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Vicia

 [vish´e-ah]
a genus of herbs. V. fa´ba or V. fa´va is the fava bean or broad bean, whose beans and pollen contain a component that can cause favism in susceptible persons.
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Yield performance of field beans (Vicia faba L.) in relation to interactions between inflorescences at different nodes.
2005; Sajid and Aftab 2009; Chao and Kao 2010).Although many studies have been conducted on roles of exogenous application of AsA under abiotic stress conditions the function of exogenously applied AsA on Vicia faba root tip cells exposed to Pb stress has not been evaluated.
Hebblethwaith (ed.) The faba bean (Vicia faba L.); a basis for improvement.
Effects of chemical fertilizers and biostimulants containing amino acid on yield and growth parameters of broad bean (Vicia faba L.).
Kemal, "Induction of phytoalexin accumulation in Broad Bean (Vicia faba L.) cotyledons following treatments with biotic and abiotic elicitors," Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, vol.
Nitrogen contributions from faba bean (Vicia faba L.) reliant on soil rhizobia or inoculation.
Fermentation profiles of field pea (Pisum sativum), faba bean (Vicia faba) and white lupin (Lupinus albus) silages as effected by wilting and inoculation.
Number of plant scientists has reported natural hosts of dicotyledonous plant infecting mastreviruses in the field for example for (i) chickpea: [(Cicer arietinum L.) Horn et al., 1993; Kumari et al., 2004; Nahid et al., 2008; Mumtaz et al., 2011; Kraberger et al., 2013] (ii) lentil: [(Lens culinaris Medik) Nahid et al., 2008; Kraberger et al., 2013] (iii) faba bean: [(Vicia faba L.) Makkouk et al., 2003b; Kraberger et al., 2013] (iv) field pea: [(Pisum sativum L.) Kraberger et al., 2013] (v) french bean: [(Phaseolus vulgaris L.) Liu et al., 1997a; Ali et al., 2004] (vi) sugar beet: [(Beta vulgaris L.) Farzadfar et al., 2008] (vii) pepper: [(Capsicum annum L.) Akhtar et al., 2014; Byun et al., 2014] (viii) cotton: [(Gossypium sp.
Elsayed, Phytotoxicity of Silver Nanoparticles on Vicia faba Seedlings, Science, 6, 12 (2013).