Lupinus albus

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Noun1.Lupinus albus - white-flowered Eurasian herb widely cultivated for forage and erosion controlLupinus albus - white-flowered Eurasian herb widely cultivated for forage and erosion control
lupin, lupine - any plant of the genus Lupinus; bearing erect spikes of usually purplish-blue flowers
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Lupinus albus L., commonly known as white lupin, and Lupinus angustifolius L., commonly known as the narrow-leafed lupin or blue lupin, members of the Fabaceae family, are two plant species described as nutraceuticals.
The seeds of traditional varieties contain substantial amounts of alkaloids (5-20 g kg-1 DM; Guillaume et al., 1987) that can reduce intakes (Kung et al., 1991), but newer varieties of sweet lupin have low alkaloid contents (less than 0.05% DM), especially sweet white lupin (Lupinus albus L.).
Based on a formula containing malic acid, apple pectin and pyrus malus fruit extract from green algae and white lupin, the cleansing mousse, moisturizing tonic and intensive concentrate are said to stimulate the skin's own moisture-binding capability, stimulate the synthesis of hyaluronic acid and provide a repair effect at the cellular level.
White lupin is one of the four lupins (Lupinus albus, Lupinus angustifolius, Lupinus luteu L., Lupinus mutablis) widely known commercially and agriculturally important, large seeded annual legume crop for human consumption and animal feed in some countries, particularly in Australia and New Zealand [10].
White lupin seeds were stored in a freezer at -80[degrees] C for 0, 1, 2, 4, or 7 days in plastic zip lack bags and then immediately treated with or without hot water (HW) at 90[degrees]C for 5 seconds.
The largest amounts of total C, N, and P as well as water-soluble C and P were added with faba bean, and the least with white lupin residues (Table 3).
Brian Larson, Ph.D., vice president of research and development for JG Consulting Services, LLC, gave examples of how specialty grain legumes, such as sweet white lupin, pigeon peas and heirloom/heritage beans, could add nutritional value to bakery products and frozen waffles and pancakes, as well as act as a meat substitute, a soup thickening and fortification agent and act as a potato substitute or side dish in frozen entrees.
FOR 40 SOMETHINGS: Liz Earle's Superskin Bust Treatment for bust, dcolletage and neck, pounds 26.55, is packed with kigelia extract and a blend of mangosteen, quince, green algae and white lupin. Rich in omega-3, GLA and antioxidants, it is perfect for skin which has lost elasticity, firmness or is 'crepey'.
In the polythene tunnels we've a mix of tares (vicia sativa) as rapid ground cover and a nitrogen fixer, with white lupin as a nitrogen fixer.