Amaranthus caudatus

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Synonyms for Amaranthus caudatus

young leaves widely used as leaf vegetables

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Both characteristics are recognised in the origin of its botanical name, Amaranthus caudatus - the plant with a long-lasting tail.
But it's the strange hanging catkin-like Amaranthus caudatus that have recently become trendy in flower arranging circles.
However, the germination of Amaranthus caudatus seeds was stimulated in the light by [PGA.
Rinderle SJ, Goldstein IJ, Matta KL and RM Ratkliffe Isolation and characterization of amaranthin, a lectin present in the seeds of Amaranthus caudatus, that recognizes the T-(cryptic T)-antigen, Journal of Biology and Chemistry, 1989 264: 16123-16131.