Sumida T Studies on Stevia rebaudiana
Bertoni as a new possible crop for sweetening resource in Japan (English abstract).
The objective of this study was to evaluate the influence of osmotic priming on seed germination of Stevia rebaudiana
Clonal propagation and antimicrobial activity of an endemic medicinal plant Stevia rebaudiana
Among the four formulations of strawberry ice cream sweetened with Stevia rebaudiana
, those products containing a higher concentration of aqueous extract of Stevia rebaudiana
to provide a sufficient level of sweetness were selected by the formulator team to be tested.
Moreover, it has been reported that Stevia rebaudiana
shows the ability to maintain blood glucose level with glucose tolerance enhancement in diabetic rats (7).
Bertoni, source of a highpotency natural sweetener: A comprehensive review on the biochemical, nutritional and functional aspects.
It was concluded that Naphthalene acetic acid was a better choice for enhanced rooting and vegetative propagation of Stevia rebaudiana
through stem cuttings.
Apart from the traditional usage of dried leaf extract of Stevia rebaudiana
as a cure for diabetes, the sweet diterpene glycoside stevioside isolated from the plant has been subjected to several biochemical analysis for determining its anti-hyperglycemic property (Chatsudthipong and Muanprasat, 2009; Radzman et al.
More than 100 phytochemicals have been isolated from stevia rebaudiana
of which the best known are steviol gylcosides the chemical compounds responsible for stevia plant's sweetness.
Callogenesis and Shoot organogenesis from flowers of Stevia rebaudiana
In vitro antioxidant activities of stevia rebaudiana
leaves and callus, Journal of food composition and analysis, 20: 323-329.
Micropropagation of Stevia rebaudiana
Bertoni, a natural sweetener, through pre existing meristem explants