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Stevia

(stē′vē-ă) [NL]
A genus of shrubs native to South America. A noncaloric sugar substitute is made from plants of this genus.
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Madan S, Ahmad S, Singh GN, Kohli K, Kumar Y, Singh R and M Garg Stevia rebaudiana (Bert.
This method uses communicative figures to show sample data when the variability is more prominent than the means (Krzywinski & Altman, 2014) as typically observed for Stevia rebaudiana seeds.
Evaluation of steviol and its glycosides in Stevia rebaudiana leaves and commercial sweetener by ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry.
As seen in table 2, those ice cream made with the same variety of Stevia rebaudiana have a proximate analysis similarly to each other, but slightly different to the other variety.
Extraction and safety of stevioside; response to the article Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni, source of a high potency natural sweetener: a comprehensive review on the biochemical, nutritional and functional aspects.
Effect of Stevia rebaudiana on glucose tolerance in normal adult humans.
Key words: Stevia rebaudiana, Cuttings, auxins, rooting.
The insulin sensitive cells were further treated with 100 nM of human insulin (Himedia), stevioside and steviol (Sigma) in concentrations 1 [micro]M-100 [micro]M, crude preparation of Stevia rebaudiana (Bertoni) leaf extract.
In conclusion sweet herb Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni possesses a valuable future.
Efficient regeneration for enhaced steviol glycosides in Stevia rebaudiana (Bertoni).
Stevia rebaudiana (Asteraceae) es fuente de esteviosidos y rebaudiosidos, unos glucosidos de diterpenos no toxicos y no mutagenicos usados comercialmente como edulcorantes naturales bajos en calorias y propicios para pacientes diabeticos ya que no aumentan los niveles de glucosa en la sangre (Kinghorn y Soejarto, 1986; Ishima y Katayama, 1976; Tanaka, 1982; Matsui et al.
Among secondary metabolites, diterpene glycosides of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni plants with steviol (13-hydroxy-ent-kaur-16-en-19-oic acid) as aglycon is of particular interest [1].