birdsfoot trefoil

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birdsfoot trefoil

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Gibberellic acid promotes in vitro regeneration and shoot multiplication in Lotus corniculatus L.
El de Lotus corniculatus presenta una relacion inversa con la riqueza proteica en casi todos los casos.
The objective of this study was to determine the feed values of different legume hays (Medicago sativa, Lotus corniculatus, Trifolium alexandrinum) grown in salt-affected soils of South-east Anatolian region as assessed by gas production parameters, intake, and digestibility and nutrient composition.
Lotus corniculatus commonly known as Bird's foot trefoil belongs to a genus that contains many dozen of species distributes worldwide e.
Effect of Lotus corniculatus and condensed Tannins on milk yield and milk composition of dairy cows.
Stephenson (1984) found that partially defoliated, control, and nutrient-enriched plants of Lotus corniculatus produced a nearly fivefold difference in flower number, but initiated fruit development from nearly the same fraction of flowers (78-83%) in all three treatment groups (further abortion resulted in final fruit set of 34-39%).
Genetic modification of condensed tannin biosynthesis in Lotus corniculatus.
It also has been observed in Cirsium palustre (Mogford 1978), Aquilegia caerulea (Miller 1981), Platystemon californicus (Hannan 1981), Lotus corniculatus (Jones et al.
Tannins from Lotus corniculatus also caused increase in absorption of essential amino acid upto 62% in small intestine (Waghorn et al.
1996a) reported lower plasma glucose levels in lactating ewes grazed on tanniferous Lotus corniculatus pasture.