Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Green environment

A Comprehensive Review on Uses of Stevia Rebaudiana Plant

Urvashi Asrani; Dr Archana Thakur

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4478-4483

One of the most common medicinal plants with outstanding pharmaceutical and
nutraceutical value is Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni. Stevia sweeteners sweeten hundreds of
foods and drinks worldwide. Stevioside form Stevia plant is sweeter than sucrose and is
widely used for its non-toxicity, non-calorific value and antimicrobial properties. The
Stevia market is growing at a faster pace because of its use as a sugar substitute in tabletop
sweetener, dairy items, and beverages. This review aims to showcase the developments
made in recent years in medicine and food industry applications of Stevia Rebaudiana


Neelansh Sharma; Vishal Mutreja; Hardeep Kaur

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4519-4528

Electrochemical sensors are a class of sensors in which the transducer component is the
electrode. These methods are presently utilized in a wide assortment of business
applications. These sensors are significant for some factors: the utilization of the electron
for signal obtaining, which is known to be a perfect model for logical applications, without
squander age; scaling down in versatile gadgets (test microvolume investigation); quick
examination; and minimal effort of creation, permitting these techniques to be promoted
(for example as business glucose sensors). Moreover, the advancement of electrochemical
sensors is assisting with upgrading different procedures, for example, identifiers for
chromatography. Electrochemical sensors are getting progressively exact, particular, exact,
and profoundly delicate when joined with nanotechnology.