Chenopodium


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Noun1.Chenopodium - goosefoot; pigweed
caryophylloid dicot genus - genus of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
goosefoot - any of various weeds of the genus Chenopodium having small greenish flowers
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As 37 species of harmful weeds grow in wheat field in different cropping systems; the most troublesome being Philtres minor, Chenopodium album, Convolvulus arvensis, etc.
Sonchus asper was infested by eight aphid species and was followed by Tagetes minuta, Galinosoga perviflora and Chenopodium album that were infested by 7, 6 and 5 aphid species respectively.
Also known as "the gold of the Incas," quinoa is the seed of the Chenopodium quinoa and because of its alleged nutritional values, has been lauded as a "superfood.
And the less prevalent of Conyzadioscoridis, Chenopodium murale, Solanum incanium, Nepetacabiata, and Physalis somnifera the value weeds were 7.
Beyond the ionic and osmotic response to salinity in Chenopodium Quinoa: functional elements of successful halophytism.
Efecto de la temperatura y salinidad sobre la germinacion y crecimiento de plantulas de dos variedades de Chenopodium quinoa.
The riverine vegetation of wadi Tafna has been classified as follows: The so-called purely riverine forest vegetation is which are directly linked to the Wadi (in contact with the water and who are): Tamarix africana; Nerium oleander; Fragmites communis; Chenopodium album; Rumex bucephalophorus; etc.
Implications of direct and indirect selection parameters for improvement of grain yield and quality components in Chenopodium quinoa Willd.
Comparative analysis of the biological value of protein of Chenopodium quinoa and Chenopodium album (L.
Water extracts of sorghum plant parts considerably suppressed seed germination and seedling growth of Amaranthus retroflexus [17], Echinochloa colonum [18], Phalaris minor, Chenopodium album, Senebiera didyma, Cyperus rotundus and Rumex dentatus [19].