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Noun1.Fabaceae - a large family of trees, shrubs, vines, and herbs bearing bean podsFabaceae - a large family of trees, shrubs, vines, and herbs bearing bean pods; divided for convenience into the subfamilies Caesalpiniaceae; Mimosaceae; Papilionaceae
rosid dicot family - a family of dicotyledonous plants
legume, leguminous plant - an erect or climbing bean or pea plant of the family Leguminosae
Arachis, genus Arachis - a genus of plants with pods that ripen underground (see peanut)
Brya, genus Brya - genus of prickly shrubs and small trees of the Caribbean region; source of a durable hardwood
Centrolobium, genus Centrolobium - a genus of Centrolobium
Coumarouna, Dipteryx, genus Coumarouna, genus Dipteryx - tropical American trees: tonka beans
genus Hymenaea, Hymenaea - genus of tropical American timber trees
genus Melilotus - Old World herbs: the sweet clovers
genus Swainsona, Swainsona - a genus of Australian herbs and subshrubs: darling peas
genus Trifolium, Trifolium - any leguminous plant having leaves divided into three leaflets
family Mimosaceae, Mimosaceae - family of spiny woody plants (usually shrubs or small trees) whose leaves mimic animals in sensitivity to touch; commonly included in the family Leguminosae
Mimosoideae, subfamily Mimosoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Mimosaceae
genus Physostigma, Physostigma - African woody vines: calabar beans
Caesalpiniaceae, family Caesalpiniaceae - spiny trees, shrubs, or perennial herbs, including the genera Caesalpinia, Cassia, Ceratonia, Bauhinia; commonly included in the family Leguminosae
Caesalpinioideae, subfamily Caesalpinioideae - alternative name in some classification systems for the family Caesalpiniaceae
locust tree, locust - any of various hardwood trees of the family Leguminosae
genus Tamarindus, Tamarindus - widely cultivated tropical trees originally of Africa
family Papilionacea, Papilionaceae - leguminous plants whose flowers have butterfly-shaped corollas; commonly included in the family Leguminosae
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
wild pea - any of various plants of the family Leguminosae that usually grow like vines
bean plant, bean - any of various leguminous plants grown for their edible seeds and pods
order Rosales, Rosales - in some classifications this category does not include Leguminosae
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Cytisine is a plant-based alkaloid found in members of the Fabaceae family.
Family Fabaceae (Pea family), is proven to be a plant that adapts to almost any landscape, through prolific self-seeding is renewable, contributes to critter and people habitats, is a relatively disease free minimal consumer of support resources; and perhaps more importantly, provides profuse spring bloom which inspires all to "dig in the dirt.
The families with most antidiabetic plants were Lamiaceae (6%), Fabaceae (4%) and Rosaceae (4%), and Citrullus colocynthis has the most frequency of use.
We found that a series of Fabaceae medicinal plants, such as Erytbrina variegate Linn, Glycine max (Linn.
With more than 10,000 domesticated and wild species, the Poaceae represent the fifth-largest plant family, following the Asteraceae, Orchidaceae, Fabaceae, and Rubiaceae.
The plant is a Fabaceae family plant and is known in English as velvet bean and in Bengali as alkushie.
commonly known as carvao-vermelho-verdadeiro (true-red-charcoal) or balsaminho (little Balsam), belongs to the Fabaceae family.
Dicots, Fabaceae (subfamily Faboideae) through Zygophyllaceae (Revised Ed.
The families characterizing the meadow plots differed from those of the forest; three families (Asteraceae, Fabaceae, and Poaceae) accounted for over 88% of the species in the meadow.
Crop Botanical characteristics Family Nodulation Regime 1: creeping legume 1 Calopogonium caeruleuni Fabaceae Yes 2 Pueraria phaseoloides Fabaceae Yes 3 Stylosanthes gracilis Fabaceae Yes 4 Chamaecrista rotundifolia Fabaceae Yes Regime 2: grass 5 Vetiveria zizanioides Poaceae No 6 Brachiaria ruziziensis Poaceae No Regime 3.