Amaranthaceae


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Related to Amaranthaceae: amaranth family, amaranthaceae family
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Zapina (1), Rasuta (2) Amaranthaceae Amorphophallus gomboczianus Paganna/Pakanna/Poganna Araceae Pichi-Serm.
In this work, we analyze the structure of the synflorescence and, particularly, the structure of the flowering unit in Amaranthaceae.
Family name Scientific name Common name Amaranthaceae Amaranthus hybridus L.
In our laboratory, several plant extracts from Asteraceae and Amaranthaceae were screened in vitro against trypomastigote blood forms of T.
reticulata Rutaceae 15 Discorea bulbifera Discoreaceae 18 Citrus sinensis Rutaceae 19 Rubus cuneifolius Rosaceae 16 Baccharis halmifolia Asteraceae 15 Smilax smalli Smilaceae 18 Passiflora incarnata Passifloraceae 18 Weeds Poinsettia cyathophora Euphorbiaceae 22 Cnidoscolus stimulosus Euphorbiaceae 25 Phyllanthus urinaria Euphorbiaceae 25 Desmodium tortuosum Fabaceae 22 Oldenlandia corymbosa Rubiaceae 15 Richardia scabra Rubiaceae 23 Digitaria ischaemum Poaceae 25 Chenopodium ambrosioides Chenopodiaceae 18 Phytolacca americana Phytolaccaceae 21 Melothria pendula Cucurbitaceae 25 Cyperus globulosus Cyperaceae 17 Bidens alba Asteraceae 18 Ambrosia artemisiifolia Asteraceae 13 Amaranthus hybridus Amaranthaceae 21 Semiaquatic or aquatic plants Colocasia esculenta Araceae 15 Typha sp.
Vegetation categories other than grasses, sedges and rushes were mostly composed of species of Amaranthaceae, Asteraceae, Polygonaceae and Equisetaceae and were similar throughout the landscape in both years.
Item Frequency Percentage Mass (g) Percentage Plant material Amaranthaceae Amaranthus 197 35.
Serial Scientific Family Local name Number name 1 Amaranthus Amaranthaceae Kada marech spinosus L.
seed Wangerin Amaranthaceae Aerva sanguinolenta Blume seed Amaranthaceae Amaranthus hybridus L.
Given the difficulty in distinguishing the seeds of Chenopodium from other taxa in the family Amaranthaceae, and problems of preservation and identification in archaeological contexts (Minnis 1981), seeds of Chenopodium are rarely recovered, and less frequently identified in open-air sites.
Amaranthaceae Perry Nakai Switzerland Vanderburgh Warrick Allium burdickii (Hanes) A.