Regardless of whether the individual crop is concerned, or the overall rotational system, the key factor is enhancing the efficiency of the limited soil moisture (Pala et al., 2007). Missouri Botanical Garden. Quality of the herbage in terms of digestibility was 63.9% IVDMD for Vicia sativa and Wildflowers; Statistics Height: up to 75cm. Cultivation. Vicia sativa Name Synonyms Vicia angustifolia subsp. In the amphicarpic sensu stricto species Vicia sativa subsp. Freshly matured subterranean CL seeds of Amphicarpaea bracteata germinated to 95–100%, while aerial CL and CH seeds germinated to only 20 and 15%, respectively (Schnee and Waller, 1986). Vicia sativa grains may contain HCN [14], either free or in the form of cyanogenic glycosides. Vicia sativa. segetalis – Common Vetch. In this study, we assessed the potential for cross-species amplification of cDNA microsatellite markers developed from common vetch (Vicia sativa subsp. Chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid, and ferulic acid are examples of such phenolic compounds (Fig. It is hardy to zone (UK) 5. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. 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Peumans, in Advances in Botanical Research, 2008. The plant is self-fertile. Latin name: Vicia sativa Family: Leguminosae Edible parts of Winter Tares: Seed - cooked. pilosa (M.Bieb.) The dryland farming zone mainly occupies the 200- to 600-mm rainfall range, with barley/livestock in the less favorable part of that range and wheat-based cropping in the more favorable rainfall areas. Also known as the ‘garden vetch’, it is a member of the pea family that grows up to 70 cm and flowers throughout June to August. Vicia sativa L. North Africa Family Fabaceae Genus Vicia L. Species Vicia sativa L. Synonym(s) Common name(s) Common Vetch Garden Vetch Summer Vetch Lints Tare Spring Vetch Vetch Narrowleaf vetch View all / Edit IUCN Red List. The highest amounts were found in the species stenophylla Velen (5.2 g/kg), V. disperma DC (3.2–5.1 g/kg), V. villosa Roth (2.5–7.8 g/kg), and V. benghalensis L. (1.9–3.4 g/kg) (Enneking, 1994). When meant for seed, sowing is done early in the planting season for good returns; but, when for green manure, any time in spring is suitable. 1 synonym for Vicia sativa: spring vetch. In the subsequent years, many nontoxic lectins were discovered and it became clear that plant lectins are widespread in the plant kingdom. (incl. Uses. Cereal production involves wheat, either bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) or durum wheat (Triticum turgidum var. Carol C. Baskin, Jerry M. Baskin, in Seeds (Second Edition), 2014. Unreviewed (261) TrEMBL. CL and CH seeds of Danthonia unispicata (Dobrenz and Beetle, 1966) germinated to about the same percentage, while CL seeds of Danthonia spicata (Dobrenz and Beetle, 1966) and Dichanthelium clandestinum (Bell and Quinn, 1985) germinated to higher rates and percentages than CH seeds. See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions. In 2002, 2003 and 2004, CL seeds of V. septemloba germinated to higher percentages than CH seeds, but in 2001 CH and CL seeds germinated to 48 and 47% respectively. Seeds from CL and CH flowers of aerial cleistogamous species may, or may not, differ in their germination responses. The large distal seeds became nondormant during 12 wk of cold stratification, whereas only about half the small seeds were nondormant after 12 wk at 5°C. (2012) found ample accumulation of PCs in both roots and shoots of Brassica juncea under Cd stress, but shoots exhibited a relatively higher accumulation, indicating that substrate reduction and feedback regulation could be responsible for this difference. Code created in: 2003-05-25. Hydrocyanic acid is a dangerous, rapidly acting poison for animals and humans interfering with oxygen use at the cellular level and inhibiting cytochrome oxidase activity . Javed Ahmad, ... M. Irfan Qureshi, in Cadmium Toxicity and Tolerance in Plants, 2019. Thus, there were population, maternal nutrient environment and CH/CL effects on germination (Cheplick and Sung, 1998). In the feeding experiments by Ressler et al. It can fix Nitrogen. A scrambling plant, Common vetch has pink flowers. As regards nutrient deficiencies, slow release N fertilizers and nitrification can well fit in ARS/PARS, where N losses are likely to be high (Kanneta et al., 1994; Prasad and Power, 1995; Prasad et al., 1971). Lignin does not induce a mutagenic effect on the species of P. vulgaris, V. sativa, V. villosa, and P. sativum, but influences the genetic processes in the cell by increasing the mitotic division and decreasing the chromosomal aberrations to a certain maximum concentration. Winter tares (Vicia sativa): This annual legume is hardy and overwinters