Amaranthus: A plant genus, in the family AMARANTHACEAE, best known as a source of high-protein grain crops and of Red Dye No. 2 (AMARANTH DYE). Tumbleweed sometimes refers to Amaranthus but more often refers to SALSOLA.Betaine-Aldehyde Dehydrogenase: An NAD+ dependent enzyme that catalyzes the oxidation of betain aldehyde to BETAINE.Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase: An enzyme with high affinity for carbon dioxide. It catalyzes irreversibly the formation of oxaloacetate from phosphoenolpyruvate and carbon dioxide. This fixation of carbon dioxide in several bacteria and some plants is the first step in the biosynthesis of glucose. EC 4.1.1.31.Plant Lectins: Protein or glycoprotein substances of plant origin that bind to sugar moieties in cell walls or membranes. Some carbohydrate-metabolizing proteins (ENZYMES) from PLANTS also bind to carbohydrates, however they are not considered lectins. Many plant lectins change the physiology of the membrane of BLOOD CELLS to cause agglutination, mitosis, or other biochemical changes. They may play a role in plant defense mechanisms.Ribosome Inactivating Proteins: N-Glycosidases that remove adenines from RIBOSOMAL RNA, depurinating the conserved alpha-sarcin loop of 28S RIBOSOMAL RNA. They often consist of a toxic A subunit and a binding lectin B subunit. They may be considered as PROTEIN SYNTHESIS INHIBITORS. They are found in many PLANTS and have cytotoxic and antiviral activity.Angiosperms: Members of the group of vascular plants which bear flowers. They are differentiated from GYMNOSPERMS by their production of seeds within a closed chamber (OVARY, PLANT). The Angiosperms division is composed of two classes, the monocotyledons (Liliopsida) and dicotyledons (Magnoliopsida). Angiosperms represent approximately 80% of all known living plants.Seeds: The encapsulated embryos of flowering plants. They are used as is or for animal feed because of the high content of concentrated nutrients like starches, proteins, and fats. Rapeseed, cottonseed, and sunflower seed are also produced for the oils (fats) they yield.

Isolation of a choline monooxygenase cDNA clone from Amaranthus tricolor and its expressions under stress conditions. (1/66)

Plants synthesize the osmoprotectant glycine betaine (GB) via choline-->betaine aldehyde-->glycine betaine[1]. Two enzymes are involved in the pathway, choline monooxygenase (CMO) and betaine aldehyde dehydrogenase (BADH). A full length CMO cDNA (1,643bp) was cloned from Amaranthus tricolor. The open reading frame encoded a 442-amino acid polypeptide, which showed 69% identity with CMOs in Spinacia oleracea L. and Beta vulgaris L. DNA gel blot analysis indicated the presence of one copy of CMO gene in the A. tricolor genome. The expressions of CMO and BADH proteins in A.tricolor leaves significantly increased under salinization, drought and heat stress (42 degrees C), as determined by immunoblot analysis, but did not respond to cold stress (4 degrees C), or exogenous ABA application. The increase of GB content in leaves was parallel to CMO and BADH contents.  (+info)

Structural analysis of free and enzyme-bound amaranth alpha-amylase inhibitor: classification within the knottin fold superfamily and analysis of its functional flexibility. (2/66)

The three-dimensional structure of the amaranth alpha-amylase inhibitor (AAI) adopts a knottin fold of abcabc topology. Upon binding to alpha-amylase, it adopts a more compact conformation characterized by an increased number of intramolecular hydrogen bonds, a decreased volume and in addition a trans to cis isomerization of Pro20. A systematic analysis of the 3-D structural databanks revealed that similar proteins and domains share with AAI the characteristic presence of proline residues, many of which are in a cis backbone conformation. As these proteins fulfil a variety of functional roles and are expressed in very different organisms, we conclude that the structure of the knottin fold, including the propensity of the cis bond, are the result of convergent evolution.  (+info)

Variation in the k(cat) of Rubisco in C(3) and C(4) plants and some implications for photosynthetic performance at high and low temperature. (3/66)

The capacity of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (Rubisco) to consume RuBP is a major limitation on the rate of net CO(2) assimilation (A) in C(3) and C(4) plants. The pattern of Rubisco limitation differs between the two photosynthetic types, as shown by comparisons of temperature and CO(2) responses of A and Rubisco activity from C(3) and C(4) species. In C(3) species, Rubisco capacity is the primary limitation on A at light saturation and CO(2) concentrations below the current atmospheric value of 37 Pa, particularly near the temperature optimum. Below 20 degrees C, C(3) photosynthesis at 37 and 68 Pa is often limited by the capacity to regenerate phosphate for photophosphorylation. In C(4) plants, the Rubisco capacity is equivalent to A below 18 degrees C, but exceeds the photosynthetic capacity above 25 degrees C, indicating that Rubisco is an important limitation at cool but not warm temperatures. A comparison of the catalytic efficiency of Rubisco (k(cat) in mol CO(2) mol(-1) Rubisco active sites s(-1)) from 17 C(3) and C(4) plants showed that Rubisco from C(4) species, and C(3) species originating in cool environments, had higher k(cat) than Rubisco from C(3) species originating in warm environments. This indicates that Rubisco evolved to improve performance in the environment that plants normally experience. In C(4) plants, and C(3) species from cool environments, Rubisco often operates near CO(2) saturation, so that increases in k(cat) would enhance A. In warm-habitat C(4) species, Rubisco often operates at CO(2) concentrations below the K(m) for CO(2). Because k(cat) and K(m) vary proportionally, the low k(cat) indicates that Rubisco has been modified in a manner that reduces K(m) and thus increases the affinity for CO(2) in C(3) species from warm climates.  (+info)

Premature termination of RNA polymerase II mediated transcription of a seed protein gene in Schizosaccharomyces pombe. (4/66)

The poly(A) signal and downstream elements with transcriptional pausing activity play an important role in termination of RNA polymerase II transcription. We show that an intronic sequence derived from the plant seed protein gene (AmA1) specifically acts as a transcriptional terminator in the fission yeast, Schizosaccharomyces pombe. The 3'-end points of mRNA encoded by the AmA1 gene were mapped at different positions in S.pombe and in native cells of Amaranthus hypochondriacus. Deletion analyses of the AmA1 intronic sequence revealed that multiple elements essential for proper transcriptional termination in S.pombe include two site-determining elements (SDEs) and three downstream sequence elements. RT-PCR analyses detected transcripts up to the second SDE. This is the first report showing that the highly conserved mammalian poly(A) signal, AAUAAA, is also functional in S.pombe. The poly(A) site was determined as Y(A) both in native and heterologous systems but at different positions. Deletion of these cis-elements abolished 3'-end processing in S.pombe and a single point mutation in this motif reduced the activity by 70% while enhancing activity at downstream SDE. These results indicate that the bipartite sequence elements as signals for 3'-end processing in fission yeast act in tandem with other cis-acting elements. A comparison of these elements in the AmA1 intron that function as a transcriptional terminator in fission yeast with that of its native genes showed that both require an AT-rich distal and proximal upstream element. However, these sequences are not identical. Transcription run-on analysis indicates that elongating RNA polymerase II molecules accumulate over these pause signals, maximal at 611-949 nt. Furthermore, we demonstrate that the AmA1 intronic terminator sequence acts in a position-independent manner when placed within another gene.  (+info)

Decoupling of light intensity effects on the growth and development of C3 and C4 weed species through sucrose supplementation. (5/66)

Light availability has a profound effect on plant growth and development. One of the ways to study the effects of light intensity on plant growth and development without the confounding problem of photosynthate availability is sucrose injection/supplementation. A greenhouse experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of light levels (0% and 75% shade) and sucrose injection (distilled water or 150 g sucrose l(-1)) on three weed species: redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus L., C4), lambsquarters (Chenopodium album L., C3) and velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medic., C3). The average total sucrose uptake was 7.6 and 5.9 g per plant for 0% and 75% shading, respectively, representing 47% of the average total weed dry weight. Plants injected with sucrose had greater dry weights and shoot-to-root ratios under both light levels. In spite of sucrose supplementation the reduction in dry matter due to shading was greater for roots and reproductive structures than vegetative shoot tissues, indicating light level regulation of morphological changes resulting in changed C allocation that are independent of photosynthate availability. Dry weights of plants injected with sucrose under 75% shading were not different from distilled water-injected unshaded plants. However, both sucrose-injected and control plants, regardless of their photosynthetic pathways, underwent similar changes in allocation of dry matter and morphology due to shading, suggesting that these effects are strictly due to light intensity and not related to photosynthate availability.  (+info)

Bundle sheath diffusive resistance to CO(2) and effectiveness of C(4) photosynthesis and refixation of photorespired CO(2) in a C(4) cycle mutant and wild-type Amaranthus edulis. (6/66)

A mutant of the NAD-malic enzyme-type C(4) plant, Amaranthus edulis, which lacks phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase (PEPC) in the mesophyll cells was studied. Analysis of CO(2) response curves of photosynthesis of the mutant, which has normal Kranz anatomy but lacks a functional C(4) cycle, provided a direct means of determining the liquid phase-diffusive resistance of atmospheric CO(2) to sites of ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylation inside bundle sheath (BS) chloroplasts (r(bs)) within intact plants. Comparisons were made with excised shoots of wild-type plants fed 3,3-dichloro-2-(dihydroxyphosphinoyl-methyl)-propenoate, an inhibitor of PEPC. Values of r(bs) in A. edulis were 70 to 180 m(2) s(-1) mol(-1), increasing as the leaf matured. This is about 70-fold higher than the liquid phase resistance for diffusion of CO(2) to Rubisco in mesophyll cells of C(3) plants. The values of r(bs) in A. edulis are sufficient for C(4) photosynthesis to elevate CO(2) in BS cells and to minimize photorespiration. The calculated CO(2) concentration in BS cells, which is dependent on input of r(bs), was about 2,000 microbar under maximum rates of CO(2) fixation, which is about six times the ambient level of CO(2). High re-assimilation of photorespired CO(2) was demonstrated in both mutant and wild-type plants at limiting CO(2) concentrations, which can be explained by high r(bs). Increasing O(2) from near zero up to ambient levels under low CO(2), resulted in an increase in the gross rate of O(2) evolution measured by chlorophyll fluorescence analysis in the PEPC mutant; this increase was simulated from a Rubisco kinetic model, which indicates effective refixation of photorespired CO(2) in BS cells.  (+info)

Antigenic and allergenic properties of Amaranthus Spinosus pollen--a commonly growing weed in India. (7/66)

Amaranthus spinosus (Fam. Amaranthaceae) is an important aeroallergen in India and grows commonly in different parts of the country. In spite of its clinical significance in Type I hypersensitivity disorders, the antigenic and the allergenic properties of the pollen have not been systematically resolved. We investigated antigenic and allergenic properties of 5 pollen samples of Amaranthus spinosus collected from the Delhi area at fortnightly intervals. The protein content did not exhibit statistically significant variability. However, samples collected during the peak flowering season showed higher protein content. Biochemical characterization of samples showed multiple protein fractions by IEF and SDS-PAGE analysis. Samples collected during peak season showed a slightly higher number of bands (22) in the mw range of 14-70 kD. Seven protein fractions of 70, 66, 60, 50, 40, 30 and 14 kD were observed to have IgE binding capabilities and 9 were treated as allergenic. The observations will be helpful in standardizing pollen antigens for diagnosis and immunotherapy in India.  (+info)

Dramatic difference in the responses of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase to temperature in leaves of C3 and C4 plants. (8/66)

Temperature caused phenomenal modulation of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase (PEPC, EC 4.1.1.31) in leaf discs of Amaranthus hypochondriacus (NAD-ME type C(4) species), compared to the pattern in Pisum sativum (a C(3) plant). The optimal incubation temperature for PEPC in A. hypochondriacus (C(4)) was 45 degrees C compared to 30 degrees C in P. sativum (C(3)). A. hypochondriacus (C(4)) lost nearly 70% of PEPC activity on exposure to a low temperature of 15 degrees C, compared to only about a 35% loss in the case of P. sativum (C(3)). Thus, the C(4) enzyme was less sensitive to supra-optimal temperature and more sensitive to sub-optimal temperature than that of the C(3) species. As the temperature was raised from 15 degrees C to 50 degrees C, there was a sharp decrease in malate sensitivity of PEPC. The extent of such a decrease in C(4) plants (45%) was more than that in C(3) species (30%). The maintenance of high enzyme activity at warm temperatures, together with a sharp decrease in the malate sensitivity of PEPC was also noticed in other C(4) plants. The temperature-induced changes in PEPC of both A. hypochondriacus (C(4)) and P. sativum (C(3)) were reversible to a large extent. There was no difference in the extent of phosphorylation of PEPC in leaves of A. hypochondriacus on exposure to varying temperatures, unlike the marked increase in the phosphorylation of enzyme on illumination of the leaves. These results demonstrate that (i) there are marked differences in the temperature sensitivity of PEPC in C(3) and C(4) plants, (ii) the temperature induced changes are reversible, and (iii) these changes are not related to the phosphorylation state of the enzyme. The inclusion of PEG-6000, during the assay, dampened the modulation by temperature of malate sensitivity of PEPC in A. hypochondriacus. It is suggested that the variation in temperature may cause significant conformational changes in C(4)-PEPC.  (+info)

*Amaranthus furcatus

... is a species of plant in the Amaranthaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Tye, A. (2000). "Amaranthus ...

