1. large widely distributed genus of chiefly coarse annual herbs
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  • If only they wouldn't turn snapdragons into antirrhinums, love-lies-bleeding into amaranthus, and red-hot-pokers into kniphofias .... Try Anything Twice
  • The genus is characterized by tetramerous flowers with bithecal anthers, lack of pseudostaminodia, a capitate or poorly defined stigma, and pollen of the Amaranthus type.
  • Two new allochthonous species were recently found, Amaranthus reflexus and Mesenbrianthemum cristallinum. San Félix-San Ambrosio Islands temperate forests
  • A coarse cosmopolitan weed(Amaranthus retroflexus) having hairy leaves and stout, terminal panicles with dense, lateral spikes of green flowers.
  • Prunus dulcis amaranth (some species and varieties grown primarily for leaves, others for grain), Amaranthus spp. apple, Malus spp. apricot, Prunus armeniaca artichoke, globe, Cynara scolymus artichoke, Jerusalem, Helianthus tuberosus arugola 14. Saving seeds for planting
  • The dark red Amaranthus caudatus is commonly called 'love-lies-bleeding'.
  • Codon bias of NAD-ME of Amaranthus hypochondriacus L. was significantly different from those of E. coli and yeast genome.
  • Sauer consequently provided the name Amaranthus rudis for plants with a circumscissily dehiscent utricle and single, well developed sepal.
  • Grow annual plants like Amaranthus and Agastache, which produce large quantities of seed, valuable food for adult sparrows.
  • Long-term fungal inhibitory activity of water-soluble extract from Amaranthus spp. seeds during storage of gluten-free and wheat flour breads BakeryAndSnacks RSS
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