Amaranthus graecizans occurs scattered throughout tropical Africa, where it has been recorded for many countries. It is also distributed in. Preferred Scientific Name; Amaranthus graecizans. Preferred Common Name; prostrate pigweed. Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Eukaryota. Amaranthus graecizans is a ANNUAL growing to m (1ft 8in). It is frost tender. It is in leaf from May to October. The species is monoecious (individual flowers.

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Intraspecific aneuploidy in Amaranthus graecizans. Wildscreen With – Tom Hooker: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Amaranthus graecizans is used as a fodder for livestock.

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For this purpose, the ggaecizans are dried and burned to ashes, the filtrate is evaporated and the residue used as a substitute for common salt. Flora of Tropical East Africa.

The presence of hydrocyanic acid and oxalic acid makes it less suitable for fresh consumption by humans and as fodder for animals. To buy images please take not of the image code specific for every image found beneath each individual photo since this is required when filling the online ordering form.

Griechischer Amarant; Schmalblaettriger Fuchsschwanz Netherlands: It germinates graeciazns the surface or in the upper 3 cm of the soil. Flowering may start 4—8 weeks after sowing. There are 22 citations in Afrirefs related to Amaranthus graecizans L. The genus Amaranthus is characterized by the C 4 -cycle photosynthetic pathway, which means a high photosynthesis at high temperature and radiation.


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QR Codes are barcodes hraecizans can be read by mobile phone smartphone cameras. To leave a comment please Register or login here All comments need to be approved so will not appear immediately. Citation in web searches.

If you have important information about this plant that may help other users please add a comment or link below. Leaves arranged spirally, simple, without stipules; petiole 3—5 cm long, sometimes longer amxranthus lamina; lamina broadly ovate or rhombic-ovate to narrowly linear-lanceolate, 0. Requires a hot sheltered position if it is to do well[K]. See Terms of Use for details.

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Traditional food plants of Kenya. The vegetative development is fast. If collected for the market, shoots and leaves are often sprinkled with water to keep a fresh appearance. Because of the many flowers, people will not cook the whole shoot but they pick the individual leaves, which is one reason why this amaranth has a low market value. Related Links opens in a new window Treatments in Other Floras www. It prefers moist soil.

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Amaranthus graecizans

Cytomorphological and phylogenetic studies grsecizans the genus Amaranthus from Nigeria. Seeds shining, compressed, black, The plant is self-fertile. In the wild and in home gardens the seed of fruiting plants is scattered and gives rise to new plants. Buy images found in this large collection of Maltese flora.

Amaranthus graecizans Amaranthus graecizans, rameau It is found on waste or cultivated ground, forest edges and grassland, mostly in arid areas but also in marshy or flooded land, from sea level to m, in regions with an annual rainfall of — mm. It is very resistant to adverse climate and soil conditions. For these reasons you are kindly requested to first fill and submit a quotation form by which you will get confirmation of the purchase, availability and charges.

Amaranthus graecizans occurs scattered throughout tropical Africa, where it has been recorded for many countries.

It germinates at the surface or in the upper 3 cm of the soil.