Pathak C, Chopra AK, Srivastava S (2013) Accumulation of heavy metals in Spinacia
oleracea irrigated with paper mill effluent and sewage.
Review of neuro-nutrition used as anti-Alzheimer plant, spinach, Spinacia
Data indicated that sample treatment caused significant (p [less than or equal to] 0.05) difference in manganese content in Hibiscus escolentus (upright), Corchorius olitorus, Amaranthus spinosus, Amaranthus caudatus, Bidens pilosa, Solanum nigrum and Momordica involucrata while Hibiscus escolentus (exotic), Spinacia
oleracea and Brassica oleracea did not vary significantly (p [less than or equal to] 0.05).
These results are in agreement with those obtained by Shyamala which obtained a stability in time of the yogurt samples when different levels of coriander (Coriandrum sativum) and spinach (Spinacia
oleracea) extracts were added .
Yang, "Effects of phosphorus on chemical forms of Cd in plants of four spinach (Spinacia
oleracea L.) cultivars differing in Cd accumulation," Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol.
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oleracea chlorotic local lesions /no infection Cucurbitaceae Citrullus lanatus var.
botrytis Cauliflower Espinaca Spinacia
oleracea Spinach Frejol Phaseolus vulgaris Frejol Frutilla Fragaria Strawberry Habas Vicia faba Broad beans Hierbas Coriandrum sativum, Weeds Petroselinum crispum Lechuga Lactuca sativa Lettuce Melloco Ullucus tuberosus Melloco Nabo Brassica rapa Turnip Papas Solanum tuberosum Potatoes Pepinillo Cucumis sativus Pickle Pepino Cucumis sativus Cucumber Pimiento Capsicum annuum Pepper Rabano Raphanus sativus Radish Remolacha Beta vulgaris Beet Tomate de arbol Solanum betaceum Tamarillo Tomate rinon Solanum lycopersicum Tomato Vainita Phaseolus vulgaris L Vainita Zanahoria Daucus carota Carrot Zapallo Cucurbita maxima Zapallo Table 2: Transactions with products contained in each sale ("canasta").
Isolation and characterization of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (pgpr) from agricultural field and their potential role on germination and growth of spinach (spinacia
oleracea l.) Plants.
4) is grown as a spinach substitute in areas too hot for Spinacia
oleracea and was eaten by Banks with stingray and tripe; Banksia serrata (Fig.