*Amaranthus graecizans

ISBN 071570808-2. "Amaranthus graecizans". Useful Tropical Plants. Retrieved 24 January 2018. "Amaranthus graecizans". Useful ... Amaranthus graecizans is an annual herb that grows up to 50 cm tall. Stems are branched from base, glabrous or covered with ... Amaranthus graecizans grows in warm temperate zones where it can be found at elevations up to 2,400m. It grows rapidly after ... A common way to cook Amaranthus graecizans was to cook it in buttermilk, or to squeeze fresh lime-juice over it. The seeds are ...

*Amaranthus sclerantoides

... is a species of plant in the Amaranthaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Tye, A. & Lau, B. (2014 ... "Amaranthus sclerantoides". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2014: e.T39086A61481689. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2014-3. ...

*Amaranthus blitum

... , commonly called purple amaranth or Guernsey pigweed, is an annual plant species in economically important ... The Greeks call the Amaranthus blitum var. silvestre, vlita (Modern Greek: βλίτα), and eat the leaves and the tender shoots ... "Amaranthus blitum". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 7 January 2016. "BSBI List 2007". ...

*Amaranthus brownii

... is the only endemic species of Hawaiian Amaranthus in the Hawaiian Islands. It is an herbaceous annual plant ... Amaranthus brownii is an annual herb in the Amaranthaceae family. The plant is found only on the small island of Nihoa in the ... The plant is thought to be anemophilous (pollinated by wind). Amaranthus brownii has a very limited range; it is found only on ... a. ^ Wagner and Herbst list five naturalized species of Amaranthus in Hawaii in addition to the endemic A. brownii. The authors ...

*Amaranthus tricolor

PROTAbase on Amaranthus tricolor Amaranthus tricolor at the Encyclopedia of Life Amaranthus tricolor L. Medicinal Plant Images ... Amaranthus tricolor, known as edible amaranth, is a species in the genus Amaranthus (family Amaranthaceae). The ornamental ... "Sorting Amaranthus names". "Amaranthus gangeticus L". The Plant List. 2010. Retrieved 9 March 2013. Larsen, T.; Thilsted, S. H ... Amaranthus gangeticus is considered a synonym of A. tricolor, but has been recognized as a separate species in the past. A. ...

*Amaranthus thunbergii

... , commonly known as Thunberg's amaranthus or Thunberg's pigweed, is found in Africa. The leaves are used ... "Amaranthus thunbergii". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 7 January 2016. "BSBI List 2007 ...

*Amaranthus blitoides

The seeds of Amaranthus blitoides were used as a food source by a number of Native American groups. Among the Zuni people, the ... Amaranthus blitoides, commonly called mat amaranth, prostrate pigweed, procumbent pigweed, prostrate amaranth, or matweed, is a ... "Amaranthus blitoides". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 7 January 2016. "BSBI List 2007 ...

*Amaranthus watsonii

... is a species of amaranth known by the common name Watson's amaranth. It is native to the southwestern ... ". "Amaranthus watsonii". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 7 January 2016. Jepson Manual ...

*Amaranthus retroflexus

... , true to one of its common names, forms a tumbleweed. It is native to the tropical Americas, but is ... Amaranthus retroflexus is a species of flowering plant in the Amaranthaceae family with several common names, including red- ... Like many other species of Amaranthus, this plant may be harmful and even deadly when fed to cattle and pigs in large amounts ... No species of genus Amaranthus is known to be poisonous, but the leaves contain oxalic acid and may contain nitrates if grown ...

*Amaranthus hybridus

... grows from a short taproot and can be up to 2.5 m in height. It is a glabrous or glabrescent plant. ... Amaranthus hybridus was originally a pioneer plant in eastern North America. It has been reported to have been found in every ... Amaranthus hybridus, commonly called green amaranth, slim amaranth, smooth amaranth, smooth pigweed, or red amaranth, is a ... It is extremely variable, and many other Amaranthus species are believed to be natural hybridizations or derive from A. ...

*Amaranthus palmeri

Other related Amaranthus species have been grown as crops for their greens and seeds for thousands of years in Mexico, South ... Amaranthus palmeri is a species of edible flowering plant in the amaranth genus. It has several common names, including ... "Amaranthus species". Purdue University Center for New Crops and Plants Products. Andrew Leonard (27 August 2008). "Monsanto's ... In 2014, North Dakota State University's "ND Weed Control Guide" selected Amaranthus palmeri, as "weed-of-the-year" to raise ...

*Amaranthus caudatus

... (Famine Food Guide website) Photo gallery Amaranthus caudatus L. Medicinal Plant Images Database (School of ... Amaranthus caudatus is a species of annual flowering plant. It goes by common names such as love-lies-bleeding, pendant ... The exact origin is unknown, as A. caudatus is believed to be a wild Amaranthus hybridus aggregate. The red color of the ... Ornamental garden varieties sold under the latter name are either Amaranthus cruentus or a hybrid between A. cruentus and A. ...

*Amaranthus albus

... L. includes photos and European distribution map Atlas of Living Australia "Amaranthus albus". Germplasm ... Amaranthus albus is an annual species of flowering plant. It is native to the tropical Americas but a widespread introduced ... Amaranthus albus is an annual herb up to 50 cm (20 inches) tall, forming many branches. Larger specimens turn into tumbleweeds ... "Amaranthus albus". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 7 January 2016. Flora of North ...

*Amaranthus hypochondriacus

RHS Plant Selector Amaranthus hypochondriacus 'Green Thumb' AGM / RHS Gardening RHS Plant Selector Amaranthus hypochondriacus ' ... Carl von Linnés digitala växtbibliotek PROTAbase on Amaranthus hypochondriacus more growing information Amaranthus ... Amaranthus hypochondriacus is an ornamental plant commonly known as Prince-of-Wales feather or prince's-feather. Originally ... ". "Amaranthus hypochondriacus". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 7 January 2016. "BSBI ...

*Amaranthus anderssonii

... is a species of plant in the Amaranthaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Tye, A. & Lau, B. 2005. ... Amaranthus anderssonii. 2014 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 4 August 2015.. ...

*Amaranthus powellii

... is a species of amaranth known by the common names Powell's amaranth and green amaranth. It is native to ... "Amaranthus powellii". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 7 January 2016. Jepson Manual ...

*Amaranthus tuberculatus

... , commonly known as roughfruit amaranth, rough-fruited water-hemp, or tall waterhemp, is a species of ... "Amaranthus tuberculatus". Flora of North America Vol. 4. www.eFloras.org. Biota of North America Program 2014 county ... Growth analysis of four Amaranthus species. Weed Sci. 48:347-355. Trucco, F., M.R. Jeschke, A.L. Rayburn, and P.J. Tranel. 2005 ... "Amaranthus tuberculatus (Moq.) Sauer". PLANTS Database. United States Department of Agriculture. Retrieved 2007-12-26. Stritzke ...

*Amaranthus acanthochiton

... , the greenstripe, is an annual plant species of the genus Amaranthus in the Amaranthaceae family. It ...

*Amaranthus pumilus

... , the seaside amaranth or seabeach amaranth, is a species of amaranth. This annual plant is now a threatened ... Note: This list is newer than the one used by plants.usda.gov and is more up-to-date.) "Plants Profile for Amaranthus pumilus ( ... The lengthy viability of these seeds may account for the reappearance of Amaranthus pumilus in places where it had formerly ...

*Amaranthus cannabinus

... is a plant species also known as salt marsh water hemp or salt marsh pigweed. It is a herbaceous ... It is often mistaken for Amaranthus australis. Britton, N.L., and A. Brown. 1913. An illustrated flora of the northern United ...

*Amaranthus grandiflorus

... is a species of Amaranthus found in Australia. Amaranthus grandiflorus is an annual plant, reaching up ... Amaranthus grandiflorus was originally described in 1923 by John McConnell Black as a variety of Amaranthus mitchellii. " ... "Amaranthus grandiflorus (J.M.Black) J.M.Black". New South Wales Flora Online. National Herbarium of New South Wales. Retrieved ... Amaranthus grandiflorus is found in Northern Territory, South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. It lives in ...

*Amaranthus crispus

... is also known as crispleaf amaranth. It is a herbaceous, sparsely pubescent annual plant. It can grow up to ...

*Amaranthus spinosus

PROTAbase on Amaranthus spinosus Jepson Manual Treatment Amaranthus spinosus in West African plants - A Photo Guide.. ... Amaranthus spinosus, commonly known as the spiny amaranth, spiny pigweed, prickly amaranth or thorny amaranth, is a plant is ... "Amaranthus spinosusaccessdate=7 January 2016". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Caton, B. P.; M. ...

