unifloral

u·ni·flo·ral

 (yo͞o′nə-flôr′əl)
adj.
Made from the nectar of only one kind of flower. Used of honey.
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The pollen analysis revealed that the botanical origins of seven honey samples were the unifloral and one was with the multifloral origin with regard to pollen taxa.
Free amino acids content of Pakistani unifloral honey produced by Apis mellifera.
Botanical discrimination of Greek unifloral honeys with physicochemical and chemometric analyses.
The application of mid-FTIR spectroscopy coupled with the SVM (support vector machine) algorithm provided the determination of the botanical origin of Serbian unifloral honey [25].
In another paper, the same approach was used as a tool for unifloral honey authentication [65].
Therefore, the objectives of the present study were to provide information about conventional physicochemical parameters and mineral content of Cypriot, Greek, and Egyptian honeys (which are categorized as multifloral and unifloral honeys) and, if possible, to differentiate these honeys according to the floral type, using a set of specific conventional physicochemical parameters, minerals, or their combination in conjunction with modern and supervised statistical techniques by partial use of melissopalynological data.
From a wide variety of honeys, consumers frequently choose unifloral honeys because their specific medicinal properties are well defined.
Tenders are invited for This Institute would like to arrange for sale of AG MARK bottled honey of different varieties of unifloral and multifloral origin in different pack size and other VI.
Electrical conductivity, ash, colour andspecificrotatory power in Italian unifloral honeys, Apicoltura, pp: 51-63.
The goal of this study was to determine the levels of 13 elements (K, Na, Ca, Cd, Pb, Fe, Mn, Cu, Ni, Cr, Zn, Al, and Se) in unifloral and multifloral samples of honey from nine provinces that have diverse geographical and environmental characteristics, mineral composition of soil, in terms of pollution, watering, capability of being absorbed by plant, fertilizer distribution, and climatic conditions of south and east regions in Turkey.
Different unifloral honeys contain different amounts of minerals.