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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 2 - Economic Development -> 630000 - Animal Production and Animal Primary Products -> 630400 Primary Products From Animals -> 630499 Primary animal products not elsewhere classified :

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Mossel, Brenda Louise. (2002). Antimicrobial and quality parameters of Australian unifloral honey PhD Thesis, School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland. 691 9
Yao, L., D'Arcy, B. R., Caffin, N. A. and Raymont, K. G. (1999). A preliminary study of flavonoids of Australian unifloral yapunyah (Eucalyptus ochropholia) honey. In: Proceedings of Apimondia '99 International Federation of Beekeepers' Association Congress XXXVI. Apimondia '99 International Federation of Beekeepers' Association Congress XXXVI, Vancouver Convention Cen., Vancouver, Canada, (234-235). 12-17 September 1999. 85  
D'Arcy, B. R., Rintoul, G. B., Krebbers, B. and Garson, M. J. (1999). Authentication of Australian unifloral honeys using chemical fingerprinting of volatile substances. In: 10th World Congress of Food Science and Technology - Abstracts. 10th World Congress of Food Science and Technology, Sydney Convention Cen., Sydney, (116-117). 3-8 October 1999. 54  
Rintoul, G. B., D'Arcy, B. R. and Garson, M. J. (1999). Authentication of unifloral Australian yapunyah (Eucalyptus ochrophloia) honey by chemically fingerprinting natural volatiles. In: Proceedings of. Apimondia '99 International Federation of Beekeepers' Association Congress XXXVI, Vancouver Convention Cen., Vancouver, Canada, (272). 12-17 September 1999. 179  
Rintoul, G., D'arcy, B. R., Sancho, T. M. and Garson, M. J. (2000). Authentication of unifloral heath (Banksia ericafolia) honey by chemically fingerprinting natural volatiles. In: Abstracts 33rd Annual AIFST Convention. 33rd Annual Conv of Aust Instit of Food Science & Techn, Brisbane, Brisbane Convention Centre, (58). 20-23 August, 2000. 104  
D'Arcy, B. R., Krebbers, B. and Rintoul, G. B. (1999). Chemical authentication of a species-specific unifloral honey using chemical fingerprinting of natural volatiles: Australian leatherwood honey. In: Proceedings of Apimondia '99 International Federation of Beekeepers' Association Congress XXXVI. Apimondia '99 International Federation of Beekeepers' Association Congress XXXVI, Vancouver Convention Cen., Vancouver, Canada, (272). 12-17 September 1999. 132  
Seijo, M. D., D'Arcy, B. and Aira, M. J. (2002) Eucryphia honeys of Tasmania. Grana, 41 3: 194-198. doi:10.1080/001731302321042650 75   0 0
Yao, Lihu (2002). Flavonoids and other polyphenols in Australian tea and honey PhD Thesis, School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland. 663 72
Yao, L., D'Arcy, B. R., Caffin, N. A. and Raymont, K. G. (1999). Flavonoids in Australian honey. In: 10th World Congress of Food Science and Technology - Abstracts. 10th World Congress of Food Science and Technology, Sydney Convention Cen., Sydney, (117). 3-8 October 1999. 42  
Martos, I., Ferreres, F., Yao, L. H., DArcy, B., Caffin, N. and Tomas-Barberan, F. A. (2000) Flavonoids in monospecific Eucalyptus honeys from Australia. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 48 10: 4744-4748. doi:10.1021/jf000277i 123   61 Cited 71 times in Scopus71 0
Rintoul, G. and D'Arcy, B. R. (2000) Flavour and aroma volatiles of Australian honeys. Chemistry in Australia, 67 7: 11-13. 46  
Rintoul, G. B., D'Arcy, B. R. and Garson, M. J. (1999). Headspace solid-phase microextraction analysis of volatile components of spotted gum (Eucalyptus maculata) honey. In: P.Iles and E. Knox, Proceedings of the Australian International Symposium on Analytical Science. Australian International Symposium on Analytical Science, Melbourne Convention Cen., Melbourne, (252). 4-9 July 1999. 92  
