pseudocereal


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Related to pseudocereal: amaranth, quinoa, Legumes

pseu·do·ce·re·al

 (so͞o′dō-sîr′ē-əl)
n.
Any of several plants, such as quinoa, that do not belong to the grass family but produce fruits and seeds used as flour for bread and other staples.
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The high nutritional value of Amaranthus seeds, functional potential, short lifecycle, rapid growth, adaptability to unfavourable climate and soil condition, drought tolerance and the food use of the entire plant is the reason for increasing research interest in this pseudocereal.
Este pseudocereal nativo de esta region ha sido reconocido mundialmente por sus reconocidas caracteristicas nutritivas, cuyos niveles de proteinas fluctuan entre 13 y 17 % y posee todos los aminoacidos incluidos los esenciales (Repo, 2003; FAO, 2011; Martinez, 2014), ademas de presentar numerosas cualidades nutraceuticas que benefician la salud humana (Fuentes y Paredes, 2014), lo que ha motivado un mayor interes por su cultivo y por su consumo.
is a pseudocereal native to Latin America which has the potential to grow with less inputs water and tolerate a variety of biotic and abiotic stresses (Rea et al.
If you think that sounds daft it is actually described as a "species of goosefoot, a pseudocereal rather than a real cereal and closely related to tumbleweed".
Amaranth is often called a pseudocereal because it is used much like cereal grains although it is not in the grass family.
It is a pseudocereal rather than a true cereal, as it is not a member of the true grass family.
But because it is similar in nutrient profile and use for thousands of years, amaranth is often called a pseudocereal, and is considered a whole grain by the Whole Grains Council.
O amaranto (Amaranthus sp) e classificado como pseudocereal, devido as suas caracteristicas botanicas e nutricionais, pertence a familia Amaranthaceae, classe das dicotiledoneas, apresenta inflorescencia tipo panicula e e uma excelente fonte de nutrientes.
Buckwheat is one of those blessings, botanically belongs to Chenopeacae and recognized as pseudocereal.
originado nas Americas do Sul e Central, e um pseudocereal, considerado uma cultura ainda pouco conhecida ou divulgada na agricultura brasileira, mas e importante economicamente em outras partes do mundo (Spehar et al.
Effect on appetite control of minor cereal and pseudocereal products.