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A STUDY ABOUT PHYSICOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FRESH AND LYOPHILIZED ROYAL JELLY UN STUDIU DESPRE COMPOZIłIA FIZICO-CHIMICĂ A LĂPTIŞORULUI DE MATCĂ PROASPĂT ŞI LIOFILIZAT
This paper contents a summery about physicochemical composition of frash and lyophilized royal jelly. Royal jelly (RJ) is a yellowish and creamy secretion from hypo pharyngeal and mandibular glands of young worker bees (Apis mellifera L.) to feed all larvae for the first three days of their life and the queen bee for both her larval life and adulthood.. Royal jelly is a honey bee secretion that is used in the nutrition of the larvae. Queen bees are made, not born, and their feeding with royalfatcat:q223va6hujggrppw5lxkobrwyi