Lotus corniculatus


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Noun1.Lotus corniculatus - European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in AmericaLotus corniculatus - European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America
genus Lotus, Lotus - annual or perennial herbs or subshrubs
subshrub, suffrutex - low-growing woody shrub or perennial with woody base
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2013), but promoted shoot development and multiplication in Lotus corniculatus (Nikolic et al.
umbellata, Eucalyptus globulus, Rhamnus frangula, Jasione montana, Lotus corniculatus, Pinuspinaster, Prunus spinosa-t.
Although Legumes as fodder crop are more sensitive to salinity than Poaceae, use of salt resistant plants such as some perennial and annual legumes (for example Medicago sativa, Lotus corniculatus, Trifolium alexandrinum) offer an opportunity to reduce the feed shortages associated with soil salinity and to improve the productivity of salt-affected land.
Flow cytometry analysis showed an increase in the percentage of cells in sub GOG1 phase confirming that Lotus corniculatus lectin induced apoptosis.
Briza), Calamagrostis viridiflavens (Cavir), Eragrostis lugens (Erlug), Hipoxis decumbens (Hidec), Vulpia australis (Vulau), Lolium multiforum (Lomul), Lotus corniculatus (Locor), Paspalum plicatulum (Papli), Trifolium repens (Trrep) e Setaria vaginata (Sevag).
Effect of condensed tannins in Lotus corniculatus upon the digestion of methionine and cystine in the small intestine of sheep.
Evaluacion de adaptacion y compatibilidad de 10 gramineas para clima frio asociadas con Lotus corniculatus en Mosquera, Cundinamarca.
rigidum, Medicago sativa, Dactylis glomerata, Lotus corniculatus and Cynodon dactylon) were tested for their ability to establish themselves at different soil fertilization levels.
In Lotus corniculatus, fruits that survived a round of natural abortion yielded more seeds and offspring with superior early growth compared to fruits matured after random experimental "abortion" (Stephenson and Winsor 1986).
Hairy root cultures, roots transformed by Agrobacteriurn rhizogenes, have been useful in studying the regulation of proanthocyanidin biosynthesis, in particular the study of 3-hydroxy flavanone reductase (flavan-3,4-diol or dihydroflavonol reductase) in Lotus corniculatus (Carron et al.
Variation in both space and time has been documented in Justicia simplex (Jain and Joshi 1962), Cirsium palustre (Mogford 1974), Polygala vulgaris (Lack and Kay 1987), and Lotus corniculatus (Compton et al.