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Noun1.Cicer - chickpea plantCicer - chickpea plant; Asiatic herbs  
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
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Chickpea improvement through genetic analysis and Quantitative Trait Locus (QTL) mapping of Ascochyta blight resistance using wild Cicer species.
The genetic variation in chickpea is limited probably due to its monophyletic descendence from Cicer reticulatum (Abbo et al.
Physicochemical characterization of paper mill leachate and its impact on seedling growth of cicer Arietinum, Jr.
ruficornis es un parasitoide solitario que ataca a Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) en el gandul Cajanus cajan (Linnaeus) y en el garbanzo Cicer arietinum Linnaeus, ambas de la familia Fabaceae; emerge de la larva o de la pupa (Yu et al.
Chickpeas, also known by their Spanish name garbanzos, get their Latin name, Cicer arietinum, from the word for "small ram," which some say describes the shape of the chickpea.
ITALY: De Marigny, Robertson, Canale, Bergamasco, Dallan (Pratichetti, 27), Scanavacca, Troncon, Lo Cicer (Peruginio, 58), Festuccia, Castrogiovanni, Dellape (Bernabo, 70), Bortolami, Sole, Zaffiri (Mandelli, 75), Parisse.
The data available from the annual Cicer world collection indicate that they provide incomplete coverage of the geographical distribution of the taxa and thus probably also of their genetic diversity (Berger et al.
CD cancer / dander CF cicer / filer CH caca / haha CJ coco / Jo Jo (PA) CL cacopathy / lalopathy CN comical / nominal CP crochet / prophet CS calcify / salsify CV calces / valves CE toc-toc / toetoe CG crance / grange CI Concan (TX) / Ionian CK choca / khoka CM codec / modem CO chic / Ohio CR conduce / rondure CT decence / detente CW caca / wawa CY caca / yaya CZ coocoo / zoozoo
Tales relaciones se han observado en distintas especies como alfalfa (Beveridge y Wilsie, 1959), Cicer (Towsend, 1972), Falcatus (Towsend, 1972), trigo (Rogler, 1954; Lafond y Baker, 1986; Gam y Stobbe, 1996) y jute (Bhattacharjee et al.
It is the usually plump, edible seed of the aromatic herb Cicer arietinum.
the only cultivated species of genus Cicer, is the 3rd most important food legume globally.