Amaranthus spinosus

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Synonyms for Amaranthus spinosus

erect annual of tropical central Asia and Africa having a pair of divergent spines at most leaf nodes

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Amaranthus spinosus, Amaranthus caudatus, Bidens pilosa and Solanum nigrum
The assessment of phytorcmediation potential of invasive weed Amaranthus spinosus L.
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),
Amaranthus spinosus was used by the Kaviraj to treat infections of nails, burn infections and headache.
All these data corroborate that mite, sesame (Sesamum indicum L.), spiny amaranth (Amaranthus spinosus L.), Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and house dust are the five most prevalent allergenic sources and can well represent the 62 allergenic sources identified in southern China.
Frequency Percent Dog 5 3.6 Buffalo 3 2.2 Cat 1 0.7 Dog/buffalo 1 0.7 Cat/dog 3 2.2 No exposure to pets 126 90.6 Total 139 100 The percentage of different pollens in the study was as follows: Artemisia (10.8%), Pennisetum (7.2%), Parthenium (5.8%), Sorgum, Prosopis, Cenchrus (2.9%), Azadirachta, Gynandropsis, Rumex, Zea mays, Amaranthus spinosus (2.2%), and Cassia, Morus alba, Ricinus (0.75%) as indicated in Table 15.
The following weeds were found: Amaranthus deflexus (pigweed), Amaranthus spinosus (spiny amaranth), Amaranthus viridis (slender amaranth), Cyperus spp.
Other weed species with fairly low AD of 0.62-0.20 were Xanthium strumarium, Scirpus roylei, Nicotiana plumbaginifolia, Solanum xanthocarpum and Amaranthus spinosus (Table 1).
(1) 50 17 5,70 190 2,1 Amaranthus viridis (2) 150 32 56 670 5,4 Amaranthus hybridus (3) 69,9 69,4 84,8 68,9 24,50 Amaranthus tricolor (4) 239 253 84 433 15,01 Amaranthus cruentus (5) 200 250 380 370 40 Amaranthus dubius (6) 1686 806 347 - 25 Amaranthus spinosus (7) 3931 1166 393 - 32 Amaranthus 1900 590 90 5690 - hipocondriacus (8) Especies Zn Cu nmg/100g biomasa seca Amaranthuss p.
For treatment of prolapse of uterus, a total of five plants were used, namely Abutilon indicum (root), Glycosmis pentaphylla (root), Eleusine indica (root), Amaranthus spinosus (root), and Piper nigrum (fruit).
One of the plants appears to be Amaranthus spinosus, a native of parts of Central America and the other is an obscure member of the daisy family, possibly Arnica montana, a European native, currently being used in various herbal medical preparations.
Methods: Partially purified Amaranthus spinosus leaf oxalate oxidase was immobilized through diazotization onto arylamine glass beads affixed on the surface of a plastic strip by a non reactive fixative and employed for oxalate determination in urine and serum samples collected from healthy individuals and urinary stone formers.