Celosia argentea

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Noun1.Celosia argentea - weedy annual with spikes of silver-white flowersCelosia argentea - weedy annual with spikes of silver-white flowers
Celosia, genus Celosia - annual or perennial herbs or vines of tropical and subtropical America and Asia and Africa
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
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Influence of organic manures and urea on nematode pests of Celosia argentea. Nematol.Mediterr.20:237-239.
Additionally, Celosia argentea plants are source of a spectrum of valuable chemicals such as antiviral proteins or betalains, that can be applied in many beneficial ways, i.e.
Due to high concentrations of calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, iron, zinc, and copper, Celosia argentea leaves are suitable for consumption as vegetables especially in many countries [5].
Collar rot induced by Macrophomina phaseolina recently appeared as one of the most significant constraints to the production of Cockscomb (Celosia argentea L.) an ornamental plant.
Cockscomb (Celosia argentea L.) an important summer annual flowering plant belonging to family Amaranthaceae is used in landscaping worldwide.
Rawia et al [14] an experiment amaranthus (Celosia argentea) showed increase in total leaf area and chlorophyll content of plants inoculated with the bacterial nitrogen fixation, nitrogen increasing uptake of is induced.
Three vegetables namely: Corchorous Olitorious (L.), Ocimum gratissimum (L.) and Celosia argentea var.
For instance, for treatment of burning sensations during urination, frequent urination, urinary tract infections, and irregular urination, whole plants of Celosia argentea were mixed with roots of Cyperus difformis, young stems of Curculigo orchioides and female elephant's teeth, and small pills were made from the mixture.
Zinnia elegans and Celosia argentea (McSorley and Frederick, 1994; Jabri et al., 1985).).
Application of secondary-treated effluents for cultivation of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) and celosia (Celosia argentea L.) as cut flowers.
Inoculum for nematode was isolated from infected roots of grown Celosia argentea.