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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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Expected DNA amount of fig (Ficus carica) and black mulberry (Morus nigra) compared to that of standards, barley (Hordeum vulgare) and common vetch (Vicia sativa) Sample Standard Sample FI CV Index Standard CV species species value FI value Fig Common 115.94 4.67 6.519 517.96 3.29 vetch Black Barley 163.53 2.53 9.276 208.77 2.70 mulberry Sample Index DNA amount of DNA amount of species standard (pg) sample (pg) Fig 29.122 3.65 0.82 Common vetch Fig Black 11.842 10.65 8.34 mulberry Barley Black mulberry Figure 1.
Total ash (TA %) among legumes increased from 9.70% (Lygos raetam), 12.21% (Vicia sativa) to 22.05% (Trigonella maritima) and 23.24% (Ononis vaginalis).
Frecuencia (A) y cobertura (B) de Vicia sativa con y sin agregado de P (P1 y P0 respectivamente).
For all analysed species and subspecies satellites were observed in one chromosomes pair except for two species Vicia sativa ssp.
Like other Vicia species, the seeds of Vicia sativa contain numerous antinutritional factors, notably the cyanogenic amino acids BCA and GCA, and cyanogenic glycosides that are toxic to monogastric animals.
Sidiras N, Avgoulas C, Bilalis D, Tsougrianis N (1999) Effects of tillage and fertilization on biomass, roots, N-accumulation and nodule bacteria of vetch (Vicia sativa cv.
Therefore, soaked and boiled vicia sativa seed (SBCV) may be safely recommended for use at proportions up to 25% in the diets of laying hen diets.
The Vicia sativa cover (Table 2) seems to be effective as weed control in comparison with the control results (Table 5).
In the polythene tunnels we've a mix of tares (vicia sativa) as rapid ground cover and a nitrogen fixer, with white lupin as a nitrogen fixer.
Effect of inoculation and nitrogen on the hay, seed, stem, raw protein yield, raw protein rate and nodule number in vetch (Vicia sativa L.) under irrigated conditions of Erzurum.