well, even in heavy soils; sow either in March to August and leave for two or three months before digging in, or sow in July to September for overwintering. The leaves are stipulate, alternate and compound, each made up of 3–8 opposite pairs of linear, lance-shaped, oblong, or wedge-shaped, needle-tipped leaflets up to Template:Convert long. Mean biomass per seed was 15% more for CL than for CH seeds, but similar numbers of seeds were produced from both kinds of flowers (Winn and Moriuchi, 2009). After hydrolysis by β-glucosidase, the products of this reaction form radicals, which can cause a depletion of reduced glutathione (GSH) in G6pdh-deficient red blood cells, resulting in a hemolytic crisis (Marquardt, 1989). (2017) demonstrated that Cd exposure induced the expression of the PC synthase gene, which was found primarily in the roots of Lvbao-701 and Chixin-4 cultivars of Brassica parachinensis, with a relatively greater induction in the Lvbao-701 than in the Chixin-4 roots. These observations suggest an auxin effect of the applied compounds, expressed by intensifying the synthesis of RNA as well as proteins. Vicia sativa (Spring vetch) (Tare) Status. Vicia cornigera St.-Amans Vicia cosentini Guss. Danger often arises from livestock eating too much vetch, especially when podded; colics and other stomach disorders are apt to be produced by the excessive amounts devoured., Cereal grains can be sown with vetch so it can use their stronger stems for support, attaching via tendrils.FAO Animal Feed Resources When grown with oats or other grasses, the vetch can grow upright; otherwise its weak stems may sprawl along the ground.FAO Crop Profile Several cultivars are available for agricultural use,Template:Cite book and as for some other legume crops, rhizobia can be added to the seed., Pests that attack this crop include the powdery mildew fungus Erysiphe pisi, the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum, the corn earworm (Heliothis zea), the fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda), and spider mites of genus Tetranychus., During the early 20th century, a mutant of the common vetch arose with lens-shaped seeds resembling those of the lentil, leading to vetch invasions of lentil fields. Once the blood group specificity of lectins was established, research aiming at the elucidation of the underlying mechanism for this biological activity was started. However, a high amount of polyphenolic compounds found intracellularly can trigger major changes in the nucleotide sequences. It was established that canavanine acts mainly on SD8(−L)Leu(+)cells, and that the lymphocyte response to canavanine depended primarily on which functional types of the cells were present. Taxonomic notes: A very variable species and various criteria have been used to divide it into a number of (sub) species, varieties and forms. Literature and websites used: Stevens, P.F. (Vicia sativa) Vetch is a well known legume also known as common vetch or tares. It has even been proposed that because of the universal uniform or strategic location of phenolics-storing plant cells, these cells can, by decompartmentation and rapid oxidation of their phenolic contents, self-sacrifice, leading to the first line of defense — cell death — or leading to the production of a slower defense line — a peridermal defense layer. Due to the presence of antinutritional factors, seeds may be used only in small amounts in the diets of monogastric species (including humans). Obviously, N transfer from legume crop residues to the following crop is another important asset of legume-based crops (Peoples et al., 2009). (2013) reported that longer exposure of maize plants to Cd resulted in a low accumulation of PCs in roots and a high abundance of phytochelatin synthase in leaves. PCs are synthesized and accumulated in the underground, as well as the aerial plant parts. 3f), andsoil bulk Solbrig (1981) apparently used only CL seeds in his germination studies of V. sororia, in which he found genetic differences between families in germination rates and percentages. Zinc deficiency can be easily overcome by soil application of zinc fertilizers or zinc-coated urea (Shivay et al., 2008a,b), foliar application of Zn fertilizers (Slaton et al., 2005; Dhaliwal et al., 2010) or coating of rice with zinc (Slaton et al., 2001). Thus, increased N availability for the cereal partner has been shown to increase and stabilize the yield of intercrops (Hauggaard-Nielsen et al., 2009; Lithourgidis et al., 2006). A mix of grasses and legumes may be preferred to combine the tolerance to low winter temperature of graminaceous with the positive effect on N2 fixation of legumes. and vetch (Vicia sativa L.), warm-season annual legumes such as soybean (Glycine max L.), common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. & Godr. Common vetch (Vicia sativa subsp. The arrows in the diagram indicate the current trends, that is, increasing irrigation, especially deficit irrigation from groundwater sources, into previously rainfed areas, extension of barley to drier areas, and extension of fruit trees in the zones with relatively favorable rainfall. Join the RHS today and get 12 months for the price of 9. 