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any plant of the genus Stevia or the closely related genus Piqueria having glutinous foliage and white or purplish flowers

any plant of the genus Piqueria or the closely related genus Stevia

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Geuns, "Radical scavenging activity of steviol glycosides, steviol glucuronide, hydroxytyrosol, metformin, aspirin and leaf extract of Stevia rebaudiana," Free Radicals and Antioxidants, vol.
The leaves of Stevia rebaudiana (Bertoni) have been used for centuries to sweeten beverages.
Extracts made from Stevia rebaudiana have many applications as sweeteners in the food industry, incorporated into a variety of products; however, eliminate sugar in the formulation of ice cream is not as simple as it may result in a product without adequate sensory characteristics (e.g.
Stevia rebaudiana bertoni as an herbal plant is famous due to its sweet taste and beneficial effects in blood glucose regulation.
It was concluded that Naphthalene acetic acid was a better choice for enhanced rooting and vegetative propagation of Stevia rebaudiana through stem cuttings.
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.
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
The objective of the current experiment is to fit regression models to the height of bedding plants of Stevia rebaudiana (Bert) Bertoni growing in three types of Styrofoam trays with different cell volumes (CARNEIRO, 1990; CARNEIRO et al., 1997) during the stages [V.sub.2.i].
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].
[48], Lippia junelliana [24], Stevia rebaudiana (Bert) [42,49], Scoparia dulcis L.
Eurostevia has an agreement with Stevia Rebaudiana of Sunfruits Ltd from India whose owner and CEO Shivraj Bhosle, visited Cyprus last week along with the director of Eurostevia Greece Nicos Papas.
"Stevia comes from Stevia Rebaudiana Bertoni, a plant that is originally from Central America.