Lupinus


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Noun1.Lupinus - herbs or shrubs: lupinLupinus - herbs or shrubs: lupin    
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
lupin, lupine - any plant of the genus Lupinus; bearing erect spikes of usually purplish-blue flowers
Lupinus arboreus, tree lupine - evergreen shrub of the Pacific coast of the United States having showy yellow or blue flowers; naturalized in Australia
Indian beet, Lupinus perennis, old-maid's bonnet, sundial lupine, wild lupine - stout perennial of eastern and central North America having palmate leaves and showy racemose blue flowers
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The carbohydrate composition of cotyledons and hulls of cultivars of Lupinus angustifolius from Western Australia.
The record for seed longevity was thought to be held by a species of lupine, Lupinus arcticus, whose seeds germinated after 10,000 years.
Compuesta principalmente por especies de los generos: Stipa, Festuca, Calamagrostis, Poa, Baccharis, Gentiana, Lupinus, Culcitium, Chuquiraga, Senecio, Tafalla, Perezia, Werneria, Opuntia y Puya (Villiger 1981, Rivera 1985).
The coastal scrub community within BMR is dominated by two shrubs, coyote bush (Baccharis pilularis) and bush lupine (Lupinus arboreus), with L.
A visitor looks at a Lupinus display during the press day for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show
The plants of the genus Lupinus are legumes rich in proteins, fats, complex carbohydrates, and micronutrients that have for centuries been consumed in the Middle East, the Mediterranean Region and the American Andes, a region in which the lupine variety that predominates is L Mutabilis (39).
LUPIN (LUPINUS) THEY are the stalwarts of the cottage garden and among the most popular perennials, their spikes of impressive flowers appear in early summer above clumps of palmate leaves.
This Hartman Capri 4-seater cast garden, set RRP PS899, is currently PS699 at gardenfurnitureworld.co.uk BEST OF THE bunch LUPIN (LUPINUS) THEY are the stalwarts of the cottage garden and among the most popular perennials, their spikes of impressive flowers appear in early summer above clumps of palmate leaves.
D: dominante, S: secundario, I: menor importancia, T: traza y "+": presente, Amb.ar: Ambrosia arborescens, Bac.sp: Baccharis sp., Bra.sp: Brassica sp., Bra: Brassicaceae, Col.sp: Colletia spinosissima, Esc.sp: Escallonia sp., Euc.sp: Eucalyptus sp., Lup.sp: Lupinus sp., Med.sp: Medicago sp., Pru.se: Prunus serotina, Sen.sp: Senecio sp., Tel.mo: Genista monspessulana, Tri.sp: Trifolium sp., Vic.sp: Vicia sp.
Among the species most likely to compete with soybean proteins are legumes of the genus Lupinus [3, 4].