Medicago


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Medicago

plant genus of the legume family Fabaceae; contains coumestans, the phytoestrogens, in certain circumstances, and cause hyperestrogenism; can also cause photosensitivity possibly through steroidal saponins; causative plants include M. littoralis, M. minima (burr medic), M. polymorpha (M. denticulata, M. hispida, burr medic or trefoil), M. sativa (lucerne, alfalfa), also a common cause of primary frothy bloat, M. trombiculata (barrel clover), M. truncatula (barrel medic).
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Since January 2012, research conducted by Medicago and Cellectis plant sciences has demonstrated high levels of efficacy using Cellectis' nucleases to modify six different genes in the tobacco genome related to protein glycosylation.
Evidence for the occurrence of polyamine oxidase in the dicotyledonous plant Medicago sativa L.
Effect of different treatments of Pb and Cd alone and in combination on some growth parameters of Medicago sativa
Under the terms of the agreement, both PM Investments and MTPC have agreed to cooperate with respect to the privatisation of Medicago; provide, on a pro rata basis, funds to effect the proposed privatisation; certain governance arrangements if the proposed privatisation is completed and not pursue an acquisition of Medicago, other than pursuant to the funding and cooperation agreement, during the term of the funding and cooperation agreement.
Phytofiltration of hazardous cadmium, chromium, lead and zinc ions by biomass of Medicago sativa (Alfalfa).
Medicago will also fund the development of additional potential product candidates.
Caracterizacion y valor biologico en ratas desnutridas, del extracto foliar seco obtenido de alfalfa Medicago sativa cultivada en el Peru [resumen].
The effect of different water contents and additive mixtures on Medicago sativa silage.
An efficient transformation method to regenerate a high number of transgenic plants using a new embryogenic line of Medicago truncatula cv.
Genus Medicago with five (5) species and three (3) varieties were dominant with respect to other three genera in this tribe.
2,3 Cercidium praecox 6,8 54,7 22,3 Geoffroea decorticans 79 6,7 Medicago sativa Mimosa sp.
The range of Medicago lupulina covers Europe, North Africa and West and South Asia.