAK, Osman and KAYCİ, Lokman and FİDAN, Mehmet and KAYA, Yılmaz} }
APA EREZ, M , KARABACAK, O , KAYCİ, L , FİDAN, M , KAYA, Y . (2015). Characterization of Multifloral Honeys of Pervari Region with Different Properties. Türkiye Tarımsal Araştırmalar Dergisi, 2 (1), 40-46. DOI: 10.19159/tutad.20031
MLA EREZ, M , KARABACAK, O , KAYCİ, L , FİDAN, M , KAYA, Y . "Characterization of Multifloral Honeys of Pervari Region with Different Properties". Türkiye Tarımsal Araştırmalar Dergisi 2 (2015): 40-46 <http://dergipark.org.tr/tutad/issue/26713/280986>
Chicago EREZ, M , KARABACAK, O , KAYCİ, L , FİDAN, M , KAYA, Y . "Characterization of Multifloral Honeys of Pervari Region with Different Properties". Türkiye Tarımsal Araştırmalar Dergisi 2 (2015): 40-46
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ISNAD EREZ, Mehmet Emre , KARABACAK, Osman , KAYCİ, Lokman , FİDAN, Mehmet , KAYA, Yılmaz . "Characterization of Multifloral Honeys of Pervari Region with Different Properties". Türkiye Tarımsal Araştırmalar Dergisi 2 / 1 (March 2015): 40-46. https://doi.org/10.19159/tutad.20031