*Amaranthus fimbriatus

... is a species of glabrous flowering plant. It is also known by common names such as fringed amaranth or ...
Grain amaranths tolerate stress and produce highly nutritious seeds. We have identified several (a)biotic stress-responsive genes of unknown function in Amaranthus hypochondriacus, including the so-called Ah24 gene. Ah24 was expressed in young or developing tissues; it was also strongly induced by mechanical damage, insect herbivory and methyl jasmonate and in meristems and newly emerging leaves of severely defoliated plants. Interestingly, an in silico analysis of its 1304 bp promoter region showed a predominance of regulatory boxes involved in development, but not in defense. The Ah24 cDNA encodes a predicted cytosolic protein of 164 amino acids, the localization of which was confirmed by confocal microscopy. Additional in silico analysis identified several other Ah24 homologs, present almost exclusively in plants belonging to the Caryophyllales. The possible function of this gene in planta was examined in transgenic Ah24 overexpressing Arabidopsis thaliana and Nicotiana tabacum plants. Transformed
Juniper Moon Farm Findley & Findley Dappled Amaranthus Skirt Kit - Dresses and Skirts Kits - Taken from Juniper Moon Farm Patterns - The English Garden Collection: Amaranthus is a romantic handkerchief point skirt made of two layers-an overlay of lace and an underskirt of stockinette with a lace border. The skirt is designed to sit on the hip bones, and the stockinette skirt hangs below the lace one to reveal the contrast color. This pattern is from Juniper Moon Farm Patterns - The English Garden Collection - Amaranthus Skirt. Size US 3 & 4- 24 & 36 Circular needles and US 4 DPNs (or sizes needed to obtain gauge), tapestry needle, stitch markers, and 1 wide elastic to fit your waist are required but not included. Finished High Hip Measurements: 30.5 (39.25, 48, 56.75) after blocking. Gauge: 22 sts & 32 rows over 4 . Color Shown is: Findley Underskirt- 24 Snowy Skies & Findley Dappled Overskirt- 117 Bougainvilla. Juniper Moon Farm Findley & Findley Dappled Amaranthus Skirt Kit -
A protozoan flagelate has recently been isolated from Amaranthus retroflexus. This plant grows near economically important crops in southeastern Spain, which are known to be parasitized by Phytomonas spp. The present study focuses on the characterization of the energy metabolism of this new isolate. These flagellates utilize glucose efficiently as their primary energy source, although they are unable to completely degrade it. They excrete ethanol, acetate, glycine, and succinate in lower amount, as well as ammonium. The presence of glycosomes was indicated by the early enzymes of the glycolytic pathway, one enzyme of the glycerol pathway (glycerol kinase), and malate dehydrogenase. No evidence of a fully functional citric-acid cycle was found. In the absence of catalase activity, these flagellates showed significant superoxide dismutase activity located in the glycosomal and cytosolic fractions. These trypanosomes, despite being morphologically and metabolically similar to other Phytomonas isolated from
Efficient utilization of plant genetic resources for nutrition and crop improvement requires systematic understanding of the important traits. Amaranthus species are distributed worldwide with an interesting diversity of landraces and cultivars whose leaves and seeds are consumed. Despite their potential to enhance food security and economic livelihoods, grain amaranth breeding to improve nutritional quality and adoption by farmers in sub-Saharan Africa is scanty. This study assessed the variation among 29 grain amaranth accessions using 27 phenotypic (10 morphological and 17 nutritional) characters and 16 random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) primers. Multivariate analysis of phenotypic characters showed the first four principal components contributing 57.53% of observed variability, while cluster analysis yielded five groups at 87.5% similarity coefficient. RAPD primers generated a total of 193 amplicons with an average of 12.06 amplicons per primer, 81% of which were polymorphic. Genetic
Photo/image Purple Amaranth (Amaranthus cruentus), Family: Amaranthaceae. Location Botanisk Have Århus. Photographer: JC Schou, Photoid 77533
75+ Easily grown from Amaranthus seeds, this rapidly-growing annual is popular for its brilliantly yellow colored flower. Amaranthus Tricolor, also kn
last 5 years; undergraduates underlined). S.l. Blauth D. Soulsby, M Kard, L Baron, T Kennedy. 2009. No evidence of inhibition of germination or radicle elongation in Amaranthus hypochondriacus by herbarumin I, a reported phytotoxin from plant pathogen Phoma herbarum. Amer. Society of Plant Biologists Plant Biology Conference.. M. Kard, D. Soulsby and S. Blauth. 2008. Growth-related effects of phytotoxins and herbicides on two plant species Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research.. M. Kard, D. Orr, D. Soulsby and S. Blauth. 2007. Development of a phytotoxicity assay for Arabidopsis thaliana and Amaranthus hypochondriacus. Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research.. D. Orr, M. Kard, D. Soulsby and S. Blauth. 2007. Assessment of Arabidopsis thaliana and Amaranthus hypochondriacus as test species to examine the phytotoxicity of the fungal toxin herbarumin I. Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research.. S.l. Blauth D. Soulsby. 2007. Development of an ...
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Aims: Glyphosate-resistant Amaranthus palmeri S. Wats. (Palmer amaranth) is a major threat to crops in the southern USA. Experiments were conducted to evaluate differential tolerance to 2,4-D, dicamba, and tembotrione and interaction with glufosinate for glyphosate-resistant (GR) A. palmeri control. Study Design: The differential tolerance experiment was conducted in a randomized complete block design (RCBD) with a split-plot arrangement of treatments with herbicide as mainplot and A. palmeri population as subplot. The herbicide interaction experiment was conducted in RCBD with factorial arrangement of treatments. Place and Duration of Study: University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, USA. Tolerance experiments were conducted in October-November 2010 and in July-August 2011. Herbicide interaction experiments were conducted in the greenhouse in June-July 2011 and August-September 2011 and in the field in April-August 2012. Methodology: Differential tolerance to alternative herbicides was evaluated ...
Aims: Glyphosate-resistant Amaranthus palmeri S. Wats. (Palmer amaranth) is a major threat to crops in the southern USA. Experiments were conducted to evaluate differential tolerance to 2,4-D, dicamba, and tembotrione and interaction with glufosinate for glyphosate-resistant (GR) A. palmeri control. Study Design: The differential tolerance experiment was conducted in a randomized complete block design (RCBD) with a split-plot arrangement of treatments with herbicide as mainplot and A. palmeri population as subplot. The herbicide interaction experiment was conducted in RCBD with factorial arrangement of treatments. Place and Duration of Study: University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, USA. Tolerance experiments were conducted in October-November 2010 and in July-August 2011. Herbicide interaction experiments were conducted in the greenhouse in June-July 2011 and August-September 2011 and in the field in April-August 2012. Methodology: Differential tolerance to alternative herbicides was evaluated ...
USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Amaranthus tuberculatus (Moq.) J. D. Sauer in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on 09-Oct-10 ...
BACKGROUND: Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri S. Wats) is one of the most common and troublesome weeds in the USA. Palmer amaranth resistance to acetolactate synthase (ALS) inhibitors is widespread in the USA, as in Arkansas. The cross-resistance patterns and mechanism of resistance are not known. Experiments were conducted to determine cross-resistance to ALS inhibitors and identify target-site mutations in 20 Palmer amaranth localities from 13 counties in Arkansas.. RESULTS: All Palmer amaranth localities tested had plants cross-resistant to imazethapyr, flumetsulam, primisulfuron, pyrithiobac and trifloxysulfuron. The dose of trifloxysulfuron that caused 50% control was 21-56-fold greater for resis- tant accessions than for susceptible ones. All but three resistant plants analyzed had one or two relative copies of ALS; one plant had seven relative copies. All resistant plants tested (18 localities) carried the Trp574Leu mutation, which is known to confer broad resistance to ALS inhibitors, ...
31. Amaranthus polygonoides Linnaeus, Pl. Jamaic. Pug. 27. 1759. Smartweed amaranth, tropical amaranth Amaranthus berlandieri (Moquin-Tandon) Uline & W. L. Bray. Plants annual, glabrescent proximally, pubescent distally, becoming glabrous at maturity. Stems erect-ascending to pro-strate, branched mostly at base and in proximal 1/2, 0.1-0.5 m. Leaves: petiole ± equaling blade; blade ovate, obovate-rhombic to narrowly ovate, sometimes lanceolate, 1.5-3(-4) × 0.5-1.5(-2) cm, base cuneate, margins entire to undulate-erose, apex rounded, obtuse, or emarginate, mucronate. Inflorescences axillary, congested clusters. Bracts of pistillate flowers lanceolate or linear, 1-1.5 mm, 1/2 as long as tepals. Pistillate flowers: tepals 5, connate in proximal 1/3 (entirely distinct in all other species), with 3 prominent veins abaxially, spatulate or somewhat clawed, equal or subequal, 2-3 mm, apex rounded or retuse, mucronate; style branches somewhat spreading; stigmas 3. Staminate flowers intermixed with ...
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Uray, amranthus spinosus, pigweed: Philippine Herbal Medicine - An illustrated compilation of Philippine medicinal plants by Dr Godofredo Stuart, with botanical information, chemical properties, folkloric uses and research studies
50+ Easy to grow from Amaranthus seeds, Early Splendor has gorgeous chocolate colored leaves that are topped with brilliant crimson. This spectacular
REFERENCES : 1. Ault, Stacey C.; Stormer, Fred A. 1983. Seasonal food selection by scaled quail in northwest Texas. Journal of Wildlife Management. 47(1): 222-228. [12168] 2. Ball, Daniel A.; Miller, Stephen D. 1990. Weed seed population response to tillage and herbicide use in three irrigated cropping sequences. Weed Science. 38: 511-517. [21784] 3. Bernard, Stephen R.; Brown, Kenneth F. 1977. Distribution of mammals, reptiles, and amphibians by BLM physiographic regions and A.W. Kuchlers associations for the eleven western states. Tech. Note 301. Denver, CO: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management. 169 p. [434] 4. Blackshaw, Robert E.; Rode, Lyle M. 1991. Effect of ensiling and rumen digestion by cattle on weed seed viability. Weed Science. 39(1): 104-108. [21835] 5. Buhler, Douglas D. 1992. Population dynamics and control of annual weeds in corn (Zea mays) as influenced by tillage systems. Weed Science. 40(2): 241-248. [21787] 6. Burrows, George E.; Tyrl, Ronald J.; ...
Herbs, rarely subshrubs, annual or perennial; trichomes simple (branched in Tidestromia). Stems without nodal spines (Amaranthus spinosus sometimes with paired nodal spines). Leaves alternate or opposite, exstipulate, usually petiolate; blade margins entire (entire or serrulate in Iresine; entire, crispate, or erose in Amaranthus). Inflorescences cymules arranged in spikes, panicles, thyrses, heads, glomerules, clusters, or racemes; each flower subtended by 1 bract and 2 bracteoles (latter sometimes 1 or absent in Amaranthus). Flowers bisexual or unisexual (plants then monoecious or dioecious), hypogynous, generally small or minute; tepals mostly (1-)4-5 or absent, distinct or connate into cups or tubes, scarious, chartaceous, membranaceous, or indurate; stamens 2-5, filaments basally connate into cups or tubes, rarely distinct, alternating with pseudostaminodes (appendages on staminal tubes) or not, anthers 2-locular with 1 line of dehiscence or 4-locular with 2 lines of dehiscence; ovary ...
A tall variety with red plumes, used as a food dye. Amaranth is a traditional seed crop grown by the Aztecs and Southwest peoples as a grain. The grain is
Produces black seed used traditionally in Chihuahua, Mexico. The leaves are eaten as greens. Known locally as Sangre de Castilla or The Blood of Noble Spain
A population of Amaranthus powellii that had survived imazethapyr did not have any of the documented AHAS mutations causing resistance in this species in Ontario. The goal of this research was to confirm resistance in this population, determine its molecular basis and develop diagnostic tests. Whole plant dose-response experiments showed the resistant population had greater than 25-fold resistance to the selective agent imazethapyr at the whole plant level. Whole plant resistance to other herbicides ranged between 9-fold to flumetsulam and 85-fold to flucarbazone. This was confirmed at the enzyme level with resistance ranging between 25-fold to imazethapyr and 485-fold to thifensulfuron. AHAS from the resistant population had 16% higher specific activity than that of the susceptible population and it was also less sensitive to feedback inhibition by valine, leucine and isoleucine. Genomic DNA was extracted to PCR amplify and sequence the AHAS gene and to determine the applicability of diagnostic ...
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Few plant breeders in the world work on indigenous African crops. In fact, the lack of research on these nutritious and locally valued plants has been almost total. But Dr Enoch Achigan-Dako, a researcher from Benin, is working on four at the same time. He is equally passionate about each and, between training sessions at the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), expounds on them one by one.. "Amaranthus can never disappear from our farms," says the senior lecturer at the University of Abomey- Calavi. "Within one month, you have your plant. But I want to cross Amaranthus cruentus with A. dubius for bigger leaves and taller plants. I also want to delay the flowering time, because once the plant flowers, vegetable sellers think it is old. They want tender leaves."…Read more. ...
A nutraceutical composition comprising as a functional ingredient an effective amount of a substance extracted from dry, fresh or ensilaged phytomass of genus Amaranthus L., in particular of Amaranthus cruentus L., is provided, and the methods of application thereof in poultry. Said nutraceutical composition may be utilizedas a veterinary preparation in prophylaxis and therapy of functional systems disorders in poultry,farm livestock, fur-bearing animals, farmed fish and household animals, fish and birds. Said composition may be also utilized as a phytogenic feed supplement for poultry, depending on dosage regime, administration duration, and on age and category of poultry stock.
Table 2: Visual control and common waterhemp stand establishment 28 days after application of PRE herbicides in 2002 and 2003 ...
The remainder of this review consists of my comments on ten of Blairs thirteen "weed write-ups." As these chapters are presented alphabetically (by common name) in Blairs book, Ive retained that order in my comments.. I learned a couple new things from Blair chapter on Amaranth (pp. 106-122). I already knew that amaranth (aka pigweed, Amaranthus retroflexus ) is a wild cousin of the cultivated beet, and that amaranth greens are higher in vitamins than their cultivated counterpart. I also knew from personal experience that while steamed young amaranth greens are relatively bland and uninteresting eaten on their own, they combine well with other more strongly-flavored ingredients. What I did not know, though, until reading Blairs book, is that A. retroflexuss relatively scrawny roots are also edible. (They do share conventional beets reddish-pink color.) I also learned for the first time that Amaranths small black seeds can be heated in a dry, cast-iron skillet until they pop open, ...
Mesophyll chloroplasts from sodium-deficient compared to normal plants of the C4 species Kochia childsii and Amaranthus tricolor were found to have significantly less stacking in their grana. On the other hand, no marked difference of thylakoid arrangement between bundle sheath chloroplasts from sodium-deficient and normal plants of A. tricolor were observed.. ...
