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lupin

(US), lupine
any leguminous plant of the genus Lupinus, of North America, Europe, and Africa, with large spikes of brightly coloured flowers and flattened pods

lupin

leguminous plant; arouses passion. [Plant Folklore: Boland, 9]

lupin

traditional symbol of voracity. [Plant Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 175]
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Clements JC, White PF, Buirchell BJ (1993) The root morphology of Lupinus angustifolius in relation to other Lupinus species.
5 honeysuckle) Lupinus perennis (wild lupine) * (PT) -- -- -- Lycopus americanus (cut-leaved 2.
Some genera that were restricted to the Austral-Antarctic regions migrated from the south temperate zones along the Andes as they rose from the lowlands, whereas several important herbaceous genera of the Holarctic region, such as Cerastium, Hypochaeris, Draba, and Lupinus arrived to paramo along the northern migration route after formation of the Isthmus of Panama.
The herbaceous layer also changed as Lupinus perennis, Phlox pilosa, and mesic grasses such as Andropogon gerardii declined.
Since its sanctioning as the state's only official flower in March 1901, the bluebonnet, or Lupinus subcarnosus, has grown to be one of the state's most beloved symbols of pride.
Influence of cadmium on soluble carbohydrates, free amino acids, protein content of in vitro cultured Lupinus albus.
Astragalus, Calia, Sophora, and Lupinus, which produce serious economic loss, particularly in the cattle industry because of their toxicity (Lynn, 1983; Lynn and Shupe, 1984).
Lupinus albus (white lupin) seeds grown in Ethiopia and locally known as 'Gibto', is used as roasted bean 'kolo' and to prepare local alcoholic drink 'katikala' and other food products especially in the northwestern part of the country, after debittering by roasting and soaking the seeds in a river/spring water for 3-7 days (Personal communication with the local people).
Item Winter Spring Summer Autumn Fruit and Seed Juniperus ashei 222 38 61 Rhus virens 21 5 Celtis laevigata 4 Quercus fusiformis 5 23 Sorghum halepense 40 60 Cassia Lindheimeriana 20 Diospyros texana 3 Green Foliage Sorghum halepense 8 14 23 20 Bothriochola ischaemum 8 17 28 31 Stipa leucotricha 22 15 2 15 Melilotus albus 28 16 8 Opuntia lindheimeri 5 3 2 4 Croton monanthogynus 1 4 9 Shrankia roemeriana 1 1 Torilis nodosa 19 8 2 Lepidium virginicum 1 2 Houstonia nigricans 4 1 Lupinus texensis 1 Rumex acetosella 4 Abutilon incanum 3 3
Similarly, CE profiles have been used to differentiate the meat species (Cota-Rivas and Vallejo-Cordoba, 1997), Lupinus species (Pollard et al.