Amaranthaceae


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Related to Amaranthaceae: amaranth family, amaranthaceae family
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domesticus los items de mayor importancia en su dieta son las semillas de las familias Portulacaceae, Amaranthaceae, Poaceae y Malvacea e insectos del orden Coleoptera.
AltMV has a broad host range and can infect plants from at least 31 taxonomic families including Aizoaceae, Amaranthaceae, Apiaceae, Asteraceae, Brassicaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Chenopodiaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Fabaceae, Plantaginaceae, Polemoniaceae, and Solanaceae [19].
Miiller and Borsch (2005) and Sage et al., (2007) placed Amaranthus in the order Caryophyllales, family Amaranthaceae, subfamily Amaranthoideae, tribe Amarantheae, sub-tribe Amaranthinae, genus Amaranthus and according to Sauer (1967) into the section Amaranthus.
Here, we are demonstrating the same using proteins from Beta vulgaris (red beetroot; family Amaranthaceae), which is usually grown for the commercial and feeding purpose.
From the 15 identified families sampled from plots not exposed to grazing, 11 were represented by one species, three (Amaranthaceae, Malvaceae and Turneraceae) by two species, and one (Fabaceae) by four species (plus one morphospecies).
The species of Amaranthaceae (conserved name according to Stevens, 2001 onwards) are very frequent in the supra-littoral vegetation of the European coasts and in saltpans (Anabasis, Arthrocnemum, Halocnemum, Salicornia, Salsola, Sarcocornia, Suaeda, etc.), together with other halophytes able to tolerate high saline concentration and with frequent adaptations to physiological dryness.
Ten weed species Asteraceae family, four (4) species from both Amaranthaceae and from Brassicaceae family were recorded from the Al-Shafa region.
Ranganayakulu, Comparative in Vitro Anthelmintic Activity of Three Plants from The Amaranthaceae Family, Arch Biol Sci, 68,185 (2010).
rosa-sinensis (Malvaceae), Convolvulus arvensis (Convulvulaceae), Launea nudicaulis (Euphorbiaceae), Withania somnifera (Solanaceae), Coronopus didimus (Brassicaceae), Euphorbia prostrate (Euphorbiaceae), Conyza bonariensis (Asteraceae), Solamum melongena (Solanaceae), Abelmoschus esculentus (Malvaceae), Cirsium arvense (Asteraceae), Chenopodium album (Chenopodiaceae), Gossypium hirsutum (Malvaceae), Capsicum frutescens (Solanaceae), Amaranthus spinosus (Amaranthaceae), Clerodendron inerme, Trianthema portulacastrum (Aizoaceae), Portulaca oleracea (Portulacaceae), Tribulus terrestris (Zygophyllaceae), Digera arvensis (Amaranthaceae), Eclipta prostrate (Asteraceae), Parthenium hysterophorus (Asteraceae),
Amaranthaceae intestinal, injuries, liver and kidney 21 Epidendrum PPN-or-006 Nerves cochlidium Lindl.