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Each plant can contain 200,000 seed per plant, and the Real Seed Amaranth Mix has been specially bred from their trials over 20 years.
Comparative morphology of the somatic karyotypes of vegetable amaranths and its phylogenetic significance.
Chromosome behaviour and fertility in induced polyploids of grain amaranths.
Many similar species of amaranth (often called "pigweed," above, left) grow throughout North America, terrorizing gardeners and farmers in every corner of the land.
Studies conducted in Kenya [5, 6] show that amaranth grain has a good level of iron and other nutrients and may, therefore, be a choice to use for complementary food formulation at the household level to address widespread micronutrient deficiencies.
Interspecific hybrids and possible phylogenetic relations in grain amaranths.
1] expressed that early planting date increased amaranth leaf area duration and water absorption during the critical period be tween flower bud appearances to flowering.
The amaranths that are principally for vegetable use have better tasting leaves then the grain types.
Consumers in many countries enjoy amaranths as both a leafy vegetable and as a kind of cereal.
THE POTENTIAL OF AMARANTHS as forage has not been fully studied.
Grain amaranths and many other amaranth species show tremendous potential for human consumption and other uses, and are particularly promising as a remedy for hunger and malnutrition in developing countries [2].
and maintains 3,000 accessions of amaranths from all over the world at the Plant Introduction Station at Iowa State University.
Lehman JW, Putnam DH and AA Qureshi Vitamin E isomers ingrain amaranths (Amaranthus spp.
Kenya is promoting the use of amaranth grains in alleviating hunger despite the fact that many communities are ignorant of its significance in health and food security.