Lathyrus


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Seeds of Lathyrus sativus are the part consumed by the poor households of Bangladesh; at times of food scarcity, the poverty-stricken people of Talbunia village were observed to consume the leaves as well.
Most of the 160 varieties of lathyrus (I love a bit of Latin) like to reach for the sky, but their dwarf (about 12ins) cousins are perfect in pots or hanging baskets.
Lathyrus pusillus Elliott (Low peavine; TAC 4301) is a native legume that occurs in sandy and silty soils mostly in the southern one-half of Texas and the Edwards Plateau (Diggs et al.
Indeed, I was once told that if you had not had a sweet pea named after you by the time you reached 40 then you could count yourself a failure, although that was hardly the case with Cromwell who was long dead before Lathyrus odoratus arrived in Europe from North America.
beta]-ODAP is a neurotoxin that is found in the Lathyrus satvius seeds, commonly known as the grass pea.
Thirteen chapters focus on specific crops, including grasspea, lathyrus, bambara groundnut, the Andean lupin, quinoa, chenopodium, and cocoyam.
It may, therefore, come as a surprise that the sweet pea, Lathyrus odoratus, is a relative newcomer to these shores, arriving as late as 1699.
Campbell, a retired Lathyrus breeder at Agriculture Canada's research station in Morden, Manitoba.
IN the same family as the sweet pea, Lathyrus odoratus, this is one of the delights of the early spring.
Tenders are invited for Tender For Supply Of Lentil, Lathyrus And Arhar Fresh Seed
10:24-34 are interpreted as reflecting the military campaign of Ptolemy Lathyrus in 103-101 B.
Caesalpinia eriostachys, Myrospermum frutescens, and Lathyrus vernus [3,13].
The original's name is Lathyrus odoratus 'Matucana', grown by the Sicilian monk Francis Cupani.
Several other members are Melilotus, Copaiva, Physostigma, Lathyrus, Indigo, Chrysarobin urn, Trifolium repens, Robinia, and Mimosa pudica.