Monthly Archives: November 2009

Anti-Bacterial Activity of Chestnut Honey Related to Aqueous Phase

Inhibition by Chestnut Honey of N-Acyl-l-homoserine Lactones and Biofilm Formation in Erwinia carotovora, Yersinia enterocolitica, and Aeromonas hydrophila Read more

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Oregon bees to substitute for disappearing honeybees

OSU researchers experimenting with native species to pollinate red clover, a rotation crop Read more

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Flavonoid, Phenolic Acid Content of Egyptian Honeys Analysed

Determination of Flavonoid and Phenolic Acid Contents of Clover, Cotton and Citrus Floral Honeys Read more

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Island initiative to rear queen bees could help global bee population concerns

A Queen Bee rearing project in Bermuda could help efforts to reverse the decimation of bee populations around the world. Read more

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Gambia: U.S. Ambassador Provides 1 Million for 13 Community Projects

The United Stated Ambassador to the Gambia Mr. Barry L. Wells on Wednesday 4th November presided over the signing ceremony for projects worth D1 million for thirteen beneficiary groups from all the seven regions in the country. Read more

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A few tweets will help bees

Honey bee research at UC Davis will benefit from a TwitCause social media campaign that started Thursday and ends Wednesday, Nov. 11. Read more

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Water Extract of Propolis Shows Higher Antimicrobial, Anti-Cancer Activity

Propolis is one of the natural bee products which has long been used as a crude preventative and prophylactic medicine, and has been reported to possess antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antioxidative and anticancer properties. Read more

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Testing for Propolis Allergy Recommended

The Importance of Propolis in Patch Testing – A Multicentre Survey Read more

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Lancaster London Hotel Installs Beehives on its Roof

Back in July, half a million honey bees checked in at the Lancaster London, making it the first central London hotel to install beehives on its roof. Read more

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Hedge-row builder attracts birds, bees and award

Sam Earnshaw walked down the year-old hedge row separating busy Green Valley Road from a field of dry-farmed tomatoes Monday, ticking off the native shrubs and trees: coffeeberry, wax myrtle, quail bush, oak. Read more

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