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goosefoot

several plants of the family Chenopodiaceae.
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Influence of leaf extract of nettle leaf goosefoot (Chenopodium murale L.
Root-mediated allelopathic interference of nettle leaf goosefoot (Chenopodium murale L.
At mid-elevational ponderosa grassland sites, western wheatgrass and goosefoot species exhibited compositional shifts.
Food items recovered from the coprolites with the highest caloric values (Table 3) are prickly pear seeds (289 kcal), after they have been ground to a pulp in what is called "queso de tuna" (Winkler, 1982), goosefoot seeds (195 kcal), mustard seeds (469 kcal), birds (294 kcal), and rabbits (166 kcal).
With the addition of goosefoot seeds (195 kcal), another bird, and "queso de tuna" (289 kcal) the lowest energy intake is 1672 kcal.
Thus, mainly due to the higher caloric values, protein content, and fat content of birds, rabbits, mustard seeds, goosefoot seeds, and larger meat products not observed in the coprolites, along with the supplement of other less energy-sufficient dietetic items, the inhabitants of Baker Cave probably received sufficient energy.
Louis, Missouri Forage - Salt Lake City, Utah Fore Street - Portland, Maine Frances - San Francisco, California Girasol - Studio City, California Girl & the Goat - Chicago, Illinois goosefoot - Chicago, Illinois Gracie's - Providence, Rhode Island Grove - Grand Rapids, Michigan The Grove - Delray Beach, Florida Gwynnett St.
Plants of the goosefoot family, identified by this Chenopodium-type pollen, can indicate a nutrient-rich muddy environment such as would be generated by grazing animals (R.
Morgan Library, and she is the author of the previously published book Dandelion, Pokeweed, and Goosefoot .
She has written Dandelion, Pokeweed, and Goosefoot, a book on the plants brought to this country by the early settlers, as well as the plants found here and used for food, medicine, and household uses.
The complete list of winners, which includes Eleven Madison Park in New York City, goosefoot in Chicago, and La Belle Vie in Minneapolis, spans 28 states, including Alaska and Hawaii.
Three restaurants-Acadia, Goosefoot, and Mexique-earned their first one Michelin star distinctions, a significant culinary accomplishment.