Regular consumption of A. dubius is a perfect natural remedy for persons suffering from hair fall problems and premature greying of hair. These leaves act as a powerful natural remedy to prevent hair loss and strengthen your hair.. A. dubius vegetables and seeds have a good amount of essential amino acid lysine which is essential for the body to absorb calcium, build muscle, and produce energy. Water extract from A. dubius plant is used in some communities as an astringent for internal treatment of ulcerated mouths and throats. The juice of the roots is used externally to relieve headaches. In Ayurvedic medicine in Indian medicine system, the juice extracted from fresh A. dubius leaves are prescribed for treating diarrhea, and hemorrhage conditions.. A. dubius leaves are known to have strong cancer protective effects due to its antioxidant property which is attributed to the large quantity of vitamin E, vitamin C and lysine in the plant. Therefore, regular consumption of leaves of this plant can ...
This plant can be weedy or invasive according to the authoritative sources noted below.This plant may be known by one or more common names in different places, and some are listed above. Click on an acronym to view each weed list, or click here for a composite list of Weeds of the U.S. ...
a. Amaranth. Two pathways are evident in the maintenance of turgor in amaranth: the modulation of LWP and RWC. Restoration and repair upon rehydration are critical components of desiccation tolerance, and recovery of leaf area. The lower RWC and LWP values coincide with lower photosynthetic activity and rate of decrease in leaf area during drought stress. Furthermore, the ability of the membrane to retain and selectively transport cellular solutes gives an indication of the cellular membrane function. CMS assay indicates excessive leakage of cellular electrolytes and is usable as an indication of cellular membrane injury. TTC reduction assay measures the dehydrogenase activity of the intact cell. Proline accumulation screening seems to be highly useful for determining genotype variation in drought tolerance in amaranth. This is possible since differences in the onset of proline accumulation, as well as amount of proline accumulated as a result of severe water deficit, were observed in the ...
Annual or more rarely perennial herbs, glabrous or furnished with short and gland-like or multicellular hairs. Leaves alternate, long-petiolate, simple and entire or sinuate. Inflorescence basically cymose, bracteate, consisting entirely of dense to lax axillary cymose clusters or the upper clusters leafless and ± approximate to form a lax or dense "spike" or panicle. Flowers unisexual, dioecious or monoecious, bibracteolate; perianth segments (2-) 3-5, free or connate at the base, membranous, those of the female flowers slightly accrescent in fruit. Stamens free, usually similar in number to the perianth segments, with no alternating pseudostaminodes. Stigmas 2-3. Ovule solitary, erect. Fruit a dry capsule, indehiscent, irregularly rupturing or commonly dehiscing by a circumscissile lid. Seeds usually black and shining, testa thin; embryo annular, endosperm present.. Approximately 50 species, chiefly in the warmer regions of the world, about a dozen species being ± cosmopolitan weeds in such ...
Carabidae: Harpalus pensylvanicus (Pennsylvania Ground Beetle) [eats seeds] Ork2006, Poecilus chalcites [eats seeds sparingly, not preferred as a food plant] Ork2006, Poecilus lucublandus [eats seeds sparingly, not preferred as a food plant] ...
The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria.
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A. blitum is a monoecious annual weed with a near global distribution. It grows between 10 and 80 cm tall, sometimes reaching 90 cm. It was listed...
Habit: Annual (short-lived perennial herb); monoecious or dioecious. Stem: prostrate to erect, branched or not. Leaf: alternate, petioled, ovate to linear, tip often +- notched (2-lobed), midvein ending in sharp point, margin entire, flat or wavy. Inflorescence: 3-flowered cymes, in dense axillary clusters, or large, terminal, panicle- or spike-like inflorescence; bract 1, bractlets 0--2, alike, persistent, spine-like to +- leaf-like or +- membranous, at least margins scarious-membranous. Flower: unisexual. Staminate Flower: perianth parts (2)3--5, scarious; stamens (1)2--5, filaments free; pseudostaminodes 0; anthers 4-chambered. Pistillate Flower: perianth parts (1)3--5, membranous or scarious, free, persistent; ovary ovoid, style 0, stigmas 2--3, persistent, slender, papillate; ovule 1, erect. Fruit: circumscissile or indehiscent, ovoid to obovoid, smooth or +- wrinkled, tip +- gradually (abruptly) narrowed to stigmas or beak; walls thin, membranous. Seed: 1, lenticular to +- spheric, round ...
Duration: Annual Nativity: Native Lifeform: Forb/Herb General: Glabrous annual herb, often with a reddish tinge; stems erect with lateral, ascending branches, usually branched from base; main and lateral stems sparingly branched or simple, 30-70 cm tall. Leaves: Alternate, short-petiolate, the petiole a quarter or half as long as blade; blade linear to narrowly lanceolate, 2-6 cm long by 0.1-0.5 cm wide, with a narrowly cuneate base, entire margins, and an acute to mucronulate apex. Flowers: Green and white or pink-tinged, in axiallary clusters scattered from base to apex of plant, and distally condensed in a terminal spike which is lax, unbranched, leafy below and almost leafless above, slender, and interrupted; bracts of pistillate flowers ovate to ovate-lanceolate, 1-2 mm, shorter than tepals; pistillate flowers with 5 tepals, the tepals reflexed, fan-shaped to broadly spatulate, clawed, equal or subequal, 1.5-3.5 mm, the margins fimbriate or denticulate; staminate flowers with 5 tepals, the ...
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Hager said theyve already discovered one waterhemp biotype thats resistant to four different herbicide families. He said growers may see five-way resistance in the future. Fortunately, there are very few annual weed species in the United States that have shown this level of multiple resistance. Waterhemp is a dioecious species and ideally suited for evolving herbicide resistance by sharing resistance genes among populations and biotypes. "For example, you can have HPPD resistance evolving in field A, and in adjacent field B you can have selection for glyphosate resistance," Tranel said. "Pollen is always moving in the air, allowing pollen from field A to mix with resistant plants from field B resulting in HPPD and glyphosate resistance in the same progeny. Thats how easy it is to stack resistance.". The pressure is on for industry to develop new options and for growers to change their practices of how they use products to control the weed spectrum, he added.. Hager, Tranel and Dean Riechers, ...
Seen as a simple clock face, aligned on 12-axis, numbers 1, 9 and 2 are repeated in descending size.. Chualar is a term from an American Indian language meaning pigweed, goosefoot, Amaranthus palmeri, a healing herb. It still grows in the canyon. The glyph appeared overnight in barley in the strong December Quarantid meteor shower and during first onset of a solar storm which is still giving NASA, NOAA experts and several amateur CME-X-flare-watchers heart attacks. Ongoing since mid-December 2013, in the runup to our rendezvous with the center of the Galaxy, tomorrow January 4th, 2014, it has become a major storm-red panel sidebar right. Solar storms, as we know, tend to have major influence in terrestrial weather; but add the recent extraterrestrial bombardment of comet-ISON dust, near-earth asteroid impact and now the current evening showering of our planet by the Quanantids, what more is there to see? Chualar township is a remnant region of Californias frontier that still produces food ...
Even as crops resistant to 2,4-D herbicide are being developed, populations of weeds are also developing a resistance. A 2,4-Dâ€"resistant variety of the waterhemp weed has been found, and its spread could lessen the impact of an herbicide widely used in grassland and crop production. Despite worldwide use of 2,4-D since the 1940s, only 17 weeds were previously known to be resistant to it. The journal Weed Science reports the discovery of 2,4-Dâ€"resistant waterhemp by a grower in Nebraska. Although scarce 30 years ago, waterhemp is now a major problem for crop production in the midwestern U.S. This is the sixth mechanism-of-action herbicide group to which waterhemp has developed resistance. After 10 years of treatment with 2,4-D, waterhemp was no longer effectively controlled in a Nebraska native-grass seed production field. The highest doses of 2,4-D that were used in an on-site field study, 33 lb ai/A, were insufficient to control 50% of the waterhemp population. Researchers gathered ...
Amaranth oil application for coronary heart disease and hypertension : Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the Nations leading killer for both men and women among all racial and ethnic groups. Development and progression of CVD is linked to the presence of risk factors such as hyperlipidemia, hypertension, obesity, and diabetes mellitus. It is known that cholesterol is an indicator of increased risk of heart attack and stroke. Low-density cholesterol (LDL) above 130 mg
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Waterhemp is winning, says Kevin Bradley, University of Missouri Extension weed management specialist.Kevin will be speaking on waterhemp weed solutions at the Crop Management Conference, Dec. 18-19 at the Holiday Inn Executive Center.Bradley has seven best-management practices for control of the glyphosate-resistant weed. He will tell all at the MU Crop Management Conference, Dec. 18-19.
i did a doubletake when i used this word today and atomicized it to check spelling, because it seems reminiscent of adamantine (i hadnt realized that amaranthine means, literally, having the characteristics of an amaranth, which is "any of various annuals of the genus Amaranthus having dense green or reddish clusters of tiny flowers and including several weeds, ornamentals, and food plants.") im not entirely sure why this, of all flowers, is heralded as being eternal, but thats not really my query ...
Trifloxysulfuron 2.5, 5, and 10 g ai/ha mixed with non-ionic (0.25% Induce and X-77), organosilicone (0.1 % Kinetic and Silwet L-77), and crop oil concentrate (1 % Agridex and Meth-N-Oil) adjuvants was evaluated for efficacy, surface tension (ST), contact angle (CA), and chlorophyll fluorescence responses in redroot pigweed, prickly sida, and barnyard grass. The lowest ST and CA were recorded with L-77 mixed with trifloxysulfuron. Among the six adjuvants, ST and CA were highest with Meth-N-Oil; however, these differences did not greatly influence herbicide efficacy. No trifloxysulfuron-adjuvant antagonism was found for any weed species. Differences in activities were observed at 2.5 g/ha trifloxysulfuron with different adjuvants; however, activities were comparable when data were averaged over species and rates. All the adjuvants increased trifloxysulfuron efficacy; some differences were observed among the weed species, but adjuvants were equal in improving trifloxysulfuron efficacy. Redroot ...
Drager van bruin (b-gen) : zij zelf is bruin [Carrier of brown (b-gene) : she herself is brown]. Kan drager zijn van dilute (d-gen) : vader is drager [Could be carrier of dilute (d-gene) : father is carrier]. Drager van tricolor (At-gen) : zij zelf is tricolor [Carrier of tan markings (At-gene) : she herself is tricolour]. ...
Bufo spinosus is a large and robust toad with a snout-vent length of 58.6 - 112 mm in males and 65 - 180 mm in females. Its head is relatively broad, and the region between the eyes is either flat or slightly concave. The snout is short and rounded. The tympanum is subtly visible and rounded, and its diameter does not exceed half the eye. The parotoid glands are large, elongated, and divergent at the posterior end. The eyes are prominent with a horizontally oval pupil. The skin is warty on the back and granular on the underside. Its warts usually end in a keratinized tip, resulting in a spiny appearance, though not all individuals express this. These keratinized warts are especially prominent between the corner of the mouth and the parotoid. The fingers, of which the third is the longest, are short. No information is available on the relative finger lengths. There are two palmar tubercles on the hands. The hind limbs are webbed, and have a pair of metatarsal tubercles, with the internal ...
Spinous process C3 aka Processus spinosus C3 in the latin terminology and part of axial ct at the level of the second cervical vertebra (axis). Learn more now!
The grain amaranths are important pseudo-cereals native to the New World. During the last decade they have garnered increased international attention for their nutritional quality, tolerance to abiotic stress, and importance as a symbol of indigenous cultures. We report the development of a novel genomic reduction protocol based on restriction-site conservation and multiplex identifiers (MID) barcodes to discover single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) from a pooled amaranth library of four mapping parents. The incorporation of MID barcodes allowed for DNA sample pooling, sequence deconvolution, and the identification of SNPs for specific mapping populations without additional genotyping. Approximately 1.3 million sequence-reads with an average read length of 440 bp were collected from a single 454-pyrosequencing run. Contigs specific to each of the four mapping populations were assembled. The assembled contigs had an average read-length of 464 bp, and an average read-depth of 16X. A total of ...
The logic of naming carbohydrate good or bad is just because of the rate of absorbance in our body systems and their effect on spikes in blood sugar. The more unprocessed the cereal, better is the type of carbs. Include whole cereals like whole wheat, bread & rice, Oats, pseudo cereals like Quinoa, Amaranth grains, Buckwheat etc.. All processed cereals in any form are bad carbs for your body. Though you can eat such carbs in moderation and balance extra calories with your workout. ...
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The ,1cm Phantasmal poison frog, aka Epipedobates tricolor, is native to the western Andean slopes of Bolívar province in Ecuador. They are part of a group of amphibians known as "poison dart" or "poison arrow" frogs, from their supposed use by locals to produce bioweapon-coated projectiles of various sorts*.. E tricolor is of interest to scientists as it sweats a chemical called Epibatidine, potentially a painkiller 200 times as strong as morphine. According to Jenna MacFarlane of Portsmouths Blue Reef Aquarium, Epibatidine painkillers could also avoid "addiction and other serious side effects".. But the diminutive drug-sweat dartgun frogs are becoming increasingly scarce in the wild, now being found in only seven places in Bolivia.. "These beautiful frogs are under increasing threat in the wild due to loss of habitat and pollution and we are delighted to have been able to breed them successfully here in Portsmouth," MacFarlane tells the Beeb today.. "Its imperative we are able to mimic ...
Unabridged Note: Gilia can be challenging to identify. Several small-flowered species are only cryptically different from one another and many traits overlap. In order to successfully use the key, it is important to note pattern and distribution of flower color at the time of collection, as it may fade upon drying. Depauperate specimens may be particularly difficult if not impossible to identify using ordinary means. Descriptions of flowers follows previous authors (Day 1993; Grant & Grant 1956) in subdividing fused part of corolla into tube (basal part with parallel sides) and throat (flared part distal to tube). It is important to note that in some cases these definitions do not refer to homologous parts of the corolla. ...
Une base de donn es mycologique interactive avec fiches descriptives et photos de champignons, cartographie des r coltes, classification du r gne fongique, cl de d termination macroscopique des familles et cl s de d termination informatique pour chaque famille
