Medicago lupulina


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Related to Medicago lupulina: Medicago falcata, black medick, Lesser Trefoil
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Noun1.Medicago lupulina - prostrate European herb with small yellow flowers and curved black podsMedicago lupulina - prostrate European herb with small yellow flowers and curved black pods; naturalized in North America
medic, medick, trefoil - any of several Old World herbs of the genus Medicago having small flowers and trifoliate compound leaves
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Rhizobial symbiosis effect on the growth, metal uptake, and antioxidant responses of Medicago lupulina under copper stress.
And when I say wacky, imagine agreeing to let your son plant a field, right by the road, with a common yard weed called black medic (Medicago Lupulina) for the entire weed-free-fields-are-morality neighborhood to see!
One of the Fabaceae species, Medicago lupulina, was identified at the International Centre for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA) in Dubai.
1 Paronychia muschleri 1 Paronychia mandoniana Medicago lupulina 1 Gamochaeta americana 1 Hypochaeris meyeniana 1 1 Geranium sessiliflorum 1 1 Cyperus seslerioides 1 1 1 Lachemilla pinnata 1 Cerastium glomeratum 1 1 Stellaria weddellii 1 Nassella pubiflora 2 Gomphrena meyeniana 1 Bidens andicola 2 2 1 1 Hypochaeris chillensis 1 1 1 1 Galium hypocarpium 1 1 1 Astragalus micranthellus Erigeron pazensis Achyrocline alata Quinchamalium procumbens Chersodoma jodopappa Argyrochosma nivea Baccharis caespitosa Astragalus garbancillo Caiophora rosulata Gnaphalium sp.
Roedd y blodyn menyn yn amlwg iawn a'r dail arian a hefyd y blodyn bach hefo'r blodau bach melyn sy'n perthyn i deulu'r pys - y maglys du (Medicago lupulina; Black Medick).
Plot III was largely characterized by introduced species, with Medicago lupulina accounting for over 70% of the stems.
Epipactis atrorubens (#) S 1 (0.2) 2 (0.2) Epipactis helleborine (#) S Erucastrum gallicum 1 (0.1) Erysimum cheiranthoides R Festuca pratensis CSR 4 (0.4) Festuca rubra CSR 1 (0.1) Galium album Leucanthemum vulgare C/CSR Medicago lupulina R/SR Medicago sativa C/CSR Medicago x varia C/CSR Melilotus albus CR Orchis militaris (#) S/SR Orthilia secunda Pastinaca sativa 2 (0.2) Pilosella officinarum S/CSR 2 (0.2) Pilosella sp.
ballus larvae Geographical Family areas Leguminosae Subfamily Iberian Papilionoidea Plant species Peninsula Tribe Astragaleae Erophaca baetica 4,5,6,7,10,12 Lens culinaris new Tribe Trifolieae Trifolium cherleri 4,6,5,7,10,12 Medicago lupulina 12 M.
Black medic, Medicago lupulina, is being used in Montana as a nitrogen source in small grain cropping systems.
Though 10 exotic species were found during the present study, only Melilotus alba (white sweet clover) and Medicago lupulina (black medic) were encountered in the plots, both with low IVs (Table 1).
(1975); Medicago hispida: Valencia et al., (1975); Medicago lupulina: Valencia et al.