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Amaranths

Florence Churchill Casebeer

Amaranths

by Florence Churchill Casebeer

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Published by Denrich Press in [Chula Vista, Calif .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] Florence Churchill Casebeer.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3505.A822 A5
The Physical Object
Pagination[15] p.
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6660236M
LC Control Number24000481
OCLC/WorldCa12168618

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  Famous Book Titles Taken from The Bible #1. Absalom, Absalom! by William Faulkner This quotation for Faulkner’s novel comes from the Books of Samuel – more specifically, in 2 Samuel, which is in the Old Testament and relates some of the history of Israel. This book serves the larger community of plant researchers working on the taxonomy, species delimitation, phylogeny, and biogeography of pseudo-cereals, with a special emphasis on amaranths. It also provides extensive information on the nutritive value of underutilized pseudo-cereals, the goal being to broaden the vegetable list.

Get this from a library! Amaranth, from the past for the future. [John N Cole] -- One of the plants that may be able to help solve the crisis of world hunger has been with us ever since the beginning. Cole traces the amaranth from its days in pre-Columbian Central America, in Asia. Similar to quinoa, Amaranth is actually a seed that acts like a grain, with a nutty, slightly earthy flavor. The flavor is mostly mild, which makes it nice for sweet and savory dishes. It is a nutritional powerhouse that continues to grow in popularity, especially as gluten-free diets are being followed more.


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Overview Information Amaranth is a plant. The seed, oil, and leaf are used as food. The entire plant is used to make medicine. Amaranth is used for ulcers, diarrhea, swelling of the mouth or. This book serves the larger community of plant researchers working on the taxonomy, species delimitation, phylogeny, and biogeography of pseudo-cereals, with a special emphasis on amaranths.

It also provides extensive information on the nutritive value of underutilized pseudo-cereals, the goal being to broaden the vegetable : Springer Singapore.

The Amaranth Enchantment Julie Berry, Author. Bloomsbury $ (p) ISBN But the book's main appeal comes from the revelations of many secrets and unexpected twists. Liquid per cup of grain: 2 1/2 – 3 cups How to cook amaranth: Combine amaranth seeds with two and a half cups water in a pot and bring to a heat, cover and simmer for up to 20 minutes, until grains are fluffy and water is absorbed.

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Get this from a library. Amaranthus: a promising crop of future. [Saubhik Das] -- This book serves the larger community of plant researchers working on the taxonomy, species delimitation, phylogeny, and biogeography of pseudo-cereals, with a special emphasis on amaranths.

It also. Amaranths should be planted after the soil has warmed to 20°C or above. Amaranths can be vegetatively propagated from stem cuttings by using commercial rooting hormones.

Finally, there is extensive literature on tissue culture, and in vitro culture as reviewed by Brenner et al. The plants produce single flowers on terminal spikes which typically red to purple in color.

Amaranths can reach up to m ( ft) in height and are usually grown as annuals, harvested after one growing season. Amaranth may also be referred to as Chinese spinach and their origin is unclear due to their worldwide distribution. Amaranthus is also called as Amaranth, Tampala, Tassel Flower, Flaming Fountain, Fountain Plant, Joseph's Coat, Love-lies-bleeding, Molten Flower, Prince's Feather and Summer Poinsettia.

Amaranthus is a broad genus of about 60 species of short-lived herbs that breed mostly in. Amaranth definition, an imaginary, undying flower.

See more. Amaranth is a group of more than 60 different species of grains that have been cultivated for about 8, years. These grains were once considered a staple food in the Inca, Maya and Aztec.

Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages. 4 Grain Amaranths As already mentioned, amaranth is one of the few nongrasses with potential for becoming a cereal-like grain crop.

The main species for this are.Amaranths are both historic and contemporary plants. Few similarly small groups of plants are as complex and diverse, both genetically and taxonomically. Even within one species, the ranges of forms and uses are remarkable: Some amaranths are pretty, and some are plain; some are big, and some are small; and some are weedy, and others aren't.Amaranthus, collectively known as amaranth or pigweed, is a cosmopolitan genus of herbs.

Approximately 60 species are presently recognized, with inflorescences and .