Une base de donn es mycologique interactive avec fiches descriptives et photos de champignons, cartographie des r coltes, classification du r gne fongique, cl de d termination macroscopique des familles et cl s de d termination informatique pour chaque famille
Range Description This species is restricted to Sichuan (Batang, Xiangcheng), Yunnan (Deqin), and the eastern tip of Xizang Autonomous Region, in China, from 2,600-2,700m asl. It probably occurs a little more widely than current records suggest. Habitat and Ecology It inhabits pools, marshes and the surrounding habitats in valleys, and breeds in pools and ponds. Records have also come from agricultural areas. Population It is quite common in parts of its range. Population Trend Decreasing Major Threats The major threat to this species is habitat loss and degradation due to agriculture. Conservation Actions Its range includes Mangkangjingshihou, Zulongba and Baimaxueshan Nature Reserves. Citation Fei Liang, Ye Changyuan 2004. Bufo tuberculatus. In: IUCN 2014 ...
Although Oppo India has sacked an employee for disrespecting the Indian tricolour, Noida Police says it is yet to complete its investigations in the matter. The company has shut...
If the nation had somehow forgotten to raise the tricolour, sing Jana Gana Mana Oh What Funa! and do all those special things we do every August 15 - including sleep till midday to pay homage to those who fought or fasted for our freedom - who knows, it may have also slipped my slippery mind, writes Indrajit Hazra.
10-day Ganpati Chaturthi festival 2017 is round the corner, and to welcome Lord Ganesha we are offering Tricolour Gulkand Modaks recipe step by step. The ...
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It is with a very sore heart that I need to tell you that Matthew was PTS yesterday. I bred him myself and he would have been 12 years old on 11th June. I find it hard to lose him just two months after Tyson died. A big tricolour boy, Matthew had SM which diagnosed through a low cost breeders scan in January 2005. That was a terrible shock as he had no symptoms. He had a grade 5 MVD murmur, although that did not start until he was about eight years old. He also had an
Sequeira M, Espírito-Santo D, Aguiar C, Capelo J & Honrado J (Coord.) (2010). Checklist da Flora de Portugal (Continental, Açores e Madeira). Associação Lusitana de Fitossociologia (ALFA). Checklist da Flora do Arquipélago da Madeira (Madeira, Porto Santo, Desertas e Selvagens) - Grupo de Botânica da Madeira Convolvulus tricolor - Portal da Biodiversidade dos Açores Convolvulus tricolor subsp. tricolor - The Plant List (2010). Version 1. Published on the Internet; http://www.theplantlist.org/ (consultado em 26 de novembro de 2014). Convolvulus tricolor - International Plant Names Index Convolvulus tricolor - Flora Digital de Portugal. jb.utad.pt/flora. Convolvulus tricolor subsp. tricolor - Flora-on Convolvulus tricolor subsp. tricolor - The Euro+Med PlantBase Convolvulus tricolor - Flora Vascular Convolvulus tricolor - Biodiversity Heritage Library - Bibliografia Convolvulus tricolor subsp. tricolor - JSTOR Global Plants Convolvulus tricolor subsp. tricolor - Flora Europaea Convolvulus ...
9 oclock Flower (1) Abelmoschus esculentus (2) Acerola (8) adenium obesum (17) Adiantum sp (5) African Daisy - Gerbera (16) African Violet (10) Agave (6) Agave potatorum cv. (3) Aglaonema (5) Alfalfa (1) Allamanda blanchetii (1) Allamanda Indonesian Sunset (2) Allamanda Violacea (1) Allium chinense (2) Allium schoenoprasum (1) Alocasia cucullata (3) Alocasia Polly (3) Alocasia Reginula (2) Alocasia sp. (2) Alocasia x mortfontanensis Andre (1) Aloe Vera (8) Alternanthera Dentata Purple Knight (5) Alternanthera sp. (5) Amaranthus Flying Colours (3) Amaranthus Illumination (4) Amaranthus Perfect Red (7) Amaranthus Torch (2) Amaranthus Tricolour Aurora (1) Angelonia Angustifolia (4) Angelonia sp. (2) Ant Plant (1) Anthurium (12) Anthurium Acropolis (3) Anthurium jenmanii (2) Antirrhinum (5) Aphelandra squarrosa (3) Apiaceae Umbelliferae (1) Ardisia crenata (1) Ardisia crenate (2) Arisaema Speciosum (1) Arrowhead Variegated (1) Arundina Dwarf (6) Asclepiadaceae (1) Asclepias curassavica (1) ...
9 oclock Flower (1) Abelmoschus esculentus (2) Acerola (8) adenium obesum (17) Adiantum sp (5) African Daisy - Gerbera (16) African Violet (10) Agave (6) Agave potatorum cv. (3) Aglaonema (5) Alfalfa (1) Allamanda blanchetii (1) Allamanda Indonesian Sunset (2) Allamanda Violacea (1) Allium chinense (2) Allium schoenoprasum (1) Alocasia cucullata (3) Alocasia Polly (3) Alocasia Reginula (2) Alocasia sp. (2) Alocasia x mortfontanensis Andre (1) Aloe Vera (8) Alternanthera Dentata Purple Knight (5) Alternanthera sp. (5) Amaranthus Flying Colours (3) Amaranthus Illumination (4) Amaranthus Perfect Red (7) Amaranthus Torch (2) Amaranthus Tricolour Aurora (1) Angelonia Angustifolia (4) Angelonia sp. (2) Ant Plant (1) Anthurium (12) Anthurium Acropolis (3) Anthurium jenmanii (2) Antirrhinum (5) Aphelandra squarrosa (3) Apiaceae Umbelliferae (1) Ardisia crenata (1) Ardisia crenate (2) Arisaema Speciosum (1) Arrowhead Variegated (1) Arundina Dwarf (6) Asclepiadaceae (1) Asclepias curassavica (1) ...
Figure 2: a) Stem: Reddish brown stem covered with small elongated white lenticels b) Leaves: Alternately arranged c) Ovate leaf d) Capsules: Orange colored with 3-6 seeds inside e) Dehisced capsule without seeds f) Seeds: Single capsule showing seeds enclosed by an orange-red aril. In the Indian traditional system of medicine, called Ayruvedic medicine, Celastrus paniculatus extract has been used to improve intellect, memory and for the treatment of various mental disorders. 4 The seeds of Celastrus paniculatus appear to be protective against cell death from glutamate at a very low concentrations, but the maximal protection observed is not too high. This may be, but is not confirmed, related to its antioxidant properties. The plants usage has been extensively researched with promising results to treat neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimers. Mice receiving Celastrus paniculatus showed significant memory enhancement as compared to the scopolamine group. It has been demonstrated that ...
Photos/images of kulturplanter, Family Amaranthaceae: Amaranthus paniculatus (Cultiv), Annual Seablite (Suaeda maritima), Atriplex calotheca, Atriplex sp., etc.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the content and bioavailability/bioconversion of pro-vitamin A carotenoids in selected fruits and green leafy vegetables (GLV) from Sri Lanka and to elucidate the effects of different processing and preparation methods. The fruits used in this study was papaya, palmyrah, jak, lavalu and beal. GLV used in this study were kathurumurunga (Sesbania grandiflora). Mukunuwanna (Alternathera sesessilis) gotukola (Centella asoatica). Manioc (Manihot esculenta), sarana (Triathema konogyna), nivithi (Spinacea oleracea) and and thampala (Amaranthus caudatus). In the caase of papaya, palmyrah and jakfruits content of caroenoids were determines using MPLC and visible spectrophotometry and in the case of lavalu and GLV by HPLC method. The vitamin A and á- carotene status in Wistar rats was assessed with and without fat in the diet in the case of papya and mukunuwann leaves using HPLC method. An in vitro method that simulates human digestion was used to measure the ...
AMARANTHACEAE (Amaranth Family). Plants annual or perennial herbs (sometimes woody elsewhere), often monoecious or dioecious, not or only slightly succulent, often with a taproot, glabrous or hairy, often tinged with pink to purple pigmentation. Stems spreading to erect. Leaves alternate or opposite, simple, the margins entire or sometimes somewhat wavy (occasionally minutely sharply toothed in Iresine). Stipules absent (paired stipulelike axillary spines present in Amaranthus spinosus). Inflorescences axillary and/or terminal; dense spikes, spikelike racemes, or panicles, sometimes reduced to small, axillary clusters (globose heads or solitary flowers elsewhere), the main axis occasionally broadened and flattened (fasciated) with flowers across the surface. Flowers sessile or very short-stalked, with 1-3 small, papery to scalelike or hardened (sometimes appearing spine-tipped) bracts (1 bract and usually 2 additional bracteoles), imperfect or perfect, hypogynous. Calyx absent or more commonly ...
Abstract:. Celastrus paniculatus - Willd belonging to the family Celastraceae is a vulnerable medicinal plant in India. It has been employed as a stimulant, nervine tonic, rejuvenant, sedative, tranquilizer and diuretic. It is also used in the treatment of leprosy, leucoderma, rheumatism, gout, paralysis and asthma. Because of its high pharmaceutical application, this plant species were over exploited and now considered under threatened species. So the highlight of the present investigation is the induction of callus by using different concentration of various phytohormones such as 2, 4-D (0.5 - 3.0 mg/l) and NAA (0.5 - 2.5 mg/l). In order to ensure the presence of the bioactive compounds preliminary phytochemical screening of the various extracts of callus were performed. Finally elicitation of total phenolics were done in callus cell suspension cultures by using elicitors such as jasmonic acid, salicylic acid and copper sulphate. Among the applied elicitors jasmonic acid showed superiority. To ...
There are some plants, like rhubarb (Rheum officinale), with a 40% of oxalate content. Among the plants that have this component we can point out sorrels (Oxalis spp.), whose scientific name in Latin means "sour" because of its flavor.. They are edible, though, because it contains oxalates, should be eaten with caution to avoid deleterious effects mentioned above.. Other plants with high contents of these principles are purslane (Portulaca oleracea), amaranth (Amaranthus retroflexus), or goosefoot (Chenopodium sp).. All the food we eat contains, in a bigger or lesser degree, a certain amount of oxalates. We should know which foods are rich in this component to take the pertinent precautions.. * Related information:. - Oxalate content in food. - Oxalates in spinach. - How to remove oxalates. ...
Genus: Chenopodium. Life , eukaryotes , Archaeoplastida , Chloroplastida , Charophyta , Streptophytina , Plantae (land plants) , Tracheophyta (vascular plants) , Euphyllophyta , Lignophyta (woody plants) , Spermatophyta (seed plants) , Angiospermae (flowering plants) , Core Eudicots , Order: Caryophyllales , Family: Amaranthaceae , Subfamily: Chenopodioideae. About 150 species, found worldwide, with 10 species native to southern Africa, 13 species that are naturalised, and a further two species that are cultivated in the region. Chenopodium strictum is recorded from Zimbabwe but not included here, as its taxonomic status is considered uncertain by the African Plants Database. The leaves of a number of species are cooked and eaten in the same way as spinach.. Both Chenopodium and Amaranthus species are referred to as pigweed. The leaves of a number of Chenopodium species are cooked and eaten in the same way as spinach, but it should be noted that great care should be taken not to confuse the ...
Perrin, W. (2009). Soosoo gangeticus Hamilton, 1837. In: Perrin, W.F. (2017). World Cetacea Database. Accessed at http://www.marinespecies.org/cetacea/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=384334 on 2017-11- ...
Tricolor Garden Sage leaves that receive insufficient amounts of sun do not develop the pink margins that you see above. These areas would be white. In the sun these areas color, kind of like a sunburn. A shady afternoon spot in areas that get very hot in the summer will help this sage from burning on the margins. While Garden Sages are generally water conserving, they look best and live longest when well hydrated in the summer.. Tricolor Garden Sage would make a tasty addition to our Kitchen Herb Garden Six Pack or our Gourmet Herb Garden Six Pack. ...
Alum root - He prepares a mush from its leaves and uses it as an astringent. He also mixes it with apoplappus and applies it with the aid of a heated stone to an aching tooth.. Amaranthus - For the relief of itching.. Apoplappus (Goldenweeds ) -See Alum root.. Artemisia - For skin wounds, boils, and burns.. Atriplex - To stop itching and cure warts.. Barberry - A tonic for stiff joints.. Brickellia - For colds, flu, coughs, and tuberculosis.. Butterweeds - To relieve rheumatism, which he ascribes to improper contact with menstruating women. Women develop joint trouble because of menstruation. The Navajo word for menstruation, rheumatism, and hunchback is the same, with only a slight difference in accent.. Blue-eyed grass, aster, silkweed - In pulverized form to cure eye sores.. Buttercup and Cordylanthus ramosus - The powder is taken with water every morning for syphilis.. Chenopoduim (Pigweed ) - Used for purging.. Cirisium - Infusion drops for eye diseases.. Commelina - Aphrodisiac for ...
Looking for Amarinth? Find out information about Amarinth. common name for the Amaranthaceae , a family of herbs, trees, and vines of warm regions, especially in the Americas and Africa. The genus Amaranthus... Explanation of Amarinth
Kenikir leaves (Cosmos caudatus Kunth.) many people are consumed as a vegetable. Traditionally the leaves is also used as an appetite enhancer drugs, weak stomach, bones and insect repellent amplifier.. 5. Research anticancer mechanism. Research shows kenikir leaves contain antioxidant compounds that have high enough power with IC50 of 70 mg/L (Lotulung et al., 2001). Compounds that are antioxidants can stimulate apoptosis through the intrinsic pathway (mitochondrial pathway). Apoptosis spuring is one way of inhibition of carcinogenesis.. Abas et al., (2003) mention that the methanolic leaf extract of kenikir contain flavonoids and quercetin glycosides. Flavonoid compounds are known to induce apoptosis through inhibition of the activity of DNA topoisomerase I / II, modulationsignalling pathways, decrease in gene expression of Bcl-2 and Bcl-XL, an increase in gene expression of Bax and Bak, and activation of endonucleases(Ren, et al., 2003). Quercetin has the ability to induce apoptosis of colon ...
APHOTOFUNGI - Photographic Stock Image Library Page for Hymenoscyphus caudatus - An Inoperculate Discomycete (Ascomycota). A-P-H-O-T-O - Furthering environmental awareness and education through the medium of photography.
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14-A. Pythons (Genus Python)] J[14-B. Sail terrapin (Kachuga Kachuga)] 14-C. Spotted black Terrapin (Geoclemys hamiltoni) 2[15. ] 2[16. ] 2[17. ***] 3[17-A. Water Lizard (Varanus salvator)]. [PART IIA FISHES. 1. Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus)] 5[2. Shark and Ray. (i) Anoxypristis cuspidata (ii) Carcharhinus hemiodon. (iii) Glyphis gangeticus (iv) Glyphis glyphis. (v) Himantura fluviatilis (vi) Pristis microdon. (vii) Pristis zijsron (viii) Rhynchobatus djiddensis. (ix) Urogymus asperrimus.]. PART III BIRDS 6[1. Andaman Teal (Anas gibberifrons allagularis)] 1-A. Assam Bamboo Partridge (Bambusicola fytchii) 3[1 -B. Bazas (Aviceda jeordone and Aviceda leuphotes)] [1-C. Bengal Florican (Eupodotis bengalensis)] 1-D. Black-necked Crane (Grus nigricollis). 1-E. Blood Pheasants (Ithaginis cruentus tibetanus, lthaginis Cruentus kuseri) 2[1F. ***]. 2. Cheer Pheasant (Catreus wallichii). 2[2A. Eastern White Stork (Ciconia ciconia boyciana)] 3[2B. Foret-spotted Owlet (Athene blewitti)] * [2C. Frogmouths ...
Source: DAD-IS.. Sonaiya (1993) reported chemical analysis of 20 unconventional foodstuffs, which were mostly by-products of food processing and preparation, such as fermented cassava chaff, ripe plantain, melon pulp, amaranthus seeds, broken cowpea and palm oil sludge. In the study by Sonaiya (1993), 50 percent replacement of a commercial grower ration using a simple ration formulated with palm oil sludge had no significant effect on the growth rate, intake and feed efficiency of commercial cockerels raised in cages. The unconventional ration was also cheaper than grain. Most of the research on these foodstuffs (reviewed by Musharaf, 1990; Sonaiya. 1993) has been based on intensive poultry production units.. Various techniques to produce unconventional feed resources in the tropics have been described, although on a small-scale basis. At village level, Farina, Demey and Hardouin (1991) described a technique used by villagers in Togo to produce eggs and larvae of termites for poultry feeding. ...
