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Application of in vitro stevia (Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni) cultures in obtaining steviol glycoside rich material

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Zastosowanie kultur in vitro stewii (Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni) do uzyskania materiału bogatego w glikozydy stewiolu
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Stevia is a plant attracting attention due to its capability to synthesize a group of chemical compounds with sweet taste, i.e. steviol glycosides. Steviol glycosides are successfully applied as a natural sweetener, and some of them have also therapeutic properties. This paper presents available information on the use of stevia plant tissue cultures with the focus on their potential application in food industry. Detailed analysis was done concerning the research employing in vitro culture techniques and the use of them in biosynthesis of secondary metabolites of high importance for the food industry. Both established achievements and most recent publications on stevia were used for assessment of practical applications of the aforementioned techniques and prospects for their development.
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Stewia jest rośliną budzącą szerokie zainteresowanie ze względu na zdolność syntezy grupy związków chemicznych o słodkim smaku – glikozydów stewiolu. Glikozydy stewiolu są z powodzeniem stosowane jako naturalny słodzik, a niektóre z nich wykazują również właściwości terapeutyczne. W pracy przedstawiono dostępne informacje na temat wykorzystana roślinnych kultur tkankowych stewii ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem możliwości ich użycia dla potrzeb przemysłu spożywczego. Szeroko rozeznano i przeanalizowano badania z użyciem technik in vitro w hodowli stewii i możliwości ich wykorzystania w procesie biosyntezy ważnych dla przemysłu spożywczego metabolitów wtórnych. Uwzględniając zarówno dotychczasowe osiągnięcia, jak również najnowsze publikacje dotyczące tematyki stewii, oceniono możliwość praktycznego zastosowania omawianych technik, jak również potencjalne możliwości ich przyszłego rozwoju.
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p.50-63,ref.
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  • Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Wojska Polskiego 71b, 60-630 Poznan, Poland
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  • Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Wojska Polskiego 71b, 60-630 Poznan, Poland
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  • Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Wojska Polskiego 71b, 60-630 Poznan, Poland
autor
  • Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Wojska Polskiego 71b, 60-630 Poznan, Poland
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