Vicia faba

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  • noun

Synonyms for Vicia faba

Old World upright plant grown especially for its large flat edible seeds but also as fodder

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When I, as a reader, adopt the full-fledged fictionalizing stance, I accept that the FABA and IA exist and are separated.
2000, "Effect of cooking on antinutritional factors and in vitro protein digestibility (IVPD) of faba bean grown with different nutritional methods," Food Chem.
The definitive host for the trematode C faba includes both passeriform and galliform species, and infection has been reported in birds in Europe, Asia, and the Americas (North, Central, and South).
Effects of Extrusion and Traditional Processing Methods on Antinutrients and in Vitro Digestibility of Protein and Starch in Faba and Kidney Beans.
In addition, the paragraphs dedicated to Guido Faba, Guittone d'Arezzo (his epistolary), Brunetto Latini (Il Tresor), Il novellino, and Marco Polo are accurately and soberly described.
In the first of five volumes, scientists from Australia, North America, Asia, and Africa explain the genetic resources of grain legumes and how they are being used to improve yields, reduce disease, resist pests, and alter other agronomic traits of the mostly widely grown and consumed legumes: the common bean, pea, pigeonpea, cowpea, faba bean, chickpea, lentil, lupin, mung bean, and azuki bean.
Legumes, such as peas and faba (also known as fava) beans, are rich sources of carbohydrates and proteins for humans and animals.
These features were reported in Trifolium pratense (Heslop-Harrison & Heslop-Harrison, 1983), Vicia faba (Lord & Heslop-Harrison, 1984), Glycine max (Tilton et al.
Today, the UK is one the world's leading producers and exporters of faba beans and marrowfat peas, as well as the world's biggest importers of white beans which are manufactured into iconic Baked Beans in tomato sauce.
The legumes are European common beans, peas, chickpeas (garbanzo beans) faba (fava, broad) beans, cowpeas, lentils, pigionpeas, peanuts, the Asian vigna, grass peas, and horsegram.
Appearing tonight at The Public in West Bromwich, expect sketches, song and dance, including FABA, their rather inept ABBA tribute act.
The three women present sketches and songs, including their Abba tribute act, FABA.
L-Dopa deriving from the beans of Vicia faba and Mucuna pruriens as a remedy for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.