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Definition of the noun amaranthaceae
What does amaranthaceae mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- cosmopolitan family of herbs and shrubs
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- synonyms of Amaranthaceae: amaranth family / family Amaranthaceae
- more generic term: caryophylloid dicot family = family of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
- member of: Caryophyllales / Chenopodiales / order Caryophyllales / order-Chenopodiales = corresponds approximately to the older group Centrospermae
- genus Amaranthus / Amaranthus = large widely distributed genus of chiefly coarse annual herbs
- genus Alternanthera / Alternanthera = genus of low herbs of tropical America and Australia
- genus Celosia / Celosia = annual or perennial herbs or vines of tropical and subtropical America and Asia and Africa
- genus Froelichia / Froelichia = genus of erect or procumbent herbs of the Americas having spikes of woolly white flowers: cottonweed
- genus Gomphrena / Gomphrena = genus of tropical herbs or subshrubs having flowers in close heads
- genus Iresine / Iresine = genus of tropical American herbs or subshrubs
- genus Telanthera / Telanthera = used in former classifications systems
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Amaranthaceae
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Waranq Waranqa: Ethnobotanical Perspectives on Agricultural Intensification in the Lake Titicaca Basin (Taraco Peninsula, Bolivia). (2008)
The unknown Amaranthaceae is the most abundant species (22.80 seeds/L) .
Ecosystem Dynamics (2014)
From the Past to the Future by Richard H. W. Bradshaw, Martin T. Sykes
Amaranthaceae is a family of plants that includes several drought-tolerant species whose pollen was abundant throughout the mid-Holocene. Occasional charcoal peaks coincide with geochemical evidence for the brief moist periods that ...
by Margaret G. Corrick, Bruce Alexander Fuhrer
The Amaranthaceae is an almost cosmopolitan family whose flowers have one whorl of perianth segments which are usually membranous and/or dry and often colourful. The family is horticulturally important for such ornamental species as ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Amaranthaceae 1845 N. peltata (S.G. Gmelin) Kuntze ( Nymphoides nymphae- oides Britt.; Menyanthes nymphoides L.; Limnanthemum nymphoides (L.) Hoffm. & Link; Limnanthemum peltatum S.G. Gmel.) English: yellow ...
by Ian W. Southon, John Buckingham
( Amaranthaceae, Chenopodiaceae). 15-Epimer, Os-[ß-D-Glucopyranosyluronic acid(¡--2)- ...
by Tatiana Wielgorskaya, Armen Leonovich Takhtadzhi͡an
Amaranthaceae. 2 trop. Africa Centemopsis Schinz. 1911. Amaranthaceae.
by Michael Allaby
Amaranthaceae. (cockscombs, celosias, etc.) (order *Caryophyllales) A family of mostly *annual herbs in which the leaves are *entire and without *stipules. The flowers are small, borne in dense, spikelike *cymes, and are mostly unisexual; ...
These, however, will distinguish the Illecebreae from both the Caryophylleae and Amaranthaceae, and the accessory stamens or petals will separate the Sclerantheae from the Chenopodeae. The Paronychieae, as a whole, form the passage ...
by Rolf H. J. Schlegel
( Amaranthaceae); grain amaranth: Amaranthus caudatus or A. hypochondriacus syn A. frumentaceus syn A. leucocarpus (Amaranthaceae), 2n = 2x = 32; 2C DNA content ...
by Urs Eggli, Leonard E. Newton
Arthraerva Gr, arthron', joint; for the jointed branches and the similarity to the genus Aerva (Amaranthaceae). (Amaranthaceae) Arthrocereus Gr. 'arthron', joint; and Cereus, a genus of columnar cacti; for the jointed ...
Luo Biological Dictionary (1998)
by J. O. Kokwaro, Timothy Johns
Tungu, Celosia anthelmintic a (Amaranthaceae). A herb, about 1 m. or more high, nearly glabrous, loosely-branched. Leaf blade 5-7 cm. long, cordate, ovate- lanceolate. Inflorescence 15-35 cm. long, 1-2 cm. broad. Perianth 2 mm. long and ...
6000 Scientific Terms Explored and Explained by Michael Allaby
beet See Amaranthaceae. beet cysteelworm See Heterodera schachtii. beet leaf miner ...
The Encyclopædia Britannica, Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature ... with Preliminary Dissertations on the History of the Sciences, and Other Extensive Improvements and Additions; Including the Late Supplement, a General Index, and Numerous Engravings (1842)
These, however, will distinguish the Illecebreac from both the Caryophylleae and Amaranthaceae, and the accessory stamens or petals will separate the Sclerantheae from the Chenopodeae. The Paronychieae, as a whole, form the passage ...
A Dictionary of Entomology (2011)
Hostplants include Acanthaceae, Amaranthaceae, Asteraceae, Malvaceae, Polygonaceae, Rubiaceae and Urticaceae. Eggs spherical, pale yellow/green, laid in small irregular groups under leaves of foodplants. Caterpillar cylindrical, black ...
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