Chenopodium botrys

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Noun1.Chenopodium botrys - Eurasian aromatic oak-leaved goosefoot with many yellow-green flowersChenopodium botrys - Eurasian aromatic oak-leaved goosefoot with many yellow-green flowers; naturalized North America
goosefoot - any of various weeds of the genus Chenopodium having small greenish flowers
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(2005) reported that the essential oil isolated from aerial parts of collected Chenopodium botrys from southern Serbia exhibited significant bactericidal and fungicidal activity [4].
Flower head curative on eczema Chenopodium botrys Linn.
In the current study we evaluated the fumigant toxicity of savory Satureja thymbra L., Turkish oregano Origanum onites L., marjoram Origanum majorana L., laurel Laurus nobilis L., myrtle Myrtus communis L., lemon Citrus limon L., sticky goosefoot Chenopodium botrys L., thyme Thymus sipyleus Boiss., tansy Tanecetum armenum (DC.) Suchultz Bip.
Searching there on the 22d of September, I found, among other rank weeds, a species of nettle (Urtica urens) which I had not found before ; dill, which I had not seen growing spontaneously; the Jerusalem oak (Chenopodium botrys), which I had seen wild in but one place; black nightshade (Solanum nigrum), which is quite rare hereabouts, and common tobacco, which, though it was often cultivated here in the last century, has for fifty years been an unknown plant in this town, and a few months before this not even I had heard that one man, in the north part of the town, was cultivating a few plants for his own use.
Ambrosia, Chenopodium Botrys, is a member of the "goosefoot" family, so-called for the shape of its leaves.