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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Keywords: Quinoa, Gluten-free, nutritional value, Chenopodium quinoa wild.
The mountains and the sea of Taitung, nurturing rich natural ecology and products including quality rice, tea, golden needle flower(orange daylily), custard apples, Chenopodium rubrum (red quinoa), skipjack, and swordfish.
weeds (Setaria viridis + Setaria verticillata), Digitaria sanguinalis, Chenopodium album, Amaranthus quitensis, Portulaca oleracea, Brassica campestris) and H.
Herbs such as Chenopodium album and Peganum hermala accounted for most of the volume and frequency in stomach content and fecal samples followed by grasses Cynodon dactylon and Desmostachya bipinnata.
The bats live on trees such as Peepal, Chenopodium and Semar, situated around a historic pond believed to have been constructed by a king in the 15th century.
Por otra parte, De la Pena & Pensier (2003) reportan el consumo de semillas pertenecientes a las familias Chenopodiaceae y Malvaceae y los generos Chenopodium, Sida y Eleusine.
Kaniwa is from the same genus as quinoa (Chenopodium), but it's a different species that's about half the size, and has some different nutritional properties.
The Rainbow quinoa, above (Chenopodium quinoa), with it's variety of colours, has been selected for it's open flower-shape that sheds water easily and helps grow good seed even in slightly damper climates (like the west coast of Wales where Real Seeds are based.) One of the many lovely things about this company is that they have experience of growing their seeds in the often-awkward Welsh climate.
Una de ellas refiere a un aspecto muy relevante de TPV1 relacionado con el hallazgo de semillas termoalteradas de quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.