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Definition of the noun fabaceae

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noun - plural: -

  1. a large family of trees, shrubs, vines, and herbs bearing bean pods; divided for convenience into the subfamilies Caesalpiniaceae; Mimosaceae; Papilionaceae

Phrases with Fabaceae

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  2. family fabaceae

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Google previewThe Organic Seed Grower (2012)

A Farmer's Guide to Vegetable Seed Production by John Navazio

The Fabaceae is a very diverse, large family of plants that includes more than 450 genera and over 12,000 species of annuals, biennials, and perennials. The members of this family have traditionally been called legumes. Botanically the term ...

Google previewEdible Medicinal And Non-Medicinal Plants (2012)

Volume 2, Fruits by Lim T. K.

Fabaceae is an economically important plant family. Legumes contribute significantly to the world's economy – through food and drink, pharmaceuticals and medicine, biotechnology, building and construction, textiles, furniture, horticulture, ...

Google previewNaturally Occurring Bioactive Compounds (2006)

The family Fabaceae is the third largest family of flowering Rai and Carpinella ( eds.)...

Google previewBioinoculants (2007)

A Step Towards Sustainable Agriculture by R. P. Gupta, Anu Kalia, Shammi Kapoor

Leguminosae/Fabaceae is a superfamily of dicotyledonous plants, which in species diversity is the third largest family of plants accounting for 5% of Earth's plant biodiversity and make up for more than at least 1 % of the total Earth plant ...

Google previewNitrogen-fixing Leguminous Symbioses (2008)

by Michael J. Dilworth, Euan K. James, Janet I. Sprent, William E. Newton

Thus, the legume family is called Fabaceae by some (mainly in the USA and Australia) and Leguminosae by others. Yet others still retain a division into three families - Caesalpiniaceae, Mimosaceae and Papilionaceae, but the vast amount of ...

Google previewSeeds Handbook (2004)

Processing And Storage by Babasaheb B. Desai

Fabaceae is the second most important food family. consisting of legume food crops or pulses and oil seeds like groundnut. soybean. chickpea. pea. lentil. and beans. These crops contain more protein than cereal seeds. and pulse protein has ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Fabaceae Origins: Origins: Orthographic variant of the generic name Euchilus R. Br. Orthographic variant of Euchilus R. Br. Origins: Origins: From the Greek eu "well" andpyren "a ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Forest Sciences (2004)

by Julian Evans, John A. Youngquist

The Fabaceae (or Leguminosae) is the second largest family of flowering plants. Furthermore, no family, except perhaps the Poaceae, has a wider geographical distribution in a broader range of habitats. Legumes are distributed throughout ...

Google previewDictionary of Alkaloids, Second Edition with CD-ROM (2010)

by John Buckingham, Keith H. Baggaley, Andrew D. Roberts, Laszlo F. Szabo

Alkaloid from Calpurnia aurea, seeds of Lupinus mutabilis, and from cell cultures of Lupinus polyphyllus, detected by glc/ms (Fabaceae). Tigloyl: 13- Tigloyloxylupanine ...

Google previewCRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences (2001)

by Robert Alan Lewis

See, for example, Fabaceae, Phaseolus. 2: the highly nutritive seed of such a plant (def. 1). Beans are usually more or less kidney-shaped or flattened and bom in a pod. Many can be eaten when fresh, dried, or ground into meal. 3: certain ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Fruit and Nuts (2008)

by Jules Janick, Robert E. Paull

Rickett & Stafleu (Fabaceae), is a perennial spreading vine that occurs in eastern North America from New Brunswick to Florida, and west to Manitoba and ...

Google previewThe Cottage Gardeners' Dictionary (1860)

Describing the Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables Desirable for the Garden, and Explaining the Terms and Operations Employed in Their Cultivation : with an Alphabetical List of Synonymes by George William Johnson

[Fabaceae]. Linn.,. 10-Decandria l-illonogyniu.) C. lunceola'ta produces the true Alexandrian senna-leaves; and a variety of this species yields the Indian senna. The lant, however, is a native of Arabia, and from it is obtained the senna of ...

Google previewThe Gardeners' Dictionary (1886)

Enumerating the Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables Desirable for the Garden and Explaining the Terms and Operations Employed in Their Cultivations by George W. Johnson

Leguminous Pant* [Fabaceae]. Linn., \1-Diadelphia 4- Decandria, Allied to Dolichos.) ...

Google previewThe Gardeners' Dictionary, Describing the Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables Desirable for the Garden and Explaining the Terms and Operations Employed in Their Cultivation (1875)

Botanists place the Garden Bean among the Vetches {Vi'ciait but, for practical purposes, we prefer keeping it distinct, under the old name, which now gives the comprehensive designation Fabaceae to this large assemblage of plants.

Google previewRÖMPP Encyclopedia Natural Products, 1st Edition, 2000 (2014)

by Burkhard Fugmann, Susanne Lang-Fugmann, Wolfgang Steglich

is a toxic metabolite from Leguminosae (Fabaceae)' and is also produced by fungi of the genera Penicillium and Aspergillus”. 3-N. occurs in plants both in the free form and as esters with glucose. Glucose esters of 3-N. are also ...

Google previewThe Cottage Gardeners Dictionary; describing the plants, fruits & vegetables desirable for the garden, etc (1857)

by George William Johnson

[Fabaceae]. Linn.,. 16-Manadelphia. 6Decundria. Allied to Spartium.) Low shrubs , all with yellow flowers, good for making quickly an ornamental appearance in a shrubbery. The greenhouse and half-hardy kinds like peat and loam, with a little ...

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Small photo of Afgekia mahidolae Burtt et Chermsir (Fabaceae) , Kan Pai Mahidol is a type of vine , found in Kanchanaburi province, Thailand.Small photo of Dalbergia Cochinchinensis (Fabaceae Magnoliophyta) Young Plant in Black Plastic BagSmall photo of Clitoria ternatea, commonly known as Asian pigeonwings, bluebellvine, blue pea, butterfly pea, cordofan pea and Darwin pea, is a plant species belonging to the Fabaceae family.Small photo of green leaves of saraca declinata fabaceae treeSmall photo of green leaves of saraca declinata fabaceae treeSmall photo of green leaves of saraca declinata fabaceae treeSmall photo of blue lilac flowers of a cloudwort (Lathyrus orathus), belongs to the Fabaceae family More...

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