Halogeton

Halogeton is a plant genus of the family Amaranthaceae. The genus name, Halogeton, derives from the Greek words for `salt` and for `neighbor.` The genus Halogeton includes both annual and perennial species. The leaves are fleshy cylindrical, terminating in a persistent or caducous bristle. There are three to several flowers in the axil of each...
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halogeton

[n] - a coarse annual herb introduced into North America from Siberia
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Halogeton

A genus of plants (family Chenopodiaceae) on range lands in the western U.S. And other arid regions of the world; it causes poisoning in cattle and sheep because of the presence of soluble oxalates. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Halogeton

the genus and common name for a poisonous annual weed, belonging to the amaranth family (Amaranthaceae), native to southwestern Siberia and ... [1 related articles]
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Halogeton

Type: Term Pronunciation: hal-ō-jē′tŏn Definitions: 1. A genus of plants (family Chenopodiaceae) on range lands in the western U.S. and other arid regions of the world; it causes poisoning in cattle and sheep because of the presence of soluble oxalates.
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