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2 edition of genus amaranthus found in the catalog.

genus amaranthus

Joseph P. Senft

genus amaranthus

a comprehensive bibliography

by Joseph P. Senft

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Published by Nutrition Dept. and New Crops Dept., Organic Gardening and Farming Research Center, Rodale Press in [Kutztown, PA] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Amaranths -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJoseph P. Senft, Charles S. Kauffman, Nancy Nickum Bailey.
    GenreBibliography.
    SeriesRodale research reports -- 81-35., Rodale research reports -- 81/35.
    ContributionsKauffman, Charles S., Bailey, Nancy Nickum., Rodale Research Center. Nutrition Dept., Rodale Research Center. New Crops Dept.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 217 p. ;
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17781135M

    The Ethnic and Specialty Vegetables Handbook, Second Edition is an update of the first edition mainly adapted from the University of California Small Farm Center’s publication, “Specialty and Minor Crops Handbook, Second Edition.” Literature search came essentially from RubatzkyFile Size: 2MB. Amaranthus hybridus, commonly called green amaranth, slim amaranth, smooth amaranth, smooth pigweed, or red amaranth, is a species of annual flowering is a weedy species found now over much of North America and introduced into Europe and : Amaranthaceae.

    2 The Plants Members of the genus Amaranthus (family Amaranthaceae) are widely distributed throughout the world's tropical, subtropical, and temperate regions. The genus contains about 60 species.* Growth habits vary from prostrate to erect and branched to unbranched; leaf and stem colors range from red to green, with a multitude of inter. Amaranthus retroflexus is a ANNUAL growing to m (3ft). It is hardy to zone (UK) 4 and is frost tender. It is in flower from July to September, and the seeds ripen from August to October. The species is monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and is pollinated by Wind. The plant is self-fertile.

    Amaranthus; genus Amaranthus. Hypernyms ("genus Amaranthus" is a kind of): caryophylloid dicot genus (genus of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers) Meronyms (members of "genus Amaranthus"): amaranth (any of various plants of the genus Amaranthus having dense plumes of green or red flowers; often cultivated for food). Amaranthus retroflexus L. – red-root amaranth, redroot pigweed, careless weed, rough pigweed, redroot amaranth Species Amaranthus scleropoides Uline & W.L. Bray – bonebract amaranthBiological classification: Genus.


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Genus amaranthus by Joseph P. Senft Download PDF EPUB FB2

Amaranthus is a cosmopolitan genus of annual or short-lived perennial plants. Most of the species are summer annual weeds and are commonly referred to as pigweed. Most of the species are summer annual weeds and are commonly referred to as by: 6. Genus: Amaranthus. amaranth. You may need female plants to identify dioecious species.

Some monoecious species may have only a few staminate flowers in the inflorescence, so look carefully at the tips of the flower clusters to see if any are present. References: Costea et al.

(a, b), Mosyakin and Robertson (). The largest genus, Amaranthus, contains about 70 species of herbs, including the ornamentals love-lies-bleeding, prince’s feather (A.

hybridus), and Joseph’s genus amaranthus book (A. tricolor). The genus also contains many weedy plants known as pigweed, especially rough pigweed (A. retroflexus), prostrate pigweed (A. graecizans), and white pigweed.

Amaranthus Genus amaranth Amaranthaceae. Amaranthus O. England Wild Flower (Accessed 12/). Amaranthus retroflexus inflorescence. James Altland Oregon State University North Willamette Research & Extension Center.

(Accessed 8/). A conspectus of the genus Amaranthus L. (Amaranthaceae) in Australia. Nuytsia 19(1): (). A synopsis of the 26 Amaranthus species known to occur in Australia is presented. This new publishing house takes its name from the amaranth – a genus of herbs with a peculiarly long flowering season.

The Greek word amarantos means “unfading” and “anthos” means “flower”. Amaranthine Books is a fine press publisher dedicated to creating special editions of great books so they could have the form that they deserve.

(one with black pages and one with white pages is a stroke of genius. Ian. 06/25/ 1. of or like the amaranth. unfading; everlasting; eternally beautiful. Amaranth is the name given to a group of approximately 70 species of annual or short-lived perennial plants in the genus Amaranthus including several species of aggressive edible weeds native to the US such as Amaranthus retroflexus (redroot pigweed).

