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investigation of the fatty oil from the seeds of the amaranthus retroflexus

Lewis Samuel Miller

investigation of the fatty oil from the seeds of the amaranthus retroflexus

by Lewis Samuel Miller

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mounted photographs.,
  • Oils and fats.,
  • Amaranths.,
  • Seed products.

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    Statementby Lewis Samuel Miller.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages14
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    Open LibraryOL17942137M

    Monoecious; stem stout, erect, usually branched, to 2 m; plant scurfy-villous in and for some distance below the infl; lvs long-petioled, ovate or rhombic-ovate, usually hairy beneath at least along the veins, to 10(15) cm in well developed plants; principal infl a terminal panicle of several or many short, densely crowded, obtuse spike-like thyrses, the whole cm; similar but . The oil fractions of Amaranthus caudatus L. and Amaranthus cruentus L. seeds were studied after different treatments of the seeds. The oil contents were and % for .

    PDF | When in competition with cotton, Amaranthus retroflexus can cause high yield losses. Due to the limited availability of selective herbicides | Find, read and cite all the research you. Fatty acids profile of Amaranthus hybridus seed oil highlighted oleic and linoleic acids as major fatty acids with amounts of and ± %, respectively. All these interesting characteristics should arouse attention for the usage of Amaranthus hybridus seed oil in food and pharmaceutical industries.

    datasets have provided data to the NBN Atlas for this species.. Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species like Amaranthus retroflexus L. 1. Introduction. The genus Amaranthus includes approximately 60 species growing in many areas of the world. Amaranth has been consumed for centuries as a green leafy vegetable, grain or used for ornamental purposes. Amaranthus is a gluten-free pseudocereal, also containing various valuable constituents and from these points of view it is attractive as a raw material for foods Cited by:


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Investigation of the fatty oil from the seeds of the amaranthus retroflexus by Lewis Samuel Miller Download PDF EPUB FB2

AN INVESTIGATION OF THE FATTY OIL FROM THE SEEDS OF THE AMARANThUS RETROFLEXUS INTRODUCT ION Vegetable oils have always played an essential role in the diet of man, besides being an important raw ma- terial in many industries.

The demand for these oils increases with the population and through the discovery of new uses for them. In order to meet. Amaranthus retroflexus is a species of flowering plant in the family Amaranthaceae with several common names, including red-root amaranth, redroot pigweed, red-rooted pigweed, common amaranth, pigweed amaranth, and common tumbleweed.

3 Use as fodder. 5 External links. Amaranthus retroflexus, true to one of its common names, forms a tumbleweed Family: Amaranthaceae. products new description - Similar in all uses as Amaranthus hypchondriacus; this species has black seeds.

One of the more important food plants of Native Americans in the past. This is a much under-utilized weed of cultivated fields and disturbed ground (can be invasive).

Packet(standard): $; 1/8 oz: $; 1/4 oz: $; 1/2 oz: $; 1 oz: $ - 25. Amaranthus retroflexus Common name(s): Red-Root or Common or Pigweed Amaranth, Red-Root Pigweed, Common Tumbleweed and others Synonyme(s): N/A Family: Amaranthaceae Origin: North America and naturalized in other regions More infos: N/A Amaranthus retroflexus + Mercurialis annua.

In this chapter, amaranth seed oil composition will be presented. The main component of this oil is triacylglycerols (TAGs). TAGs are composed of fatty acids, which have an important effect on oil stability, application, and nutritional properties.

POL, PLL, POO, OLL, and LOO are the predominant TAGs in the amaranth seed oil. Linoleic acid (C), oleic acid (C), and Author: Parisa Nasirpour-Tabrizi, Sodeif Azadmard-Damirchi, Javad Hesari, Zahra Piravi-Vanak.

Amaranthus retroflexus is a ANNUAL growing to m (3ft). It is hardy to zone (UK) 4 and is frost tender. It is in flower from July to September, and the seeds ripen from August to October. The species is monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and is pollinated by Wind.

The plant is self-fertile. Sharon M. Gwaltney-Brant, in Veterinary Toxicology (Third Edition), Amaranthus spp. The pigweed family includes several different species capable of producing toxicosis, but Amaranthus retroflexus is the species most commonly associated with disease in domestic animals (Burrows and Tyrl, ).Renal injury from pigweed has been reported in pigs, cattle and sheep.

Amaranthus retroflexus, Common Amaranth leaves and flower seed stalks (Photo By: AnRo / Wikimedia Commons) Amaranth(Genus: Amaranthus) is a genus of plants native to The Americas, Africa, Asia, and Europe.

