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From this survey, it can be established that weed species of Brassicaceae and Amaranthaceae family are more intensified in agricultural plantation in Al-Shafa region of Saudi Arabia.
It belongs to Amaranthaceae family and it is known for its anti-inflammatory potential.
cristata belongs to the Amaranthaceae family. It is considered to be the herbaceous plant and now becoming more important as ornamental plant.
From this study, it can be concluded that weed species of Brassicaceae and Amaranthaceae family are more intensified in Rosa crop plantation in Al-Hada or Al-Shafa region of Saudi Arabia.
The Amaranthaceae family consists of herbaceous, fast growing plants with a vegetable yield of 4.5 tons dry matter/hectare for 4 weeks after sowing [6].
The genus Pfaffia is a member of the Amaranthaceae family, and many of its Brazilian species have been commercialized as Brazilian ginseng; these species are used to treat diabetes and rheumatism and are used as a tonic and aphrodisiac.
Amaranthaceae family consists of about 169 genera and 2300 species [1], mostly abundant in tropical regions of India, Africa and America.
Accordingly, florescences in the Amaranthaceae family may consist of: