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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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Por tanto, para aprovechar los recursos vegetales silvestres considerados toxicos pero con alto potencial nutricional en la produccion intensiva de ovinos, el objetivo de esta investigacion fue obtener y caracterizar un ensilado de forraje de Lupinus rotundiflorus (Lr): rastrojo de maiz (rm) en proporcion 75:25 y evaluar la respuesta productiva de borregos alimentados con este ensilado.
The objective of this study was to determine whether plants of Lupinus elegans respond differently to drought, depending on the altitudinal origin of each provenance because this information is needed for adaptive management of restoration under climate change scenarios.
The effects of various processing conditions on a protein isolate from Lupinus angustiolius.
Therefore, the objectives of this research were to determine the concentration of major (K, Na, Mg, Ca), trace (Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn), and toxic (Pb, Cd) elements in dry (raw) and processed white lupin samples using Flame Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (FAAS), to compare the levels of elements found in raw with the processed Lupinus albus and to correlate the levels of the identified elements in raw commercially available white lupin and processed white lupin for multipurpose case.
The short-term effect of fire on Lupinus perennis (L).
En Mexico, las poblaciones naturales de Lupinus crecen en caminos, laderas de cerros, en bosques degradados y en ecosistemas naturales a altitudes que van desde el nivel del mar hasta mas de 4000 m.
3 Efectos de Lupinus meridanus y Pisum sativum sobre la fertilidad del suelo
Seeds extracts of Lupinus bogotensis, Brachiaria humidicola, Amaranthus hypochondriacus, Phaseolus acutifolius, Phaseolus coccineus, Hyptis suaveolens, Centrosema pubescens, and Trifolium repens were evaluated to identify aspartic protease inhibitors.
Other species-rich paramo taxa, such as Valeriana, Gentianella, and Lupinus, are equally fascinating examples of adaptive radiation in the northern Andes (von Hagen & Kadereit, 2001; Bell & Donoghue, 2005; Hughes & Eastwood, 2006).
In situ" phytostabilisation of heavy metal polluted soils using Lupinus luteus inoculated with metal resistant plant-growth promoting rhizobacteria.