Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina).

Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina). With the aim of knowing the nectar resources used by Apis mellifera L. in the western of the Yungas in Jujuy, 14 samples of immature honey and two of mature honey of periods 2011-2012 and 2012-2013, pertaini...

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Main Authors: Mendez, Magali V., Sanchéz, Ana C., Flores, Fabio F., Lupo, Liliana C.
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spelling oai:ojs.pkp.sfu.ca:article-153902020-03-09T19:07:38Z Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina). Análisis polínico de mieles inmaduras en el sector oeste de las yungas de Jujuy (Argentina). Mendez, Magali V. Sanchéz, Ana C. Flores, Fabio F. Lupo, Liliana C. Néctar melisopalinologia Apis mellifera Yungas. Nectar mellisopalynology Apis mellifera Yungas Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina). With the aim of knowing the nectar resources used by Apis mellifera L. in the western of the Yungas in Jujuy, 14 samples of immature honey and two of mature honey of periods 2011-2012 and 2012-2013, pertaining to a apiary of Tilquiza, were examined. That samples were processed according to conventional melissopalynologcal techniques with subsequent acetolysis. A total of 53 pollen types belonging to 31 botanical families were identified being Asteraceae and Fabaceae the most well represented. As dominant source were identified Crinodendron tucumanum in september 2011, Blepharocalyx salicifolius in november and december 2011 and type Scutia/Condalia in october 2012. As second contributions were identified Allophylus edulis, Zanthoxylum, Parapiptadenia excelsa, Baccharis, Gnaphalium, Eucalyptus and type Cissus, highlighting the influence of the native flora of the Yungas. From this study it was known to understand the dynamics of income nectar to the hive and evaluate those resources that are not present in mature honey and which are important for the development of the hive. Con el objetivo de conocer los recursos nectaríferos utilizados por Apis mellifera L. en el sector oeste de las Yungas, se examinaron 14 muestras de miel inmadura y dos de miel madura correspondientes a los períodos apícolas 2011–2012 y 2012–2013, pertenecientes a un apiario de la localidad de Tilquiza (Jujuy). Las muestras fueron procesadas de acuerdo a las técnicas melisopalinológicas convencionales con posterior acetólisis. Se identificaron un total de 53 tipos polínicos pertenecientes a 31 familias botánicas, siendo las familias con mayor riqueza polínica Asteraceae y Fabaceae. Se identificaron como recursos dominantes a Crinodendron tucumanum en setiembre de 2011, Blepharocalyx salicifolius en noviembre y diciembre de 2011 y al tipo Scutia/Condalia en octubre de 2012. Como aportes secundarios se registraron a Allophylus edulis, Zanthoxylum, Parapiptadenia excelsa, Baccharis, Gnaphalium, Eucalyptus y tipo Cissus, destacándose la influencia de la flora nativa de las Yungas. A partir de este estudio se pudo conocer la dinámica del ingreso de néctar a la colmena y valorar aquellos recursos que no se encuentran presentes en las mieles maduras y que son de importancia para el desarrollo de la colmena. Sociedad Argentina de Botánica 2016-10-12 info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Artículo original application/pdf https://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/BSAB/article/view/15390 Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica; Vol. 51 No. 3 (2016): September; 449-462 Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica; Vol. 51 Núm. 3 (2016): Setiembre; 449-462 1851-2372 0373-580X 10.31055/1851.2372.v51.n3 spa https://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/BSAB/article/view/15390/15267 Derechos de autor 2016 Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica
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author Mendez, Magali V.
Sanchéz, Ana C.
Flores, Fabio F.
Lupo, Liliana C.
spellingShingle Mendez, Magali V.
Sanchéz, Ana C.
Flores, Fabio F.
Lupo, Liliana C.
Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina).
author_sort Mendez, Magali V.
title Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina).
title_short Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina).
title_full Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina).
title_fullStr Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina).
title_full_unstemmed Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina).
title_sort pollen analysis of immature honeys in the western sector of the yungas in jujuy (argentina).
description Pollen analysis of immature honeys in the Western Sector of the Yungas in Jujuy (Argentina). With the aim of knowing the nectar resources used by Apis mellifera L. in the western of the Yungas in Jujuy, 14 samples of immature honey and two of mature honey of periods 2011-2012 and 2012-2013, pertaining to a apiary of Tilquiza, were examined. That samples were processed according to conventional melissopalynologcal techniques with subsequent acetolysis. A total of 53 pollen types belonging to 31 botanical families were identified being Asteraceae and Fabaceae the most well represented. As dominant source were identified Crinodendron tucumanum in september 2011, Blepharocalyx salicifolius in november and december 2011 and type Scutia/Condalia in october 2012. As second contributions were identified Allophylus edulis, Zanthoxylum, Parapiptadenia excelsa, Baccharis, Gnaphalium, Eucalyptus and type Cissus, highlighting the influence of the native flora of the Yungas. From this study it was known to understand the dynamics of income nectar to the hive and evaluate those resources that are not present in mature honey and which are important for the development of the hive.
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