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Legume

a member of the pea family (Fabaceae) that possesses root nodules containing nitrogen-fixing bacteria.


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... Cover crops have been found to prevent nitrogen leaching into waterways. They have also been found to reduce soil erosion -- an implication of legume cover crops to be integrated with synthetic fertilizer in the future. Non-point pollution is one of the major concerns of many scientists today. ...

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by Tata1
Wed May 11, 2011 4:53 am
 
Forum: Bioinformatics
Topic: NLP
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Views: 17104

Re: Identify the plant

It would help a lot if you all would give a location. It is also kind of hard without a flower. It is obviously a legume (Fabaceae). Probably Mimosa subfamily. If you are in Australia, I would guess maybe an Acacia??

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by wildman
Thu Oct 29, 2009 5:35 am
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Identify the plant
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Re: Purpose of the plant

... is the scrubs. one more is acacia deacbata is tree. thnx The two plants you list are ausi plants.Your second example should be Acacia dealbata, a legume type family. I never been to Australia, but hope to some day. You might look here. http://www.australiaplants.com/au_plants_a-b-c.htm

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by MichaelXY
Wed Dec 17, 2008 8:27 am
 
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: Purpose of the plant
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Views: 3434

The Fiber Disease

... (Greek: endo = inner, sym = together and biosis = living). Examples are nitrogen-fixing bacteria (called rhizobia) which live in root nodules on legume roots, single-celled algae inside reef-building corals, and bacterial endosymbionts inside several insect species. Many other examples of endosymbiosis ...

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by Skytroll
Mon Aug 21, 2006 7:46 pm
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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Views: 5426208

The Fiber Disease

... (5MT)-resistant tobacco cell line--driven by the CaMV 35S promoter or 606 bp of the native ASA2 promoter, was introduced into the forage legume plant Astragalus sinicus or soybean ( Glycine max), using Agrobacterium rhizogenes strains DC-AR2 or K599, respectively. Hairy roots of A. sinicus ...

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by Nadas Moksha
Sat Aug 19, 2006 10:50 am
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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