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Delimitation of Amaranthus cruentus L. and Amaranthus caudatus L. using micromorphology and AFLP analysis: an application in germplasm identification
The ‘Morelos’ accessions of Amaranthus from Mexico demonstrate taxonomic ambiguity at the basic morphologic level. The main cause is the enormous morphological and genetic variation exhibited by theExpand
Field evaluation of an Amaranthus genetic resource collection in China
A total of 229 genotypes of 20 Amaranthus species from the United States Department of Agriculture – Agricultural Research Service (USDA – ARS) National Plant Germplasm Amaranth Collection wasExpand
Medical oxygen concentrators for releasing seed dormancy.
A new method is demonstrated for using con - centrated oxygen ( o 2 gas) to release seed dor - mancy. Concentrated o 2 gas in air is known to release seed dormancy in some seeds, includ- ing someExpand
Crop–weed hybrids are more frequent for the grain amaranth ‘Plainsman’ than for ‘D136-1’
White-seeded cultivated amaranth [Amaranthus caudatus L., A. cruentus L., and A. hypochondriacus L.] grain is less valuable if contaminated with brown off-type seeds from the hybrid weedy progeny ofExpand
The identity of a cultivatedAmaranthus from Asia and a New Nomenclatural combination.
The Identity of a Cultivated Amaranthus from Asia and a New Nomenclatural Combination.--Vegetable Amaranthus species are among the ten most popular vegetables in south east Asia (1) and they areExpand
Non-Shattering Grain Amaranth Populations
SHATTERING Shattering can cause serious losses in commercial grain production of amaranth (Fitterer et al. 1996). In Nebraska, amaranth grain is harvested after the plants are killed by frost andExpand
`Kerala Red' Ornamental Amaranth