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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Extractos de humus liquido en la germinacion de Medicago sativa, Lepidum sativum y Raphanus sativus
Medicago sativa as a source of secondary metabolites for agriculture and pharmaceutical industry.
La alfalfa (Medicago sativa L), en sus diversas variedades, es una de las especies leguminosas mas cultivadas e importantes para la alimentacion del ganado y la produccion de cuyes y conej os, tanto por la cantidad de forraje obtenido por superficie cultivada, como por su valor nutritivo.
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.), belongs to Fabaceae family and is a perennial, herbaceous, and deeply rooted forage crop with wide range of adaptability.
PICART, 1972 Observations preliminaries sur la biologie d' Osmia (Chalcosmia) carulescens L., (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae), pollinisatrice de la luzerne (Medicago sativa L.).
y Medicago sativa. Se puede concluir que sobre el muestreo realizado en el noroeste de la provincia de Cordoba las fuentes nectariferas provienen principalmente de especies nativas.
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is a plant from the Fabaceae family whose culture is mainly intended to cattle feeding.
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., 2002).
Effects of microcystins on protein phosphatases were found in Medicago sativa L.
However cheaper and renewable materials have been used for the removal of metals from effluents which include biomasses like nipa palm, Manihot esculenta Crantz, sea weed, and Medicago sativa [4-7].
Effects of salinity and drought stress on germination, biomass and growth in three varieties of Medicago sativa L.