genus Chenopodium

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Synonyms for genus Chenopodium

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The phytochemistry of the genus Chenopodium has been studied and the compounds reported were: minerals, carbohydrates, aminoacids, nonpolar constituents, proteins, aromatic cytokinins, flavonoids, saponins, terpenes, sterols, alkaloids and vitamins [18].
Nikolov, "The genus Chenopodium: phytochemistry, ethnopharmacology and pharmacology," Pharmacognosy Reviews, vol.
Utilized among early indigenous groups throughout the American Southwest and northern Mexico, seeds and greens of the genus Chenopodium (goosefoot) were frequently gathered for their medicinal and nutritive value (Castetter & Underhill 1935; Castetter & Opler 1936; Ebeling 1986).