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  • Evaluation of extraction methods for bee propolis.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Agricultural Sciences (SAGRIS), Agriculture Dept.
    Authors: Vardaka, Foteini-Paraskevi
    Thesis advisor: Alyssandrakis, Elefhterios
    Publication Date: 2020-04-29
    Propolis is a natural resinous product of the honeybee, consisting of plant resin, beeswax, bee pollen, honey and plant essential oils. Inside the hive it is used to sterilize the cell for the queen to lay eggs, to embalm ...
  • Nutritional value of honey and special benefits of its consumption in the defense of health.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Health Sciences (SHS), Nutrition and Dietetics Sciences Dept.
    Authors: Dama, Theodora
    Thesis advisor: Lapidakis, Nikolaos
    Publication Date: 2021-01-21
    Honey is characterized as a sweet and viscous syrup produced by bees and has been widely used for its therapeutic effects. Honey is the only natural product that comes from insects and has nutritional, cosmetic, therapeutic ...
  • Market research on preferences and consumer behavior regarding honey products.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Management and Economic Sciences (SMES), Business Administration and Tourism Dept.
    Authors: Katsouli, Maria
    Thesis advisor: Dimou, Eirini
    Publication Date: 2020-09-14
    This dissertation examines the preferences and consumer behavior regarding honey-related products. More specifically, the study examines the history of honey, its various uses and characteristics, and the process followed ...
  • Consumer preferences in honey: the case of consumers in Heraklion Crete.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Management and Economic Sciences (SMES), Business Administration and Tourism Dept.
    Authors: Tsaprazis, Eleftherios
    Thesis advisor: Kourgiantakis, Markos
    Publication Date: 2020-02-26
    The purpose of this thesis is to investigate consumers’ behavior and preferences concerning honey. This work was based on the collection of primary data (with structured questionnaires), as well as on secondary data from ...
  • Comparative study of physicochemical characteristics of Greek honeys of different botanical and geographical origin.

    H.M.U., School of Agricultural Sciences (SAGRIS), MSc in Applied Science and Technology in Agriculture
    Authors: Savvidaki, Elisavet
    Thesis advisor: Alyssandrakis, Eleftherios
    Publication Date: 2021-05-24
    At the same time, their identification at the botanical and geographical level are integral parts, which contribute to the protection of the product, the consumer and ultimately the beekeeper. In the present dissertation, ...
  • The minerals of honey in relation to their geographical and boatanical origin.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Engineering (ScENG), Electronic Engineering Dept.
    Authors: Kopaniari, Maria-Eleni
    Thesis advisor: Lydakis-Simantiris, Nikolaos
    Publication Date: 2023-10-17
    Vegetative diversity is based on different climatic and geographical origins. When it comes to beekeeping, the variety of herbs is closely related to the production of a wide variety of honey. Therefore, based on the ...