Medicago sativa


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Noun1.Medicago sativa - important European leguminous forage plant with trifoliate leaves and blue-violet flowers grown widely as a pasture and hay cropMedicago sativa - important European leguminous forage plant with trifoliate leaves and blue-violet flowers grown widely as a pasture and hay crop
alfalfa - leguminous plant grown for hay or forage
medic, medick, trefoil - any of several Old World herbs of the genus Medicago having small flowers and trifoliate compound leaves
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Ethanolic extract of Medicago sativa plants exhibits estrogen like activity, increases serum total proteins and decreases serum total cholesterol in immature female rats.
Medicago Sativa is a Leguminous plants and rich of protein, calcium and kinds of vitamins.
Karyotypic analysis of N-banded chromosomes of diploid alfalfa: Medicago sativa ssp.
Defoliation-induced changes in abundance and immuno-localization of VSPs in taproots of Medicago sativa.
Defoliation-induced changes in abundance and immuno-localization of vegetative storage proteins in taproots of Medicago sativa.
Effects of the previous shoot removal frequency on subsequent shoot regrowth in two Medicago sativa L.
2000), Brassica compestris (Grevstad and Klepetka, 1992), Medicago sativa (Rebolledo et al.
Width of the pollen ranged from the smallest 12um in Melilotus alba to largest50um in Medicago sativa (Table-2).
Effect of cutting and bronamid herbicide on growth and seed yield of alfalfa Medicago sativa L.
Las especies mencionadas son caracteristicas de la region fitogeografica Chaquena, por el contrario, la presencia de polen de especies exoticas fue muy bajo, el mas notable fue Medicago sativa L.
Medicarpin and millepurpan were extracted and purified from Medicago sativa leaf extracts as previously described (Gatouillat et al.