Legumen


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Le`gu´men

    (lė`gū´mĕn)
n.1.Same as Legume.
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The ultrastructural details for Isognomon legumen and Pinctada margaritifera, illustrated by Esteban-Delgado et al.
were accumulated at new shoots during the autumn indicating a developmental pattern different from the legumen seed lectins.
1819) Mediterranean mussel Ostrea edulis (Linnaeus, 1758) European flat oyster Pharus legumen (Linnaeus, 1758) Bean solen Ruditapes decussatus (Linnaeus.
Herbae postrato-pulvinatae, villoso-pubescens; stipulae amplexicaules, pubescentes; foliola 1517, elliptica obtusa; flores solitarii, parvi, violacei, calyx 5 mm; vexillum ultra unguem subcirculatum, 8-9 mm longum; legumen 3 x 2 mm, subglobosum, apiculatum; margo dorsalis ad basim inflexus, angustissimus, membranaceus, insconspicuus, 0,5 mm latus; semina 1 vel 2, reniformia.
Effect of simultaneous inoculation of Azospirillum fixation of two legumen using the N-isotope diluation technique (IDT) and the different method (DM).
legumen MLP= 5807; 5830; 5976; 5981; 6021; 6483; 6585; 6593; 6669; 6684; 11792; 60011.
triticum autem, hordeum, legumen et vinum abundanter, Ibid.
Legume is derived from the Latin term Legumen defining seeds harvested in pods.
ISSS, 1998 ** Unas seis Poaceas durante la epoca colonial, y legumen los ultimos 35 anos.