Joseph's coat

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Joseph’s coat

dipped in the blood of a kid and shown to Jacob as proof of Joseph’s death. [O.T.: Gen. 37:31-33]
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All the samples collected for the study belonged to the species Amaranthus hychondriaccus (7029, 7030, 7033, 7034, 7036, 7039 7051, 7058 and 7065) and Amaranthus tricolor (7041, 7043, 7047 and China).
These plants included Coriandrum sativum, Allium cepa, Allium sativum, Nigella sativa, Curcuma longa (various plants parts used as spices, leaves of Allium cepa also eaten as vegetable), Amaranthus tricolor, Colocasia esculenta, Typhonium giganteum, Basella rubra, Spinacia oleracea, Ipomoea aquatica, Cucurbita pepo, Lagenaria siceraria, Cicer arietinum, Corchorus capsularis, Centella asiatica (various plant parts eaten as vegetable), Brassica napus (leaves and stems eaten as vegetable, seed used to extract oil), Momordica charantia, Citrus grandis, Capsicum frutescens (fruits eaten), Cajanus cajan, Lathyrus sativus, and Vigna mungo (seeds boiled and eaten as lentil soup).
1) 50 17 5,70 190 2,1 Amaranthus viridis (2) 150 32 56 670 5,4 Amaranthus hybridus (3) 69,9 69,4 84,8 68,9 24,50 Amaranthus tricolor (4) 239 253 84 433 15,01 Amaranthus cruentus (5) 200 250 380 370 40 Amaranthus dubius (6) 1686 806 347 - 25 Amaranthus spinosus (7) 3931 1166 393 - 32 Amaranthus 1900 590 90 5690 - hipocondriacus (8) Especies Zn Cu nmg/100g biomasa seca Amaranthuss p.
Varieties of Amaranthus tricolor are noted for their brilliant foliage colour.
The annual Amaranthus tricolor produces brilliantly colored foliage from midsummer until frost.