Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Se presenta la recopilacion de los resultados obtenidos en las investigaciones que sobre el cultivo de Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni Bertoni, se realizaron en la Estacion Experimental de Plantas Medicinales de San Antonio de los Banos, provincia La Habana, Cuba. Bajo estas condiciones se pudo conocer mediante dos fechas de siembra: diciembre y enero , que las semillas germinan a los 5 dias de la siembra, aunque con bajo porcentaje y que se pueden trasplantar dos meses despues. View PDF.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Se presenta la recopilacion de los resultados obtenidos en las investigaciones que sobre el cultivo de Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni Bertoni, se realizaron en la Estacion Experimental de Plantas Medicinales de San Antonio de los Banos, provincia La Habana, Cuba.
Bajo estas condiciones se pudo conocer mediante dos fechas de siembra: diciembre y enero , que las semillas germinan a los 5 dias de la siembra, aunque con bajo porcentaje y que se pueden trasplantar dos meses despues. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed.
Share This Paper. Citations Publications citing this paper. A preliminary study Tomas G. Plant densities and harvesting times on productive and physiological aspects of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni grown in southern Brazil. Stevia rebaudiana Bert. A review. References Publications referenced by this paper. Heritability for yield, leaf:stem ratio and stevioside content estimated from a landrace cultivar of Stevia rebaudiana James E.
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Sweeteners pp Cite as. The rising concern about the spread of obesity and diabetes, and a growing awareness about healthy foods in western societies have stimulated, in the last years, a strong interest toward stevia sweeteners as alternative of sucrose and artificial intensive sweeteners. The worldwide demand for purified steviol glycosides from stevia is steadily increasing, and it is expected that in the future the agricultural production capacity will be lower than the market demand. This provides a strong incentive to explore the possibilities to cultivate stevia and to produce leaves and extracts, beyond the traditional production zones.
The recent introduction of the cultivation of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni in Mexico has gained interest for its potential use as a non-caloric sweetener, but some other properties of this plant require studies. Extracts from two varieties of S. Total pigments, total phenolic and flavonoids contents of the extracts ranged between The variety "Criolla" exhibited higher contents of pigments and flavonoids. Trolox equivalent antioxidant capacity ranged between Reducing power ranged between
Correo-e: ajarma correo. Stevia, a semi-perennial herbaceous plant, native of Paraguay, has demonstrated its versatility to adapt in different environments in the world. This plant is characterized by the synthesis of steviol diterpene glycosides that can be, up to times, sweeter than sucrose. These substances are synthesized in the same pathway as gibberellins, so factors such as light and temperature that normally affect hormone synthesis, also may have a significant effect on steviol glycoside synthesis.
Effect of soil matric potential on stevia Stevia rebaudiana Bert. In recent years, biotechnology has introduced low-calorie, chemical-based artificial sweeteners to the global market in response to the needs of people with limitations regarding the consumption of sugar and calories in their diet. Among other species, stevia is a plant from which sweeteners such as stevioside and rebaudioside are derived, but its cultivation in Colombia is technically lagging, particularly in regards to irrigation management. We studied the soil matric potential SMP in stevia cultivation, Morita II variety, grown in the municipality of Prado, in the southern province of Tolima, Colombia, using tensiometer battery installations and the application of various water levels in order to determine the SMP range cb, cb cb, or cb. It was found that the irrigation levels of more than 5. Tensions between 50 and 60 cb can be good indicators for the water efficiency of the plants and drip irrigation with emitters placed at 20 cm from the root neck of the plant in stevia growing systems under the agroecological conditions of this experiment. Additional key words: water stress, tension, evapotranspiration, sweetener, harvest index, water use efficiency.