lamb's-quarters

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lamb's-quarters:

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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The effect of sunflower leaf extracts on Chenopodium album in wheat fields in Pakistan.
Variation of seed heteromorphism in: Chenopodium album and the effect of salinity stress on the descendants.
Antinociceptive activity of the methanol extract of Chenopodium album whole plants was examined using previously described procedures (Shanmugasundaram and Venkataraman, 2005).
Phytoextraction capacity of the Chenopodium album L.
Chenopodium album and Vitis trifolia are nutritious and edible wild weeds found in India [5-6].
600 Field violet/European Viola arvensis 400 field pansy or "wild pansy" Groundsel Senecio vulgaris 100 Lambsquarters Chenopodium album 1600+ Prostrate knotweed Polygonum aviculare 400 Shepherd's purse Capsella bursapastoris 50 TABLE 10-3 Common Annual and Perennial Weeds WEED SPECIES TYPE Annuals Barnyardgrass Echinochloa crus-galli Monocot Cheeseweed mallow * Malva parviflora Dicot Crabgrass Digitaria spp.
Especies caracteristicas: Anagallis arvensis, Chenopodium album, C.
Chenopodium album, the scientific name of lambs quarter, translates to "white goose foot" and refers to both the white mealy covering and the leaves' resemblance to the webbed foot of a goose.
lapathifolia, y entre sus caracteristicas entran Chenopodium album y Amaranthus retroflexus, ademas de un paquete de companeras que en absoluto se han visto en la Cypero-Bidentetum frondosae como Dittrichia viscosa, Tussilago farfara, Plantago sempervirens o Artemisia vulgaris.
Individuals of the annual plant species Abutilon theophrasti, Chenopodium album, and Polygonum pensylvanicum were grown from locally field-gathered seed in controlled greenhouse conditions across gradients of light, nutrients, and water.