Leguminosae


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Leguminosae

[lə‚gyüm·ə′nō·sē]
(botany)
The legume family of the plant order Rosales characterized by stipulate, compound leaves, 10 or more stamens, and a single carpel; many members harbor symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria in their roots.
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0,15 Gentianaceae Schultesia benthamiana Klotzsch 0,15 Leguminosae ex Griseb.
An index for the tree species of the family Leguminosae in Mexico.
95 ha (21,4%), la familia Leguminosae en 1614,61 ha (12,4%) y la familia Rubiaceae en 388,35 ha (3%).
2013), tomadas en su mayoria de APG version III; sin embargo la familia Leguminosae es tomada como tal por The Plant List y la publicacion de APG III considera Fabaceae como nom.
Quercus suber) with Cistaceae shrubs and Leguminosae and riparian vegetation (Populus/Salix) associated to them (table 3).
The obtained biomass from both Leguminosae and Brachiaria was rubbed and sent to the plant rows.
With the goal of checking the stigma morphological diversity in Leguminosae and to evaluate the criteria used in the main classifications of stigma, we compared the stigma morphology in 15 distinct legume lineages.
La familia Leguminosae presento el mayor numero de especies con 58, seguida de Convolvulaceae con ocho, Sterculiaceae con dos y las familias Arecaceae, Asteraceae, Boraginaceae, Malvaceae y Tiliaceae con una especie.
We chose a Leguminosae that was known for the digestive symptoms that Chris had experienced: Robinia pseudoacacia in a 200C potency.
Organization is in three major sections addressing climate change and abiotic stress factors; methods to improve crop productivity; and species-specific case studies (graminoids, leguminosae, and rosaceae).