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Definition of the noun chenopodiaceae
What does chenopodiaceae mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- includes spinach and beets
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- synonyms of Chenopodiaceae: family Chenopodiaceae / goosefoot family
- more generic term: caryophylloid dicot family = family of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
- more specific terms: genus Beta / Beta = beets
- member of: Caryophyllales / Chenopodiales / order Caryophyllales / order-Chenopodiales = corresponds approximately to the older group Centrospermae
- genus Chenopodium / Chenopodium = goosefoot
- genus Atriplex / Atriplex = orach
- genus Bassia / genus Kochia / Bassia / Kochia = summer cypress
- genus Cycloloma / Cycloloma = a caryophyllaceous genus of the family Chenopodiaceae
- genus Halogeton = a caryophyllaceous genus of the family Chenopodiaceae
- genus Salicornia / Salicornia = glassworts
- genus Salsola / Salsola = chiefly Old World herbs or shrubs: saltworts
- genus Sarcobatus / Sarcobatus = one species: greasewood
- genus Spinacia / Spinacia = spinach
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Chenopodiaceae
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Systematic Botany (2005)
by Bharati Bhattacharyya
Chenopodiaceae is a betalain-containing family. The flavonoid chemistry (Young 1981) of this family is allied to Dilleniiflorae and Malviflorae than to Magnolliiflorae. According to Hartley and Harris (1981), ferulic acid is present in the cell walls ...
Horticultural Reviews (2002)
by Jules Janick
The Chenopodiaceae is an excellent source of folate (Scott et al. 2000; Konings et al. 2001). IV. CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE RESEARCH NEEDS Since the beginning of the twentieth century, contemporary health experts have been using ...
Turkey and Greece by Alper Baba, Jochen Bundschuh, D. Chandrasekharam
Chenopodiaceae is a typical marker of the steppe vegetation and plant species of this family and shows a widespread distribution in the very dry condition and halophytic marshes. In addition, without drought, the lack of moisture can improve ...
by G. D. H. Bell
The Chenopodiaceae is a family of plants of world-wide distribution and is represented in the British Isles by six genera of herbaceous or low shrubby native plants which are usually found in coastal districts and maritime areas. Some are ...
by Charles Darwin
Chenopodiaceae is the former goosefoot family, which is now subsumed within Amaranthaceae, the pigweed family. Eucalypts or gum trees, which belong to Eucalyptus and two other genera in the family Myrtaceae, and acacias or wattles of ...
by John Christopher Willis, Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms. Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Chenopodiaceae Sclerobassia Ulbr. Chenopodiaceae Origins: Greek skleros plus the genus Bassia All.; see H.G.A. Engler & K.A.E. Prantl, Die Natiirlichen Pflanzenfamilien. Ed. 2. 16c: 539. 1934. Scleroblitum Ulbr.
by Marc H.V. van Regenmortel, Brian W.J. Mahy
quinoa and BSBV to members of the Chenopodiaceae. PMTV is found in potato-growing regions of Europe, North and South America, and Asia; virus incidence is favored by cool, wet growing conditions.
Phytochemical Dictionary (1998)
A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants, Second Edition by Herbert Baxter, J.B. Harborne, Gerald P. Moss
A favourite plant source is spinach, Spinacea oleracea (Chenopodiaceae). This is a key enzyme of nitrogen assimilation and it ...
by Carole J. Skelly
balmony saltrheum weed shell flower snakehead turdebloom turdehead Chenopodium album [Chenopodiaceae] lamb'squarterspigweed whitegoosefoot Chenopodium ambrosiodes [ Chenopodiaceae] American ...
by Michael Allaby
Chenopodiaceae. (goosefoots) (order *Caryophyllales) A family, mostly of *herbs but including some shrubs, of plants that are frequently succulent, or covered with mealy hairs. The leaves are mostly *simple and alternate. The flowers are ...
by Ian W. Southon, John Buckingham
aphylla (Chenopodiaceae). Cryst. (pet. ether). Mp 80- 81°.
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Meyer Chenopodiaceae English: mace screw pine P. cookii Martelli (for Cooktown, Queensland, Australia) English: screw pine P. forsteri C. Moore & F. Muell. English: screw pine P. heterocarpus Balf.f. Rodrigues ...
Encyclopedia of toxicology (2005)
Dib-L] by Philip Wexler, Bruce D. Anderson
have a narrow host range: Chenopodiaceae plant species such as the genera Beta...
Encyclopedia of Deserts (1999)
by Michael A. Mares, Oklahoma Museum of Natural History (Norman, Okla.)
Dregne See also ARABIAN GULF, DESERTS OF; CARBONATES; CHENOPODIACEAE; CHIHUAHUAN DESERT; COL- LUVIAL DEPOSITS ( COLLUVIUM); DEAD SEA; DUNES; DURICRUSTS; GREAT BASIN DESERT; ...
by Andrew Chevallier
(Chenopodiaceae). Wormseed. Description Annual herb growing to 3 ft (1 m) with toothed lance-shaped leaves. Yellow- green flowers in round clusters bloom in summer, producing small black seeds in autumn.
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Chenopodiaceae: Salsola tragus
Spiny shrub that lines the banks of the trails in the Palo Alto baylands.
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Quotes about Chenopodiaceae
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The value of this 14-letter word is 24 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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