Amaranthus graecizans

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Synonyms for Amaranthus graecizans

bushy plant of western United States

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* Amaranthus gracilentus H.W.Kung * Amaranthus graecizans Cutanda * Amaranthus graecizans var.
Wild food plants such as Amaranthus graecizans had 34.08%, Solanum nigrum 27.80%, Crotalaria brevidens 34.47% and fruits such Ficus sur 9.35%, Bridelia scleroneura 5.68%.
The highest concentration of calcium was found in the leaves of Acalypha bipartitae followed by Amaranthus graecizans, Solanum nigrum, Crotalaria ochroleuca, Crotalaria brevidens and Corchorus olitorius in that order (Table 4).
Plant species that showed the concentration values of phosphorus greater than 500mg/100g were leaves of Cleome gynandra, Acalypha bipartitae, Hyptis spicigera, Amaranthus graecizans, Solanum nigrum, Asystasia gangetica, seeds of Cajanus cajan, Corchorus olitorius and fruits of Cucumis figarei and Ficus sur (Table 4).
Plants that were high in proteins such as Amaranthus graecizans, Cleome gynandra, and Hibiscus diversifolius were found to be favorite foods among expectant mothers during the focused group discussions.
Table 1: Edible semi-wild and wild plants from south Ethiopia screened nutritional and non-nutritional compositions Scientific name Local name (c) Family Adenia ellenbekii Harms Armulo (1), Qaqula (2) Passifloraceae Amaranthus graecizans L.