family Fabaceae


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Synonyms for family Fabaceae

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Indigofera, commonly known as indigo, is a member of the legume family Fabaceae (Leguminosae), subfamily Papilionoideac, tribe Indigoferinae (Schrire, 1995).
The presence of Oncideres germari is indicated as a new urban plague of trees of the family Fabaceae.
Isoflavonoids are occasionally found in widely different land plants, including bryophytes and gymnosperms, but are mainly found within the legume family Fabaceae (Dewick, 1994: table 5.
Oncideres ocularis Thomson, 1868 is a potential threat to forest plantations of the family Fabaceae, such as black wattle (Acacia meanrsii De Wild.
The systematic attempt based upon multiple parameters of the selected medicinal plants of family Fabaceae showed a lot of variations.
The present studies give the complete and comprehensive systematic and phytochemical description of the species studied and compare/determine the intraspecific relationship and patterns of variation associated with the anatomical and palynological features/characteristics among the studied taxa of family Fabaceae.
2003) observed seven types of stomata (anisocytic, amphianisocytic, axillocytic, anomotetracytic, actinocytic, diacytic and staurocytic) in the members of family Fabaceae.
belonging to the family Fabaceae, locally known as Kanchan, Rakta Kanchan etc.
Senna alata belongs to the family Fabaceae and is a shrub of 3-4 m at all.
Trifolium pratense L, red clover, family Fabaceae, subfamily Papilionaceae
Trigonella foenum-graecum L, fenugreek, family Fabaceae
Acacia melanoxylon of the Family Fabaceae (Leguminosae)
Motschulsky (1860) Family Campanulaceae Tall bellflower (Campanula Vaurie (1948); Wildermuth & americana) Gates (1920) Family Fabaceae Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) Ellsbury & Baker (1988); Folsom (1909); Lintner (1881); Vaurie (1948); Wildermuth & Gates (1920) White sweet clover (Melilotus alba) Vaurie (1948) Yellow sweet clover (Melilotus Vaurie (1948) officinalis) Bur clover (Melilotus hispida) Vaurie (1948) Crimson clover (Trifolium Baker & Ellsbury (1989); incarnatum) Ellsbury & Baker (1988); Ellsbury (1990); Pemberton et al.
Bowdichia nitida, Bowdichia virgilioides, Diplotropis purpurea and Diplotropis racemosa of the Family Fabaceae (Leguminosae).