Medicago sativa

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Synonyms for Medicago sativa

important European leguminous forage plant with trifoliate leaves and blue-violet flowers grown widely as a pasture and hay crop

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This study was aimed at determining effects of Medicago sativa plants on body and organs weights, serum estradiol, progesterone, total proteins, total cholesterol, the liver and kidney functions in immature female rats.
This research considers use of extracts of three Medicago Sativa, Trigonella Foenum and Carum Carvi plants- traditionally used as a galactogogue in nursing mothers- in dairy cows and study the resulted outcomes.
Constitutive heterochromatin DNA polymorphisms in diploid Medicago sativa ssp.
Raffinose and stachyose accumulation, galactinol synthase expression, and winter injury of contrasting Medicago sativa germplasms.
Amylolytic activity in taproots of diploid and tetraploid Medicago sativa L.
2,3 Cercidium praecox 6,8 54,7 22,3 Geoffroea decorticans 79 6,7 Medicago sativa Mimosa sp.
1A and B) obtained from Medicago sativa leaves on leukemia P388 cells and their resistant counterparts (P388/DOX).
Lucerne seeds Botanical name: Medicago Sativa Physical purity: min.
In addition to the acquisition of desiccation tolerance, another important effect is the reduction of cell damage due to metabolic protection, as shown for Medicago sativa somatic embryos (SREEDHAR et al.
2011) evaluated the effects of different concentrations of MCs on the development of symbiosis between Medicago sativa L.
Although Legumes as fodder crop are more sensitive to salinity than Poaceae, use of salt resistant plants such as some perennial and annual legumes (for example Medicago sativa, Lotus corniculatus, Trifolium alexandrinum) offer an opportunity to reduce the feed shortages associated with soil salinity and to improve the productivity of salt-affected land.
Effects of salinity and drought stress on germination, biomass and growth in three varieties of Medicago sativa L.