Abstract : Quantum mechanics was developed when human energies of consciousness were found to influence observations at the scale of elementary particles, here referred as non-contact biofield treatment or biofield energies . Quantum mechanics has also proved efficacious in biological processes. The present experiments found an enhanced and significant impact of the biofield treatment on adaptive micropropagation response and callus induction of two plant species, Withania somnifera and Amaranthus dubius. The enhancement was perhaps due to greater focus on adaptation rather than specific mechanisms, showing high potential including at biochemical and genetic levels. Possible reasons for the enhancement are discussed and a possible model is presented, consistent with current scientific theory ...
Arusuvai friendship chain season II is here. Hurrah to Sayantani for reviving it. This friendship chain was kick started by Lathamma and Srivalli and Bharthi took it forward.. I received my mystery parcel from Jayashree. Thank you very much, Jayashree for the lovely hand written note and the very apt book on baking. The mystery ingredient was a pouch of flour. I had to rack my brains to find the mystery ingredient. Finally it turned out to be Rajgira flour / Amaranth flour. I was very eager to create a recipe with this flour as I have not used it in my cookery so far. Upon searching for recipes with Rajgira in the internet, I came across several farali (recipes used during religious fasts) recipes in the Indian cuisine and several Mexican dishes too! Thats when my brain started whizzing. So here is a recipe which I created exclusively for the Arusuvai chain.. If I have managed to arouse your curiosity about the strange title, Im happy. This dish has to be the ultimate product of my fevered ...
Ipomoea tricolor Pearly Gates Characteristics and usage: ornamental, entheogen, ritual plant, seeds contain d-lysergic acid amide (LSA) We
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INDUKSI KALUS PADA TANAMAN ANGGREK Vanda tricolor Lindl. Var. Suavis, UPAYA PENYEDIAAN TARGET TRANSFORMASI MELALUI Agrobacterium tumefaciens
Beyond Pesticides, August 27, 2012) A report published recently in the journal Weed Science has found that a population of the common weed waterhemp in Nebraska is resistant to the herbicide 2,4-D. The news comes as the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) considers approving several new crops that have been genetically engineered (GE) for resistance to the herbicide. The report presents the latest in a long line of evidence that crops engineered for herbicide resistance are only pushing the problems of weed management further down the road. Researchers from the University of Nebraska found that half of the waterhemp samples they collected from a Nebraska field, after having been treated regularly for 10 years with 2,4-D,were no longer susceptible to applications of the herbicide. The experiments performed are described by Reuters: "After 10 years of treatment with 2,4-D, waterhemp was no longer effectively controlled in a Nebraska native-grass seed production field, the report said. The ...
Of the four Hadramphus species endemic to New Zealand, only H. tuberculatus is found on the South Island. As a consequence, the taxon faces multiple threats not experienced by its conspecifics, which are protected on off shore islands, and significant conservation challenges if extinction is to be prevented. Hadramphus tuberculatus is known only from one location and the single population has extremely low numbers (the highest weevil count was 49 beetles, in 2009). Weevil census data is extremely variable annually and it is currently uncertain if the population is stable. Genetic analysis also shows that the population has less than 1% variation in the mitochondrial CO1 gene, which is indicative of very low heterozygosity and therefore poor genetic resilience, which is important in rapidly changing environments (Fountain 2009).. Hadramphus tuberculatus is also at risk of extinction through predation, competition, disease and abiotic effects including habitat loss (by fire) and continued ...
Citation: N/A Interpretive Summary: Technical Abstract: In trials conducted from 1993 to 1996, sulfentrazone applied preemergence to furrow-irrigated spearmint at 0.25 to 0.5 lb/A did not reduce spearmint hay or oil yields compared to a standard treatment of terbacil. Sulfentrazone applied to emerged spearmint caused necrosis and stunting. Sulfentrazone controlled redroot pigweed, common lambsquarters, and kochia greater that 98%. In trials on Scotch spearmint, sulfentrazone applied preemergence at 0.5 lb/A followed by bentazon applied postemergence reduced yellow nutsedge biomass by greater than 90% in 1995 and 1996 compared to nontreated checks. In 1995 and 1996, sulfentrazone was tested on newly planted asparagus grown on a Warden sandy loam soil containing 1% organic matter. Sulfentrazone applied preemergence at 0.5 and 1.0 lb/A to newly planted asparagus crowns in 1995 controlled common lambsquarters and common groundsel 100%, but severely injured asparagus by late June and July. ...
They are made by a groundbreaking wellness company called Neurohacker Collective.. Qualia Mind has 28 ingredients combined to take your mental performance to a level you didnt think was possible. And many customers notice the results within just 30 minutes the first day they take it!. In fact, a recent pilot study of 23 participants using Qualia Mind showed significant increases in 6 different cognitive abilities, after just 5 days of use! Abilities like memory, verbal fluency, and concentration. Ill link to the pilot study at the bottom of the email.. Qualia Focus is nearly as comprehensive as Qualia Mind with 24 ingredients, including seed extract from celastrus paniculatus, the "intellect tree" earlier mentioned. Yet Qualia Focus costs only about half as much as Qualia Mind despite being almost as complete as the Qualia Mind formula. Choose the product that works for your budget.. And you can try either product with a Full 100 Day Moneyback Guarantee, with even greater savings if you select ...
Learn about the potential health benefits and medicinal uses of Celastrus Paniculatus (Jyotishmati or Malkangani) including its dosage & side effects.
Kai Müller and Thomas Borsch - Phylogenetics of Amaranthaceae based on matK/trnK sequence data - Evidence from parsimony, likelihood and Bayesian analyses. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 92 (1): 66-102. (Ingelesez) ...
The X chromosome of the Rehnia spinosus (Orthoptera) spermatocyte exists in a vesicle separate from the rest of the nucleus during its replication. This chromosome is typically heterochromatic, and late replicating. After replication the chromosome vesicle fuses with the nucleus. Cytophotometric determination of DNA and histone during replication of the chromosome revealed two types of histone. One class increases in amount in proportion to the DNA. The second class remains constant as DNA doubles, and probably increases later. Autoradiographic studies of incorporation of amino acids indicates that histone labelling occurs during chromosome replication. However, a lag in amino acid incorporation suggests that DNA replication in the X chromosome, while accompanied, or closely followed, by complexing with histone, is not necessarily coupled with its synthesis.. ...
Full nutritional breakdown of the calories in Cardamom-infused hot cereal based on the calories and nutrition in each ingredient, including Red River Cereal, oats, Quaker large flake, Amaranth Grain, 1/4 cup, Cinnamon, ground, Cardamom, ground and the other ingredients in this recipe.
The medicinal Ulam raja herb is known for its abilities to treat metabolic diseases. Now we find the clinical evidence that this leafy green treats diabetes and at least seven other conditions. ...
Instructions for use: Use daily morning and/or night over the neck, décolletage and bust Apply using smooth massage motions until fully absorbed Start from beneath the bust and move upwards towards the neck and top of the shoulders 50ml/1.7 fl.oz. Ingredients: Water, Pentaerythrityl Tetracaprylate/Tetracaprate, Propylene Glycol, C12-20 Acid PEG-8 Ester, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Amaranthus Caudatus Seed Extract, Glyceryl Stearate, Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter, Bellis Perennis (Daisy) Flower Extract, Cyclopentasiloxane, Saccharomyces/Xylinum/Black Tea Ferment, Rahnella/Soy Protein Ferment, Secale Cereale (Rye) Seed Extract, Hydrolyzed Elastin, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Sodium Hyaluronate, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance (Parfum), Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Biotin, Glycerin, Glyceryl Polymethacrylate, Dimethicone, Cetyl Phosphate, Dimethiconol, Chlorphenesin, Tocopherol, CI 7789 (Titanium Dioxide), BHT, Methylparaben, Mica, PEG-8, Triethanolamine, Carbomer, Silica, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Sodium
Around hundred different types of vegetable are available in Bangladesh for human consumption that are the important nutritional source of dietary fibers and antioxidants. Amaranthus gangeticus, Amaranthus viridis, Basella alba, Brassica campestris, Chenopodium album, Centella asiatica, Coriandrum sativum, Enhydra fluctuans, Ipomoea aquatica, Lagenaria siceraria, Pisum sativum and Spinacia oleracea are the twelve common leafy vegetables of Bangladesh. In this study, their ethanol extracts were studied to determine total flavonoids (TF) content and reducing power (RP) to evaluate the antioxidant activity of the extracts. This study reveals the high antioxidant contents in the leaves of the vegetables. I. aquatica was found to highest in TF and RP followed by P. sativum and L. siceraria. The lowest TF was found in S. oleracea which also showed the lowest RP. A significant correlation between flavonoids content and reducing power (r2 = 0.87) was found. The high antioxidant contents in the vegetables may
Instructions for use: Apply daily morning and night Gently massage on the eye contour area and lips until completely absorbed Dab lightly using your ring finger to avoid dragging and puling delicate skin 25ml/0.8 fl.oz. Ingredients: Water, Pentaerythrityl Tetracaprylate/Tetracaprate, Propylene Glycol, C12-20 Acid PEG-8 Ester, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Butyrospermum Parkii(Shea Butter), Amaranthus Caudatus Seed Extract, Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter, Cetearyl Ethylhexanoate, Glyceryl Stearate, Pisum Sativum (Pea) Extract, Glycerin, Tribehenin, Methylsilanol Hydroxyproline Aspartate, Dimethicone, Dipropylene Glycol, Triethanolamine, Sodium Palmitoyl Proline, Cetyl Phosphate, Carbomer, Nymphaea Alba Flower Extract, Ruscus Aculeatus Root Extract, Leontopodium Alpinum Extract, Centella Asiatica Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Panthenol, CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), C13-14 Isoparaffin, Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate, Polyacrylamide, Aesculus Hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut) Seed Extract, Silica, Laureth-7,
새로이 분포가 확인된 분류군은 풀고사리(Diplopterygium glaucum (Thunb. ex Houtt.) Nakai), 선바위고사리(Onychium japonicum (Thunb.) Kuntze), 돌토끼고사리(Microlepia strigosa (Thunb.) C. Presl), 곰비늘고사리(Dryopteris uniformis (Makino) Makino), 까마귀쪽나무(Litsea japonica (Thunb.) Juss.), 옥녀꽃대(Chloranthus fortunei (A. Gray) Sloms), 나도밤나무(Meliosma myriantha Siebold & Zucc.), 가는털비름(Amaranthus patulus Bertol.), 좀소리쟁이(Rumex nipponicus Franch. & Sav.), 검노린재(Symplocos tanakana Nakai), 섬딸기(Rubus ribisoideus Matsum.), 얼치기완두(Vicia tetrasperma(L.) Schreb.), 애기땅빈대(Euphorbia supina Raf.), 눈개불알풀(Veronica hederaefolia L.), 큰도꼬마리(Xanthium canadense Mill.), 갯사초(Carex boottiana Hook. & Arn.), 이삭사초(Carex dimorpholepis Steud.), 화살사초(Carex transversa Boott ex A. Gray), 이삭털새(Arundinella hirta var. hondana Koidz.), 방울새풀(Briza minor L.), 염주(Coix ...
Water, Alcohol, Methylpropanediol, Propanediol, Betaine, Sodium Polyacrylate, Pentylene Glycol, Peg/Ppg-17/6 Copolymer, Piper Methysticum Leaf/Root/Stem Extract, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Pueraria Thunbergiana Root Extract, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Paeonia Lactiflora Root Extract, Cnidium Officinale Root Extract, Origanum Vulgare Leaf Extract, Chamaecyparis Obtusa Leaf Extract, Salix Alba (Willow) Bark Extract, Ulmus Davidiana Root Extract, Lactobacillus/Soybean Ferment Extract, Cinnamomum Cassia Bark Extract, Amaranthus Caudatus Seed Extract, Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract, Gossypium Herbaceum (Cotton) Extract, Soluble Collagen, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Hydrogenated Lecithin, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil, Citrus Limon (Lemon) Peel Oil, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil, Pinus Sylvestris Leaf Oil, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil, Sodium Hyaluronate, Butylene Glycol, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/Vp ...
Total carotenoids concentration (Table 2) The highest total carotenoid concentration, expressed as mg 100 g 1 dry mass, was measured in V. unguiculata (195 ± 5). The total carotenoid concentration of C. gynandra was higher in the Rustenburg sample (162 ± 1) compared with the Capricorn sample (94 ± 4). In amaranth samples, the total carotenoids concentration was lowest in A. thunbergii (89 ± 11) and highest in the Vhembe sample of A. hybridus (131 ± 11). Beta-carotene concentrations (Table 2) Beta-carotene concentrations (mg 100 g 1 dry mass) ranged from 0.4 ± 0.1 (C. gynandra; Rustenburg) to 18.4 ± 1.5 (A. hybridus; Rustenburg). The concentrations of beta-carotene were considerably lower in A. thunbergii (1.6 ± 0.2) and the Vhembe sample of A. hybridus (1.6 ± 1.1) compared with the Rustenburg sample of A. hybridus (18.4 ± 1.5). The beta-carotene concentration was notably higher in the Capricorn sample of C. gynandra (1.7 ± 0.6) compared with the Rustenburg sample. The concentration of ...
Historically, the Indigo color has been used in positions of power and in depictions of the Hindu god Krishna and Virgin Marys draped cloth in Christian art. The dyes export from India led to its ban in France and parts of Germany, for fear of replacing their native blue dye from the woad plant. Besides the value of its deep blue hue, it has been said to offer anti-bacterial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties. In its truest form, this therapeutic dye distinguishes itself from its chemical imposter used in the dyeing of jeans. The dye concoction (Kashaya) includes 24 other plants: Biophytum Sensitivum D.C., Withania Somnifera, Aloe Vera, Leucas Aspera, Mimosa Pudica, Aerva lanata Juss, Bacopa Mohnieri, Lactuca Virosa, Ocimum Tenninflorum, Curcuma, Sandalum Album, Cinnamomum Macrocarpum, Pipernigrun, Punica Granatum, Mentha Pipertia, Myristica Fragrans, Commiphora Wightii, Amaranthus Polygamus, Eryngium Foetidum Linn., Andrographis Paniculata Nees, Gloriosa Superba Linn., Houttuynia ...
A University of Georgia professor is advocating that farmers rotate the pesticides they apply to cotton crops in order to prevent another outbreak of the herbicide-resistant weed, Palmer amaranth.. In 2004, glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth was discovered in Macon County, Georgia. Being resistant to this herbicide allowed Palmer amaranth, commonly known as "pigweed," to grow into the $100 million-a-year problem it is today for Georgia cotton farmers.. "One of the key things to know about herbicide resistance is that a weed is resistant to that herbicide before you ever spray it," said William Vencill, a professor in the crop and soil sciences department of the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, during the Southern Weed Science Society annual meeting held in Savannah, Jan. 26-28. "Once you start spraying that herbicide time and time again without applying other herbicides or other diverse weed management techniques, that one-in-a-billion trait can start to survive and ...

