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Related to Medicago: Medicago sativa, Medicago lupulina
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Noun1.Medicago - a genus of herbs that resemble cloverMedicago - a genus of herbs that resemble clover
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
medic, medick, trefoil - any of several Old World herbs of the genus Medicago having small flowers and trifoliate compound leaves
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Keywords: Salinity; Non-invasive micro-test technique; Medicago sativa L.
Current study was conducted at Government College University Botanic Garden, Lahore to examine the effects of Pb and Cd on different growth parameters of a major fodder crop Medicago sativa, and their transfer to a herbivore (rabbit).
International tobacco company Philip Morris International Inc (PMI) (Paris: PM) (NYSE:PM) announced today that Philip Morris Investments BV (PM Investments), an affiliate of PMI, has entered into a funding and cooperation agreement with Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corporation (MTPC), a Japanese pharmaceutical company, to privatise Medicago Inc (Medicago), a Canadian biopharmaceutical company.
Phytoextraction of Au: Uptake, accumulation and cellular distribution in Medicago sativa and Brassica juncea.
29 September 2011 - Canadian vaccines developer Medicago Inc (CVE:MDG) said on Tuesday it had increased the size and closed its private placement offering of 38,462,600 common shares at a price of CAD0.
Nourishing intervention impact with Medicago sativa L (alfalfa) protein extract in chronically undernourished preschool children.
It's called southern spotted burclover and belongs to the genus Medicago that also includes alfalfa, buttonclover, black medic, and other leguminous cover crops.
Objective: "The Eurasian genus Medicago is best known for the perennial species M.
Key words: Onobrychis, SSR transferability, Medicago truncatula, Phaseolus vulgarisINTRODUCTION