Amaranthus caudatus


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Noun1.Amaranthus caudatus - young leaves widely used as leaf vegetables; seeds used as cereal
amaranth - any of various plants of the genus Amaranthus having dense plumes of green or red flowers; often cultivated for food
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Amaranthus caudatus (L.) Love-lies-bleeding (Amaranthaceae) 17.
Amaranthus spinosus, Amaranthus caudatus, Bidens pilosa and Solanum nigrum
Family Host Symptoms local Aizoaceae Tetragonia expansa necrotic ringspot Amaranthus caudatus necrotic local lesions Amaranthus tricolor chlorotic local lesions Amaranthaceae Gomphrena celosiodes asymptomatic infection Gomphrena globosa necrotic local lesions Alternanthera dentata necrotic local lesions Apiaceae Apium graveolens, cv.
In vitro antioxidant effect and inhibition of a-amylase of two varieties of Amaranthus caudatus seeds.
Thus might involve interaction between allelochemicals and hormone, phenolics have been shown to remove the inhibition of hypocotyl growth of Amaranthus caudatus seedlings induced by abscisic acid (Ray et al., 1984).
Fatty acids content in crude extract obtained from raw ground Amaranthus caudatus seeds by SCFE (313 K/20 MPa) contained palmitic acid 19.89%, stearic acid 2.55%, oleic acid 25.47%, and linoleic acid 25.47% [54].
While the average length (0.49 mm) is significantly lower compared to that of Astragalus armatus and Pituranthos chloranthus [34], Amaranthus caudatus L.
Chenopodium quinoa (quinoa), Amaranthus caudatus (amaranto) y Salvia hispanica (chia) son altamente apreciadas por su valor nutricional (6).
Potent endogenous allelopathic compounds in Lepidium sativum seed exudate, effects on epidermal cell growth in Amaranthus caudatus seedlings.
Amaranthus hypochondriacus and Amaranthus caudatus germplasm: Characteristics of plants, grain and flours.
What is the evocative common name of the red-flowered Amaranthus caudatus? 3.