Chenopodium album

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Synonyms for Chenopodium album

common weedy European plant introduced into North America

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Hepatoprotective activity of Chenopodium album Linn.
The leaves of Chenopodium album were cleaned and used for maceration.
Ultrastructure of vegetative and reproductive apices of Chenopodium album.
16 1 Claytonia perfoliata - - - - - - Cytisus scoparius - - - - - - Chenopodium album 3.
Species such as Chenopodium album and Hordeum jubatum possess ruder characteristics such as vigorous seed production and establishment capabilities in disturbed sites.
Leaf nitrogen effects on the gas exchange characteristics of Chenopodium album (L.
Most of the species were present in all classes and showed species richness and abundance but few species Chenopodium album and Astragalus psilocentros grow only under class zinc-1 whereas Withania coagulans, Silenemoorcro ftiana, Haloxylon salicornicum and Tetrapogon villous preferred to grow in class of zinc-2.
It is interesting that of the two Chenopodiaceae family plants, Chenopodium album reportedly prevented progression of cell growth and enhanced cell toxicity in human breast cancer cell lines (Khoobchandani et al.
Accordingly Chenopodium album, Chenopodium murale, Convolvulus arvensis, Melilotus indica, Anagallis arvensis, Cirsium arvensis, Coronopus didymus, Lathyrus aphaca, Medicago polymorpha, Polygonum plebejum, Rumex dentatus, Gallium aparine, Cnicus arvensis, Ephedra spp.
glabrescens (poaceae), Chenopodium album (chenopodiaceae), Cyperus difformis, Rumex dentatus (polygonaceae), and Scripus maritimus (cyperaceae), supported nematodes at population levels similar to that recovered from rice roots.
Among the most abundant nonnative forb species recorded, Chenopodium album L.
Anthropogenic indicators such as Chenopodium album, greater celandine (Chelidonium majus) and annual nettle (Urtica urens) also occur, but they might originate from the uppermost layer, as we do not know the degree of contamination of the layers.
Chenopodium album (Lamb's quarters): a good source for vitamins A and C, riboflavin, niacin and calcium; it can be eaten raw or cooked.