leguminous plant

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In this context, the development of a new approach for the protection of stored food stuff based on the use of the natural and edible food substances such as leguminous plants containing entomotoxic proteins would reduce considerably the environmental risks associated with the use of these phytosanitory materials for protection [18].
Our data present the first evidence that some of the same organochlorine pesticides and EDCs known to disrupt endocrine signaling through ERs in exposed wildlife and humans also disrupt the phytoestrogen signaling that leguminous plants use to recruit Sinorhizobium meliloti soil bacteria for symbiotic nitrogen fixation.
Cultivated leguminous plants occur in all periods except the 1st century BC, with a similar distribution of taxa in all periods - perhaps more frequent in the 4th century (TABLE 1).
The bean flower thrips, Megalurothrips usitatus (Bagnall) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), which recently infested southern China, poses an economic threat to a wide range of leguminous plants (Fabales: Fabaceae), especially to snap bean, Phaseolus vulgaris L.
The surfaces covered with leguminous plants cultivated for beans reduced with over 65% due to high costs, during the last decade, the cultivated surface varying between 40-50 thousand ha.
According to SACN, evidence for a diet based on whole grain products, leguminous plants, potatoes, vegetables and fruit was confirmed.
The 15 N-terminal amino acid sequences had some resemblance to those other of protease inhibitors and inhibitor precursors from leguminous plants.
Isolation and Characterization of Agrobacterium rhizogenes from the Root Nodules of Some Leguminous Plants.
In addition, 23 million 620 thousand tons of grain and leguminous plants, of which 6 million 901 thousand tons of wheat were exported since the beginning of 2013/14 marketing year (01/07/2013 - 01/13/2014).
Companion plants for fruits WE KNOW less about companion plants for fruit trees and bushes than for vegetables, but it has been shown that orchards with clover, alfalfa and other leguminous plants growing in the grass do better than those without.
Peas, beans, clover and some other leguminous plants are able to capture free nitrogen from out of the air and, through the efforts of these specializing bacteria, feed an endless supply of nitrogen to the plants.
To assist in this, Morgenthaler suggests spending sunny days outdoors, being active and maintaining a healthy diet including fruits, vegetables and leguminous plants in winter.
2] The bond between those two atoms must be broken to make nitrogen available for use in the biosphere, but nature has only two ways to do that--lightning and the action of rhizobial bacteria on the roots of leguminous plants, which is why those plants had to be grown in rotation with other crops.
It is well known that the cultivation of leguminous plants leads to soil acidification.