10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHENOPOD»
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Approximately 7 per cent (5 000 000 km2) of the total land area of mainland
Australia is occupied by Chenopod shrublands dominated by various annual and
perennial species of the family Chenopodia- ceae. The terminology of these ...
Historical Geography of Crop Plants: A Select Roster
The chenopod family contains over 100 genera and 1500 species of herbs and
shrubs native to nearly the whole world but especially prominent in arid regions
and saline habitats, including salt marshes and the salt-spray zone on sea cliffs.
Archaic Societies: Diversity and Complexity across the ...
At Cold Oak, crop seeds, including chenopod, sumpweed, sunflower, and
maygrass, constitute about 29 percent of all seeds identified from the terminal
Late Archaic component. Both sumpweed and sunflower seeds approach or
exceed the ...
Thomas E. Emerson, Thomas E. Emerson, Dale L. McElrath, Andrew C. Fortier, Dale L. McElrath, 2012
Biodiversity and Environmental Change: Monitoring, ...
Box 11.1: Key discoveries • Rainfall in chenopod and acacia shrubland
environments is highly variable in time, space and intensity. • Regeneration in
chenopod and acacia shrublands requires prolonged rainfall events. • Chenopod
Emma Burns, David Lindenmayer, Andrew Lowe, 2014
Foraging and Farming in the Eastern Woodlands
Feature i Feature 1, with an estimated total of about eight hundred seeds,
consists mainly of fused masses of chenopod, although none is in adequate
condition for measurement or analysis of margin configuration. Many loose seed
coats or ...
Archaeology of Prehistoric Native America: An Encyclopedia
Chenopod leaves were, and still are, gathered as edible greens. They are
delicious both raw and cooked, either alone or combined with other foods in
stews. Individual chenopod plants can produce tens — or even hundreds— of
thousands of ...
Guy E. Gibbon, Kenneth M. Ames, 1998
A Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Ferns
Chenopod. (B). 5 Medit., C. As. H. sativus Moq. (W. Medit.; barilla), formerly burnt
for soda. Halopegia K. Schum. (Clinogyne p.p. BH.). Marant. 4 palaeotrop.
Halopeplls Bunge. Chenopod. (A). 3 Medit., C. As. Halophila Thou. Hydrocharid.
John Christopher Willis, Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw, 1973
People and Plants in Ancient Eastern North America
Erect knotweed and chenopod occur at most Late Woodland sites in Ontario (
Figures 6.13 and 6.14). At Seed-Barker, for example, the two taxa together
represent 7 percent of the carbonized seeds (11 percent, not including maize
Documenting Domestication: New Genetic and Archaeological ...
In the Andes, the genetic and archaeobotanical research necessary to identify
wild progenitor populations and to document where and when initial chenopod
domestication occurred is just beginning. Narrowing down the time and place of ...
Time's River: Archaeological Syntheses from the Lower ...
Starchy seeds from Taylor Mounds include chenopod (227), with many being
notably thin-testa, maygrass (109), knot- weed (45), and little barley (9). Malaina
Brown (1996), who analyzed and re- ported the Taylor Mounds plant remains,
Janet Rafferty, Evan Peacock, 2008
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CHENOPOD»
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4 allergy-friendly high-protein plant-based foods including amaranth …
Referred to as a “chenopod,” quinoa is related to species such as beetroots, spinach and tumbleweeds. In addition to protein, quinoa contains ... «insideTORONTO.com, Jul 15»
Utah forecast: Record heat, high pressure combine to make air …
The Intermountain Allergy & Asthma website listed mold and grass pollen as "high" Wednesday, while chenopod allergens were "moderate.". «Salt Lake Tribune, Jul 15»
Utah forecast: A tiny break from the heat for the Wasatch Front
The Intermountain Allergy & Asthma website listed mold and grass pollen as "high" Tuesday, while chenopod allergens were "moderate.". «Salt Lake Tribune, Jun 15»
Monday Weather: Warm With Afternoon Thunder
Weeds from the Chenopod/Amaranth family are also high. Now that the kids are home for the summer, yard work may be in their future. The yard work forecast is ... «KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News, Jun 15»
Mourners of Ice Age 'Red Lady' May Have Brought Flowers From Afar
"The alternative explanation could be that the Red Lady had chenopod seeds in her stomach at the time of death," Straus said. "There are many ... «NBCNews.com, May 15»
Be prepared: Allergy season is upon us
Even more prevalent are the chenopod amaranths. Those are tumble weeds. They include common names like pigweed and careless weed ... «LubbockOnline.com, Mar 15»
Recipes: Quinoa Two Ways And Stein's Reverse-Engineered …
The Andean chenopod figures into another of Nancy's favorites, a quinoa tabouli from PCC. I liked quinoa very much the first and only time I ... «KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest, Feb 15»
Superfood Combos: Beans and Greens
Other familiar greens come from the chenopod family, such as spinach and Swiss chard. In addition to vitamins and iron, they contain ... «The Epoch Times, Nov 14»
Robert Fulford: Ben Lerner creates worlds within words again with …
When he cooks with quinoa he explains it's “an Andean chenopod.” When tears come into his eyes he records them as “a mild lacrimal event.”. «National Post, Sep 14»
Revenge of the Ragweed
Pigweed, a member of the chenopod family, grows in a field near Downtown Albuquerque. It's one of the pollen-laden plants aggravating ... «Albuquerque Journal, Sep 14»