НАКОПЛЕНИЕ ДИТЕРПЕНОВЫХ ГЛИКОЗИДОВ В ЛИСТЬЯХ РАЗНЫХ ГЕНОТИПОВ STEVIA REBAUDIANA BERTONI ПРИ ИЗМЕНЕНИИ ДЛИНЫ ДНЯ

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Кочетов (Kochetov), Алексей (Aleksej) Александрович (Aleksandrovich); Демина (Demina), Надежда (Nadezhda) Валерьевна (Valer'evna); Ульяновский (Ul'ianovskii), Николай (Nikolaj) Валерьевич (Valer'evich); Канарская (Kanarskaia), Зося (Zosja) Альбертовна (Al'bertovna); Канарский (Kanarskij), Альберт (Al'bert) Владимирович (Vladimirovich);
(2015)

Stevia rebaudiana (Bertoni) is the Paraguayan perennial shrub, belongs to Asteraceae family is well investigated and introduced in different regions of the world. The leaves of the stevia plants contain diterpene glycosides – sweet non-toxic dietic substances that are i... View more
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