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any of several amaranthaceous plants of the genus Amaranthus, esp A. caudatus, having drooping spikes of small red flowers
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Interrelated effects of temperature, light and oxygen on Amaranthus caudatus L.
Interaction of gibberellic acid, abscisic acid and phenolic compounds in the control of hypocotyl growth of Amaranthus caudatus seedlings.
La kiwicha Amaranthus caudatus Linnaeus (Amaranthaceae) es una hierba anual domesticada de tallo angular, suculenta, cuya distribucion va desde los andes de Colombia hasta Argentina.
Varios estudios han sido realizados, que han contribuido a la investigacion del valor nutritivo de las proteinas, principalmente de los granos andinos Chenopodium quinoa 'quinua', Chenopodium pallidicauli 'kaniwa', Amaranthus caudatus 'kiwicha' y Lupinus mutabilis 'tarwi' (5).
Both characteristics are recognised in the origin of its botanical name, Amaranthus caudatus - the plant with a long-lasting tail.
But it's the strange hanging catkin-like Amaranthus caudatus that have recently become trendy in flower arranging circles.
Rinderle SJ, Goldstein IJ, Matta KL and RM Ratkliffe Isolation and characterization of amaranthin, a lectin present in the seeds of Amaranthus caudatus, that recognizes the T-(cryptic T)-antigen, Journal of Biology and Chemistry, 1989 264: 16123-16131.
Antimicrobial peptides from Amaranthus caudatus seeds with sequence homology to the cysteine/glycine-rich domain of chitin- binding proteins.
Amaranthus caudatus Linn (Amaranthaceae) is commonly known as "Peddathotakura" in Telugu.
Take for instance Amaranthus caudatus 'Pony Tails'.