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Related to Chenopodium album: Portulaca oleracea, Solanum nigrum, Chenopodium quinoa, Amaranthus viridis


see goosefootgoosefoot,
common name for the genus Chenopodium, as well as for the goosefoot family, Chenopodiaceae, a family of widely distributed shrubs and herbs that includes the beet, spinach, and mangel-wurzel.
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Hepatoprotective activity of Chenopodium album Linn.
The leaves of Chenopodium album were cleaned and used for maceration.
61 Anthemis tinctoria 1 Anthriscus sylvestris 1 A triplex prostrata 2 2 Brassica campestris 5 9 Capsella bursa pastoris 1 Centaurea cyanus 2 3 Cerastium arvense 3 Cerastium holosteoides 15 Chelidonium majus 38 Chenopodium album 69 479 544 Chenopodium glaucum 7 Erodium cicutarium 1 Fallopia convolvulus 8 31 Fumaria officinalis 2 Galeopsis ladanum 1 Galeopsis tetrahit/speciosa 9 25 Galium aparine 39 Galium spurium 1 Geranium pusillum 4 Lamium album 1 Lamium purpureum 1 Lapsana communis 2 Polygonum aviculare 29 Polygonum lapathifolium 12 237 Polygonum sp.
Ontogeny of the inflorescence in Chenopodium album.
Chenopodium album prevents progression of cell growth and enhances cell toxicity in human breast cancer cell lines.
However, Convolvulus arvensis, Cynodon dactylon, Agropyron repenc, Chenopodium album and Setaria viridis were the most commonly occurring species, dominating the weed population in the experimental site (Table 8).
It is the same with report of Alternaria alternata on Chenopodium album, the fungus produced obclavate to obpyriform conidia with a short conical or cylindrical apical beak not exceeding one third of the conidial length, or beakless, smooth walled or verruculose, slightly constricted with 3-8 transverse septa, the lower part each portion had one or two longitudinal septa [17].
Amaranthus retroflexus, Chenopodium album and Portulaca oleracea weeds were observed in all three repetitions thus considered as dominant weeds.
18 weed species were identified, among which the species of Chenopodium album, barnyard grass (Echinochloa crus galli), Solanum nigrum, Convulvulus arvensis were in both regions, and Taj rizi and khorfeh just exist in region of Karaarej dominantly.