Amaranthus retroflexusAmaranthus retroflexus

SPECIES: Amaranthus retroflexus AUTHORSHIP AND CITATION : Walsh, Roberta A. 1993. Amaranthus retroflexus. In: Fire Effects ... SPECIES: Amaranthus retroflexus IMMEDIATE FIRE EFFECT ON PLANT : NO-ENTRY DISCUSSION AND QUALIFICATION OF FIRE EFFECT : NO- ... SPECIES: Amaranthus retroflexus FIRE ECOLOGY OR ADAPTATIONS : Rough pigweed seeds are an important part of the seedbank in many ... SPECIES: Amaranthus retroflexus IMPORTANCE TO LIVESTOCK AND WILDLIFE : Rough pigweed affects the kidneys of swine and cattle ...
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Amaranthus tuberculatus - WikispeciesAmaranthus tuberculatus - Wikispecies

USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Amaranthus tuberculatus (Moq.) J. D. Sauer in the Germplasm Resources ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Amaranthus_tuberculatus&oldid=3592694" ...
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Amaranthus blitum (livid amaranth)Amaranthus blitum (livid amaranth)

Amaranthus ascendens subsp. polygonoides (Moq.) Thell. ex Pr. (1953). *Amaranthus blitum L. subsp. emarginatus (Moq. ex Uline ... Amaranthus lividus L. subsp. polygonoides (Moq.) Thell. ex Probst (1949). *Amaranthus lividus L. var. polygonoides (Moq.) Thell ... Amaranthus ascendens Loisel. var. oleraceus (L.) Thell. ex Priszter (1953). *Amaranthus ascendens Loisel. var. polygonoides ( ... Amaranthus blitum subsp. blitum. Cotyledons with rounded to truncate apex, 9-18 by 3-6 mm; leaf blade size (3.0−)3.5−9.0 by 1.5 ...
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Amaranthus in Flora of Pakistan @ efloras.orgAmaranthus in Flora of Pakistan @ efloras.org

Amaranthus caudatus and Amaranthus hybridus (incl. Amaranthus hypochondriacus and Amaranthus cruentus, treated by Sauer as full ... Amaranthus spinosus. Illustration. Credit: M.Y. Saleem Annual or more rarely perennial herbs, glabrous or furnished with short ... Type species: Amaranthus caudatus L. Although the species concept employed therein is not adopted in the present account, the ... Amaranthus caudatus. +. Terminal spike of inflorescence rarely elongate and pendulous; female perianth segments acute, or if ...
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Multiple resistant Amaranthus palmeri from BrazilMultiple resistant Amaranthus palmeri from Brazil

Amaranthus palmeri). #. Country. Country. StateName. FirstYear. Situation. Active Ingredients. CountryID. Site of Action. ... Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) identification and documentation of ALS-resistance in Argentina.. . Weed Science 64 : 312 ... Target Site-Based and Non-Target Site Based Resistance to ALS Inhibitors in Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri).. Weed Science ... Amaranthus palmeri. Palmer Amaranth. 13038. 2 Brazil. Brazil. 2015. Cotton glyphosate 5. EPSP synthase inhibitors (G/9). 14. ...
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Amaranthus polygonoides in Flora of North America @ efloras.orgAmaranthus polygonoides in Flora of North America @ efloras.org

Amaranthus polygonoides Linnaeus, Pl. Jamaic. Pug. 27. 1759. Smartweed amaranth, tropical amaranth Amaranthus berlandieri ( ... Amaranthus berlandieri often has been recognized as a separate species related to A. polygonoides. J. Henrickson (1999) ...
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Image 4934116: Amaranthus seedlings in pods from Crestock Stock PhotosImage 4934116: Amaranthus seedlings in pods from Crestock Stock Photos