It is a primary food source in all these places because it can grow in many soil types, and most if not all members of the genus have edible leaves, roots. Squeeze 3 drops of amaranth oil into the palm of one hand and rub your hands together in a circular motion to spread the amaranth oil over them.

Gently massage the oil into your face using a circular motion, keeping your eyes closed. Make sure you cover your entire face with the oil. It will soak into your skin quickly.

Biology and Ecology Top of page. retroflexus is an annual that reproduces solely by seed. It is a prolific seed producer, with single vigorous plants capable of producing betweenandseeds (Stevens, ).Seed production declines beneath crop canopies where light is limited (McLachlan et al., ).Germination requirements and dormancy patterns are highly.

Amaranthus, collectively known as amaranth, is a cosmopolitan genus of annual or short-lived perennial amaranth species are cultivated as leaf vegetables, pseudocereals, and ornamental of the Amaranthus species are summer annual weeds and are commonly referred to as pigweed.

Catkin-like cymes of densely packed flowers grow in summer or : Tracheophytes. Amaranth, (genus Amaranthus), genus of 60–70 species of flowering plants in the family Amaranthaceae, distributed nearly worldwide.

Several amaranth species are useful as food crops and are grown both for their leaves and for their edible seeds, which are a nutritious pseudocereal (nongrass seeds used like cereal grains). A number of species. Amaranthus retroflexus Linnaeus, Sp.

2: Redroot pigweed, redroot amaranth, wild-beet amaranth, rough pigweed, common amaranth Amaranthus retroflexus var. salicifolius I. Johnston.

Plants densely to moderately pubescent, especially distal parts of stem and erect, reddish near base, branched in distal part to simple (-2) m. This Amaranthus retroflexus is the Green Pigweed, Rough Pigweed, or Redroot that is the most common of the Pigweed species in the US.

The leaves are all green as is the flower-seed spikes that arise. It can get up to 6 feet high, though it usually is. The Colorado State University Guide to Poisonous Plants database lists trees, shrubs and perennials that can be harmful to animals.

The Poisonous Plant Guide is constructed to enable location of a plant by either knowing the common or botanical name of the plant. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties.

However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are Biological classification: Species.

El beldu (Amaranthus retroflexus) L., ye una especie botánica perteneciente a la familia Amaranthaceae. Ilustración.

Descripción. El beldu ye una yerba añal erecta qu'algama un altor máximu de cerca de 3 metros. Les fueyes son de cuasi 15 cm de llongura nes grandes plantes Clas: Magnoliopsida.

SPECIES: Amaranthus retroflexus FIRE ECOLOGY OR ADAPTATIONS: Rough pigweed seeds are an important part of the seedbank in many habitats, even when plants are almost absent [ 16 ].

As an obligate initial community species, rough pigweed needs bare, disturbed sites in order to establish [ 26, 38 ]. Amaranthus retroflexus é uma espécie de planta com flor pertencente à família Amaranthaceae.

A autoridade científica da espécie é L., tendo sido publicada em Species Plantarum 2: Portugal. Trata-se de uma espécie presente no território português, nomeadamente em Portugal Clado: angiospérmicas.

Amaranthus retroflexus. Green Amaranth Family Amaranthaceae. Use Cooked green, salad green, flour. The leaves can be boiled, steamed, or added raw to a salad.

The seeds can be ground into flour. Description. Growth Form: Coarse weed with stout stem. Grows in. Leaves: Dull green. Oval-shaped on long stalks. Seeds.

Seeds are round, roughly 1/25 to 1/17 of an inch (1– mm) in diameter, glossy, and dark reddish brown to black. Reproduction. Reproduces by seed. Related or similar plants.

Palmer amaranth, Amaranthus palmeri; Smooth pigweed, Amaranthus hybridus; More information. Broadleaf ID illustration; Calflora's distribution map.Amaranthus bulgaricus Kov. Amaranthus johnstonii Kov.

Amaranthus retroflexus f. rubricaulis Thell. Amaranthus retroflexus f. rubricaulis Thell. ex Probst Amaranthus retroflexus var. retroflexus Amaranthus retroflexus var. rubricaulis Thell. Amaranthus texidoris Sennen & Gonzalo Homonyms Amaranthus retroflexus L.

Common names Ackerfuchsschwanz.References [] Primary references []. Linnaeus, C. Species Plantarum, Tomus II: ; Additional references [].

Townsend, C.C. Amaranthaceae. In: Flora of.