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  • Pollen is produced by cone-bearing and flowering plants as part of their reproduction process.
  • In cone-bearing plants, pollen is produced in pollen cones.
  • Flowering plants produce pollen in the anthers within the flower.
  • Pollen grains have an outer and inner wall and consist of one to a few cells. The outer wall may be smooth or covered with spines, warts, granules or furrows, which aids in identification of the pollen grains and also helps them adhere to insects that visit the flower
  • Pollen production is influenced by the weather. Colder weather delays pollen release, whereas mild winters with warmer days lead to an earlier pollen season.
  • For prevention of spoilage and for preservation of a maximum quality the pollen
    has to be harvested daily and immediately placed in a freezer. After two days of storage in the freezer, the pest insects will be killed114 After thawing pollen can be kept only for a few hours and should be further processed as soon as possible
  • The pollen is best dried in an electric oven, where humidity can continuously escape
    The maximum temperature is 30C and the drying time should be as short as possible in order to avoid vitamin losses.
  • Pollen remains stable until 1.5 years of storage at room temperature. Under these conditions pollen keeps its sensory and microbiological
    quality for a storage period of two years, if stored in a cool, dry and dark place
  • Compared to the vitamin-richest corns, fruits and vegetables, pollen has 20 times more vitamine A and significantly more panthothenic and folic acids and biotin.
  • Most applications of pollen in modern medicine are pollen preparations of flower pollen
  • Pollen extracts are reported to produce good results in patients suffering from nutritional problems in
    the form of emaciation, loss of appetite and physical and mental asthenia
Basics
  • What is Pollen
  • Pollen & Pollination
  • Seeds & Pollen
  • Pollen grain classification.

Product Profile

  • Specification
  • Certified Organic
  • Certificate of Analysis
  • Bee Pollen Extract - MSDS
  • Pollen Extract
  • Cedar Pollen Allergen

Extraction

  • Extraction of pollen and dinoflagellate cysts from marine sediments
  • The use of heavy-liquid in the separation of pollen from Arctic lake sediments

Processing

  • Emasculation and Pollen
    Collection
  • Pollen collection and storage
  • Pollen Collection
  • Storage Method for Pollen Using Freeze Drying
  • Pollen Pellets Processing

Project Information

  • Pollen: Production, Nutrition and Health
  • Processing Pollen from Flowers
  • Bee Pollen Dehydrator
  • Psa-V real-time PCR test
  • Quality Control
  • Development of artificial diets/feedstuffs for honey bees
  • Mechanical pollination for yield security

Company Products

  • Bee Pollen Granules
  • Bee Pollen Specification
  • Premier superfood

Market Scenario

  • Future of Bee Pollen
  • Honey based Products & Market Potentials

Research Reports

  • Probiotic Bacteria from Pollen
  • Pollen & Allergic Disorders
  • Pollen Analysis
  • The Nutrition and Foraging Behavior of Honey Bees

Applications

  • Many Benefits
  • The bee pollen vitamins & other nutrients
  • Health Enhancer
  • Flower Pollen Extract used to provide relief for men experiencing  BPH symptoms.
  • Nutritional Value of Bee
    Collected Pollens
  • Phytochemical composition and antioxidant activity.
  • Phenolic acids and flavonoids
  • Tomato pollination

Safety & Risk Management

  • Psa-V spread - Artificial Pollination
  • The Palynology Laboratory
  • Role of honey bees in the spread of pollen from field trials
  • Identification of Pollen Grains

Regulations

  • EU - Bee pollen and propolis from China
  • Verification Report on the Extraction and Analysis of GM Pollen DNA in Honey
  • Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
  • The legislation on labeling, pollinic origin, physicochemical and microbiological analyses and identification of yeasts
  • The Nutrition and Health Claims Regulation

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