The genus Amaranthus provides fascinating material for geneticists to work with. Basic genetic studies of this genus were initiated in late s with chromosomal counts (Grant, b; Pal, ) and identification of polyploids (Khoshoo and Pal ).

Chromosome number varies among Amaranthus species (Table 2). Amaranthus asplundii subsp. australis: Southern Amaranth (Amaranthus australis) Amaranthus bengalense: Bigelow's Amaranth (Amaranthus bigelovii) Prostrate Pigweed (Amaranthus blitoides) Amaranthus blitoides var.

halophilus: Purple Amaranth (Amaranthus blitum) Amaranthus bouchonii: Amaranthus brandegeei: Brown's Amaranth (Amaranthus brownii. Abstract. Amaranthus L. is an herbaceous genus of the family Amaranthaceae, collectively known as amaranths or pigweed.

The species of Amaranthus are mostly annual weeds; few are utilized as vegetables and ornamentals. Protein rich grains or seeds of few species (, A. caudatus L., Amaranthus hypochondriacus L.

and A. cruentus L.) are consumed as pseudo-cereals, they are Cited by: 1. Amaranthus: A Promising Crop of Future - Kindle edition by Das, Saubhik.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Amaranthus: A Promising Crop of cturer: Springer.

Amaranthus is a cosmopolitan genus of annual or short-lived perennial plants. Most of the species are summer annual weeds and are commonly referred to as pigweed. Only a few are cultivated as Author: Saubhik Das. Amaranth is one of the ancient groups of plants, and has great potential for combating under-nutrition and malnutrition.

It belongs to the family Amaranthaceae, which is comprised of 65 genera and species. The genus Amaranthus includes 50–60 species cultivated for leaf (greens) and grains. It also includes a few wild by: 5.

Amaranths: Ancient and Modern. By David Cavagnaro. Love Lies Bleeding (Amaranthus caudatus) On the other hand, Janet Marinelli writes in her book, Stalking the Wild Amaranth, (Henry Holt, ), Because the taming of the genus Amaranthus has taken these ancient plants in three broad directions over the centuries.

Amaranthus or amaranth, a traditional Mexican plant, is a cosmopolitan genus of herbs with approximately 60 plant species, the majority of which are wild (Stallknecht and Schulz-Schaeffer, ).

Amaranthus plants have inflorescences and foliage with different colors, ranging from. Amaranthaceae, the amaranth family, contains some genera and around 2, species distributed members are typically herbaceous plants or subshrubs, many of which can tolerate poor saline flowers are often small and borne in dense inflorescences, and the simple leaves are usually arranged alternately along the stem.

A number of species are important food crops, and. Family Amaranthaceae – Amaranth family: Genus Amaranthus L. – pigweed P: Contains 49 Species and 49 accepted taxa overall: Down one level: Species Amaranthus acanthochiton Sauer – greenstripe P: Species Amaranthus acutilobus Uline & Bray [excluded] P: Species Amaranthus.

Amaranthus species belong to the Caryophyllales order, Amaranthaceae family, Amaranthoideae subfamily, and Amaranthus genus. 1,2 The Caryophyllales contains 33 families, genera, and 11 species.

3 The taxonomic classification of the Amaranthaceae has been studied intensively and genetic research revealed that morphological and anatomical characters are different Author: Katarzyna Wolosik, Agnieszka Markowska.

Amaranth (Amaranthus species) is a cosmopolitan genus of herbs. About 60 species are recognized, with flower clusters and foliage ranging from purple and red to gold. Although several species are often considered weeds, people around the world value amaranths as leaf vegetables, Class: Magnoliopsida.

Amaranthus L. is a genus consisting of about 70 species, over 50 % of which are native to America, while the remaining ones inhabit other continents as well (Costea et al. ).Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these are accepted species names.

The Plant List includes a further scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank. These are primarily included because names of species rank .New infrageneric taxa and combinations in Amaranthus L.

(Amaranthaceae). Ann. Bot. Fenn. Stetter, M. G. & K. J. Schmid. Analysis of phylogenetic relationships and genome size evolution of the Amaranthus genus using GBS indicates .