Pisum sativum


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Noun1.Pisum sativum - plant producing peas usually eaten fresh rather than driedPisum sativum - plant producing peas usually eaten fresh rather than dried
genus Pisum, Pisum - small genus of variable annual Eurasian vines: peas
pea plant, pea - a leguminous plant of the genus Pisum with small white flowers and long green pods containing edible green seeds
garden pea - the flattened to cylindric inflated multi-seeded fruit of the common pea plant
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Identification and characterization of cultivar-specific 22-kDa heat shock proteins from mitochondria of Pisum sativum.
Por lo tanto, el objetivo del presente trabajo fue determinar el porcentaje de integridad acrosomal en espermatozoides epididimarios de alpaca, utilizando Arachis hypogaea (PNA) y Pisum sativum (PSA), conjugadas con FITC y evaluadas mediante citometria de flujo con sistema analizador de imagenes.
Pea protein is extracted from yellow peas, known as Pisum sativum, and has a typical legume amino acid profile.
Alguns autores consideram Pisum sativum como uma excelente alternativa de padrao interno por possuir um conteudo de DNA que se situa +no meio do valor medio para a maioria dos conteudos de DNA vegetal, podendo, desta forma, ser utilizada para avaliar tanto plantas com um pequeno genoma quanto plantas com um genoma grande (DoLEZEL; BARTOS, 2005).
Peels of Pisum sativum (Pea) and Arachis hypogaea (Peanut) were utilized to investigate their dye removing capacity.
Physiological changes in Triticum durum, Zea mays, Pisum sativum and Lens esculenta cultivars, caused by irrigation with water contaminated with microcystins: a laboratory experimental approach.
The exact origin of our garden pea, Pisum sativum, is unclear.
Hydroastivum P and Crodasone P are both derived from the superfood Pisum sativum or "pea" that is popular for its high protein content, unique assortment of phyto-nutrients and antioxidant properties.
Induction of several antioxidant enzymes in the selection of a salt-tolerant line of Pisum sativum.
Pea protein is derived from the yellow pea, Pisum sativum, a plant that has been a source of food in ancient cultures dating back to 6000 BC.