Bogdanov, S., Lullmann, C., Mossel, B. L., D'Arcy, B. R., Russmann, H., Vorwohl, G., Oddo, L., Sabatini, A. G., Marcazzan, G. L., Piro, R., Flamini, C., Morlot, M., Lheretier, J., Borneck, R., Marioleas, P., Tsigouri, A., Kerkvliet, J., Ortiz, A., Ivanov, T., Vit, P., Martin, P. and von der Ohe, W. (1999) Honey quality and international regulatory standards: review by the International Honey Commission. Bee World, 80 2: 61-69. 402   45
Bogdanov, S., Lullmann, C., Mossel, B. L., D'Arcy, B. R., Russmann, H., Vorwohl, G., Oddo, L., Sabatini, A. G., Marcazzan, G. L., Piro, R., Flamini, C., Morlot, M., Lheretier, J., Borneck, R., Marioleas, P., Tsigouri, A., Kerkvliet, J., Ortiz, A., Ivanov, T., Vit, P., Martin, P. and von der Ohe, W. (1999) Honey quality, methods of analysis and international regulatory standards: Review of the work of the International Honey Commission. Mitt. Lebensm. Hyg., 90 108-125. 566  
Mossel, B. L., De Jong, A., D'Arcy, B. R., Wallace, R. and Davis, C. (1999). Jelly bush (Leptospermum polygalifolium) and other Australian honeys as potential antimicrobial agents against foodborne pathogens and spoilage microflora. In: Abstracts of 10th World Congress of Food Science and Technology. 10th World Congress of Food Science & Technology, Sydney Convention Cen., (59). 3-8 October 1999. 522  
Pratiwi, Ni Made Werdi, Murray, Peter J. and Taylor, David Gordon (2004) Meat quality of entire and castrated male Boer goats raised under Australian conditions and slaughtered at different weights: physical characteristics, shear force values and eating quality profiles. Animal Science, 79 2: 213-219. 338   8 Cited 9 times in Scopus9
Khandaker, M. S. and Bensink, J. C. (2000). Public health issues of verocytotoxin producing Escherichia coli in the food chain: edible offal as a potential source of contamination. In: 2000 Researach Conference. 2000 Research Conference, UQ Gatton, (1-1). 4 October 2000. 31  
Mossel, B. L., D'Arcy, B. R., Davis, C. and Wallace, R. (1999). Quality parameters and non-peroxide antimicrobial properties of unifloral Australian honeys. In: Proceedings of Apimondia '99 International Federation of Beekeepers' Association Congress XXXVI. Apimondia '99 International Federation of Beekeepers' Association Congress XXXVI, Vancouver Convention Cen., Vancouver, Canada, (224). 12-17 September 1999. 62  
Mossel, B., D'Arcy, B. R., David, C. and Wallace, R. (2000). Quality parameters and non-peroxide antimicrobial properties of unifloral Australian honeys. In: Abstracts 33rd Annual AIFST Convention. 33rd Annual Convention of Australian Institute of Food Science & Technology, Brisbane, Brisbane Convention Centre, (40). 20-23 August, 2000. 44  
Dingle, J. G. (2001) Review of meat and meat Products: Calculation of meat content, added water and connective tissue from analytical data. Food Australia, 53 October 2001: 435-435. 187  
Mossel, B. L., Bhandari, B. R., D'Arcy, B. R. and Caffin, N. A. (1999). Rheology of some unifloral Australian honeys. In: Proceedings of Apimondia '99 International Federation of Beekeepers' Association Congress XXXVI. Apimondia '99 International Federation of Beekeepers' Association Congress XXXVI, Vancouver Convention Cen., Vancouver, Canada, (272). 12-17 September 1999. 32  
Pratiwi, Ni Made Werdi, Murray, P. J. and Taylor, D. G. (2004) The fatty acid composition of muscle and adipose tissues from entire and castrated male Boer goats raised in Australia. Animal Science, 79 2: 221-229. 104   4 Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Rintoul, G. B., D'Arcy, B. R. and Garson, M. J. (1999). Volatile components of grey iron bark (Eucalyptus paniculata) honey. In: 10th World Congress of Food Science and Technology - Abstracts. 10th World Congress of Food Science and Technology, Sydney Convention Cen., Sydney, (117). 3-8 October 1999. 352