Amaranthus seedlings in pods to plant out by grahamspics from Crestock Stock Photos ... Half hardy annual, flower, gardening, plants, seedlings, Amaranthus, pods, propagation, nursery, growing, 400-06424941 ... Image Description: Amaranthus seedlings in pods to plant out Camera Data: DMC-FZ45 ...
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Multiple resistant Amaranthus powellii from Canada, OntarioMultiple resistant Amaranthus powellii from Canada, Ontario

Amaranthus hybridus, Amaranthus powellii, Amaranthus retroflexus, Amaranthus spinosus, and Amaranthus tuberculatus). Field and ... DNA was extracted from eight populations of Amaranthus powellii and Amaranthus retroflexus possessing four different resistance ... Amaranthus powellii). #. Country. Country. StateName. FirstYear. Situation. Active Ingredients. CountryID. Site of Action. ... Amaranthus powellii. Powell Amaranth. 78. 7 France. France. 1982. Corn (maize) atrazine 17. Photosystem II inhibitors (C1/5). ...
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Pharmacognostic Standardization, Physico- and Phytochemical Evaluation of Amaranthus Spinosus Linn. RootPharmacognostic Standardization, Physico- and Phytochemical Evaluation of Amaranthus Spinosus Linn. Root

Amaranthus spinosus Linn. (Amaranthaceae)[1] is an annual herb found throughout India and also in many tropical countries. The ... Pharmacognostic Standardization, Physico- and Phytochemical Evaluation of Amaranthus Spinosus Linn. Root. D Jhade, D Ahirwar, R ... Amaranthus spinosus Linn. (Amaranthaceae) is found throughout India. This tree species has been of interest to researchers ... 4. Olajide O, Ogunleye B, Erinle T. Antiinflammatory properties of Amaranthus spinosus leaf extract. Pharm Biol. 2004;42:521-5. ...
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Uray / Amaranthus spinosus / Pigweed: Philippine Medicinal Herbs / Philippine Alternative MedicineUray / Amaranthus spinosus / Pigweed: Philippine Medicinal Herbs / Philippine Alternative Medicine

Amaranthus spinosus / Synonyms / The Plant List. (27). STUDIES ON THE EFFECTS OF Amaranthus spinosus LEAF EXTRACT ON THE ... Amaranthus spinosus L. (accepted name) / Chinese names / Catalogue of Life, China. (16). Amaranthus spinosus (Calaloo) / Common ... Amaranthus spinosus / GLOBinMED. (10). Antidiarrheal and antiulcer activity of Amaranthus spinosus in experimental animals / ... Amaranthus spinosus is considered safe for the treatment of liver problems. (30) • Antidepressant: Study evaluated the ...
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Resources | Free Full-Text | Characterization of Grain Amaranth (Amaranthus spp.) Germplasm in South West Nigeria Using...Resources | Free Full-Text | Characterization of Grain Amaranth (Amaranthus spp.) Germplasm in South West Nigeria Using...

Amaranthus species are distributed worldwide with an interesting diversity of landraces and cultivars whose leaves and seeds ... Keywords: Amaranthus; plant genetic resources; RAPD; phenotypic variation; crop improvement; nutrition and food security ... Amaranthus species are distributed worldwide with an interesting diversity of landraces and cultivars whose leaves and seeds ... Akin-Idowu, P.E.; Gbadegesin, M.A.; Orkpeh, U.; Ibitoye, D.O.; Odunola, O.A. Characterization of Grain Amaranth (Amaranthus spp ...
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TRITC Conjugated Amaranthus caudatus Lectin (Tassel flower, Inca wheat) -ACA-, 2mg - EY Laboratories, Inc.TRITC Conjugated Amaranthus caudatus Lectin (Tassel flower, Inca wheat) -ACA-, 2mg - EY Laboratories, Inc.

SKU: R-8201-2 Categories: TRITC, Amaranthus caudatus Lectin Tags: lectin, ACA, Tassel-flower-Inca-wheat-agglutinin, TRITC, R- ... Colloidal Gold Conjugated Amaranthus caudatus Lectin (Tassel flower, Inca wheat) -ACA-, 1mL 10nm ... Colloidal Gold Conjugated Amaranthus caudatus Lectin (Tassel flower, Inca wheat) -ACA-, 1mL 15nm ... Colloidal Gold Conjugated Amaranthus caudatus Lectin (Tassel flower, Inca wheat) -ACA-, 1mL 40nm ...
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FITC Conjugated Amaranthus caudatus Lectin (Tassel flower, Inca wheat) -ACA-, 2mg - EY Laboratories, Inc.FITC Conjugated Amaranthus caudatus Lectin (Tassel flower, Inca wheat) -ACA-, 2mg - EY Laboratories, Inc.

SKU: F-8201-2 Categories: FITC, Amaranthus caudatus Lectin Tags: lectin, ACA, Tassel-flower-Inca-wheat-agglutinin, FITC, F-8201 ... Colloidal Gold Conjugated Amaranthus caudatus Lectin (Tassel flower, Inca wheat) -ACA-, 1mL 20nm ... Colloidal Gold Conjugated Amaranthus caudatus Lectin (Tassel flower, Inca wheat) -ACA-, 1mL 40nm ...
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Screening of cowpea, bambara groundnut and AMARANTHUS germplasm for drought tolerance and testing of the selected plant...Screening of cowpea, bambara groundnut and AMARANTHUS germplasm for drought tolerance and testing of the selected plant...

Screening of cowpea, bambara groundnut and AMARANTHUS germplasm for drought tolerance and testing of the selected plant ... They felt that amaranthus could be an economically viable crop. The farmers preferred the dual-purpose runner types of cowpea, ... Germplasm of cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata), bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea) and marog (Amaranthus spp.) was collected in ... It was possible to establish a multiplication system for Amaranthus plants. The possibility for using in vitro plant material ...
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Amaranthus deflexus - Species Page - ISB: Atlas of Florida PlantsAmaranthus deflexus - Species Page - ISB: Atlas of Florida Plants

BASIONYM: Amaranthus deflexus Linnaeus 1771.. Amaranthus prostratus Amaranthus prostratus Bellardi ex Balbis, Misc. Bot. 44, t ... BASIONYM: Amaranthus deflexus Linnaeus 1771.. Euxolus deflexus Euxolus deflexus (Linnaeus) Rafinesque, Fl. Tellur. 3: 42. 1837 ... BASIONYM: Amaranthus deflexus Linnaeus 1771.. Glomeraria deflexa Glomeraria deflexa (Linnaeus) Cavanilles, Descr. Pl. 319, 617 ...
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Leadership Magazine   - Amaranthus dubius (Spleen Amaranth)Leadership Magazine - Amaranthus dubius (Spleen Amaranth)

Amaranthus dubius (Spleen Amaranth). May 04, 2017 Leader Plants and People Comments Off on Amaranthus dubius (Spleen Amaranth) ... Amaranthus dubius is a weedy plant, which originated from tropical America and is widespread throughout the humid lowland in ...
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Biochemical characterization of a trypanosomatid isolated from the plant Amaranthus retroflexus. - Semantic ScholarBiochemical characterization of a trypanosomatid isolated from the plant Amaranthus retroflexus. - Semantic Scholar

A protozoan flagelate has recently been isolated from Amaranthus retroflexus. This plant grows near economically important ... Biochemical characterization of a trypanosomatid isolated from the plant Amaranthus retroflexus.. *. Clotilde Marín. , ... A protozoan flagelate has recently been isolated from Amaranthus retroflexus. This plant grows near economically important ... article{Marn2000BiochemicalCO, title={Biochemical characterization of a trypanosomatid isolated from the plant Amaranthus ...
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The novel and taxonomically restricted Ah24 gene from grain amaranth (Amaranthus hypochondriacus) has a dual role in...The novel and taxonomically restricted Ah24 gene from grain amaranth (Amaranthus hypochondriacus) has a dual role in...

We have identified several (a)biotic stress-responsive genes of unknown function in Amaranthus hypochondriacus, including the ... Betacyanin Biosynthetic Genes and Enzymes Are Differentially Induced by (a)biotic Stress in Amaranthus hypochondriacus. * ... The novel and taxonomically restricted Ah24 gene from grain amaranth (Amaranthus hypochondriacus) has a dual role in ... We have identified several (a)biotic stress-responsive genes of unknown function in Amaranthus hypochondriacus, including the ...
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A Critique: The Wild Wisdom of Weeds - Ecological Landscape AllianceA Critique: The Wild Wisdom of Weeds - Ecological Landscape Alliance

Amaranth (Amaranthus retroflexus). Chickweed (Stellaria media). Clover (Trifolium pretense) [typo - should be pratense]. ... 106-122). I already knew that amaranth (aka pigweed, Amaranthus retroflexus ) is a wild cousin of the cultivated beet, and that ...
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PHYTOGENIC NUTRACEUTICAL COMPOSITION AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF - KHIRUG, StanislavPHYTOGENIC NUTRACEUTICAL COMPOSITION AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF - KHIRUG, Stanislav

... in particular of Amaranthus cruentus L., is provided, and the methods of application thereof in poultry. Said nutraceutical ... fresh or ensilaged phytomass of genus Amaranthus L., ... Plants of genus Amaranthus L generally known as amaranth are ... fresh or ensilaged phytomass of genus Amaranthus L., in particular of Amaranthus cruentus L., is provided, and the methods of ... fresh or ensilaged phytomass of genus Amaranthus L., in particular of Amaranthus cruentus L., for use as a veterinary ...
more infohttp://www.sumobrain.com/patents/wipo/Phytogenic-nutraceutical-composition-methods-use/WO2013117799A1.html

Indigenous African crops meet state of the art plant breeding - African Orphan Crops ConsortiumIndigenous African crops meet state of the art plant breeding - African Orphan Crops Consortium

"Amaranthus can never disappear from our farms," says the senior lecturer at the University of Abomey- Calavi. "Within one month ... But I want to cross Amaranthus cruentus with A. dubius for bigger leaves and taller plants. I also want to delay the flowering ...
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Amaranthus dubius - WikipediaAmaranthus dubius - Wikipedia

Amaranthus dubius is considered to be a morphologically deviant allopolyploid. It is very close genetically to Amaranthus ... Amaranthus dubius, the red spinach, Chinese spinach, (simplified Chinese: 苋菜; traditional Chinese: 莧菜; pinyin: xiàncài), spleen ... The green variety is practically indistinguishable from Amaranthus viridis. It flowers from summer to fall in the tropics, but ... spinosus and other Amaranthus species. Gastronomy[edit]. This species is valued as a leafy vegetable throughout South and ...
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Category:Amaranthus - Wikimedia CommonsCategory:Amaranthus - Wikimedia Commons

Vernacular names [edit wikidata Category:Amaranthus linked to current category] [edit wikidata Amaranthus main topic of ... Media in category "Amaranthus". The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. ... Retrieved from "https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Category:Amaranthus&oldid=311514672" ...
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Amaranthus fimbriatusAmaranthus fimbriatus

Amaranthus cruentus, Amaranthus spinosus, Amaranthus blitoides, Amaranthus albus. Amaranthus caudatus L., Amaranthus cruentus L ... Amaranthus hybridus, Amaranthus powellii, Amaranthus retroflexus, Amaranthus tuberculatus, Amaranthus palmeri, Amaranthus ... Amaranthus fimbriatus. © 2012 Keir Morse. Amaranthus fimbriatus. © 2014 Keir Morse. Amaranthus fimbriatus. © 2012 Keir Morse. ... Previous taxon: Amaranthus deflexus. Next taxon: Amaranthus hybridus. Name Search Botanical illustration including Amaranthus ...
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Amaranthus albusAmaranthus albus

Amaranthus cruentus, Amaranthus spinosus, Amaranthus blitoides, Amaranthus albus. Amaranthus caudatus L., Amaranthus cruentus L ... Amaranthus hybridus, Amaranthus powellii, Amaranthus retroflexus, Amaranthus tuberculatus, Amaranthus palmeri, Amaranthus ... Amaranthus albus. © 2005 Steve Matson. Amaranthus albus. © 2005 Steve Matson. Amaranthus albus. © 2006 Keir Morse. Amaranthus ... Previous taxon: Amaranthus. Next taxon: Amaranthus arenicola. Name Search Botanical illustration including Amaranthus albus. ...
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  • Amaranthus polystachyus - Willd. (pfaf.org)
  • Amaranthus chlorostachys Willd. (usda.gov)
  • Amaranthus polystachyus is a ANNUAL. (pfaf.org)