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- M. Aghighi Shahverdi; H. Omidi; H. Mosanaiey; M. Pessarakli; S. E. Mousavi; M. Ghasemzadeh
- Journal of plant nutrition 2019 v.42 no.10 pp. 1125-1132
- Stevia; catalase; environmental factors; enzyme activity; peroxidase; proline; protein content; seed germination; seedling growth; seedlings; superoxide dismutase; temperature; vigor
- ... Light and temperature are among the environmental factors affecting germination of seeds and seedling growth. Therefore, this experiment was carried out to evaluate the effect of light (light, dark, and combined light and dark) and temperature (15, 20, 25, and 30 °C) treatments on seed germination indices and physiological traits of stevia. With increasing temperature to 25 °C, percentage and rate ...
- Jodi E. Nettleton; Teja Klancic; Alana Schick; Ashley C. Choo; Jane Shearer; Stephanie L. Borgland; Faye Chleilat; Shyamchand Mayengbam; Raylene A. Reimer
- Nutrients 2019 v.11 no.6 pp. -
- Stevia; beverages; digestive system; dopamine; drinking water; dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry; dysbiosis; environmental factors; feces; food intake; glucose; glucose tolerance; insulin resistance; intestinal microorganisms; inulin; laboratory animals; males; messenger RNA; obesity; permeability; prebiotics; rats; short chain fatty acids; sweeteners; tyrosine 3-monooxygenase; weight gain
- ... Stevia is a natural low-calorie sweetener that is growing in popularity in food and beverage products. Despite its widespread use, little is understood of its impact on the gut microbiota, an important environmental factor that can mediate metabolism and subsequent obesity and disease risk. Furthermore, given previous reports of dysbiosis with some artificial low-calorie sweeteners, we wanted to u ...
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