genus Vicia

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Noun1.genus Vicia - widely distributed genus of annual or perennial and often climbing herbsgenus Vicia - widely distributed genus of annual or perennial and often climbing herbs
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
vetch - any of various climbing plants of the genus Vicia having pinnately compound leaves that terminate in tendrils and small variously colored flowers; includes valuable forage and soil-building plants
tare - any of several weedy vetches grown for forage
broad-bean, broad-bean plant, English bean, European bean, field bean, Vicia faba, broad bean - Old World upright plant grown especially for its large flat edible seeds but also as fodder
hairy tare, hairy vetch, Vicia villosa - European vetch much cultivated as forage and cover crops
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it does not cross with other species of the genus Vicia and thereby it does not allow gene exchange with any other species including its close relative Vicia narbonensis.
Type genus Vicia with four (4) species was dominant in this tribe; the other genera in this tribe i.e.
The genus Vicia (Leguminosae Vicieae) has long been a subject of active research because it contains several species of economic importance and many of which have been domesticated since the origin of agriculture (Gil and Cubero
The genus Vicia L., (Fabales: Fabaceae: Papilionoideae), with over 200 species distributed worldwide, has high genetic variability and a productive potential that has not been fully exploited to date.
Cocks, "Agricultural potential of Mediterranean grain and forage legumes: anti-nutritional factor concentrations in the genus Vicia" Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, vol.
New variety and taxonomic notes on the genus Vicia (Leguminosae) in northern Argentina.
THE GENUS VICIA is comprised of approximately 140 widely distributed species most commonly in temperate regions of Europe, Asia, and America (Weber and Schifino-Wittman, 1999).
In the genus Vicia, somatic chromosome numbers of 10, 12, 14, 24, and 28 consist of diploids and tetraploids derived from two basic numbers (x = 6 and 7), accompanied by aneuploidy (Stace 1980).