28 plant name records match your search criteria Vicia sativa. Once glucosinolates and myrosinase come in contact (they are physically separated in the plant cells), isothiocyanates, volatile compounds toxic for nematode and pathogens, are produced (Brown et al., 2008; Wentzell and Kliebenstein, 2008). Vicia sativa (VICSA) Menu. In addition, isothiocyanates have been found to inhibit nitrification of NH4+ (Bending and Lincoln, 2000) with beneficial effect on N leaching. In another study, subterranean CL and aerial CL and CH seeds germinated to 86, 7 and 9%, respectively (Trapp and Hendrix, 1988). 2. Vicine and convicine present in Vicia sativa seeds are β-glycosides of the pirimidines and isoramil, respectively. Common vetch (Vicia sativa L.) is a leguminous plant used as forage and cover crops.A protocol of ethyl methanesulfonate (EMS)‐induced mutations was established in the present study, based on analysis of seed germination and emergence rate, seedling growth and abnormal plant percentage as affected by combinations of EMS concentration and treatment time. There is increasing interest in crops such as canola (Brassica napus L.), safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.), and sesame (Sesamum indicum L.). Persistence. Van Damme, ... Willy J. Peumans, in, HOW PLANTS DEFEND THEMSELVES AGAINST PATHOGENS, Nutrient management in fruit crops: An organic way, Moreno Toselli, ... Giovambattista Sorrenti, in, Micronutrient Constraints to Crop Production in the Middle East–West Asia Region, Role of Phytochelatins in Cadmium Stress Tolerance in Plants. In the following decade, the idea that toxicity is an intrinsic property of hemagglutinins was abandoned after Landsteiner and Raubitschek (1907) reported for the first time the presence of nontoxic lectins in the legumes Phaseolus vulgaris, Pisum sativum, Lens culinaris, and Vicia sativa. EPPO Code: VICSA ; Preferred name: Vicia sativa ; Authority: Linnaeus ; Notes. Antonyms for Common Vetch. ), broad bean (Vicia faba minor) and vetch (Vicia sativa) are the most used and effective in fixing atmospheric N. ZM was a domestic variety in Zhangye region, Gansu Province, China. The seed can be dried, ground into a powder and mixed with cereal flour to make bread, biscuits, cakes etc. ), as winter-sown crops (Harris, 1995). It appears that the subterranean CL seeds are water-permeable and nondormant, while many of the aerial CL and CH seeds have impermeable seed coats (physical dormancy). sativa). The mutagenic effects of lignin and lignin derivatives were studied in experiments carried out on seeds of P. vulgaris, Vicia sativa, Vicia villosa, and Pisum sativum [57,58]. Observations on the effect of fruiting and soil moisture on the development cycle of Vicia villosa Roth. Similarly, Mohamed et al. Back Vicia sativa provides palatable forage (fresh, hay and silage) and grain to livestock. Plitmann & D.Zohary; Vicia sativa subsp. 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. Common vetch (Vicia sativa subsp. Chlorogenic acid was increased by wounding but not by elicitation. On acid soils, which have high P-fixation capacity (Sanchez and Uehara, 1980) ground rock phosphate could be a better choice for meeting P requirement of rice (Mathur et al., 1979; Rajan et al., 1996), especially in association with phosphate solubilizing bacteria (Sharma et al., 2010). LC Least concern. Although some of the common phenolics may each reach concentrations that could be toxic to the pathogen, it should be noted that several of them appear concurrently in the same diseased tissue, and it is possible that the combined effect of all fungitoxic phenolics present, rather than that of each one separately, is responsible for the inhibition of infection in resistant varieties. Yan et al. Each short branch of the inflorescence has two pedicellate spikelets, and the distal one is larger than the proximal one. In plants such as vetch (Vicia sativa), resistance to the higher parasitic plant Orobanche aegyptiaca appears to result from higher levels of free and bound phenolics, lignin and peroxidase activity produced in the roots of resistant varieties following infection, compared to susceptible ones. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees, Lepidoptera (Moths & Butterflies). Graminaceous species, such as oat (Avena sativa), barley (Hordeum vulgare), rye grass (Lolium perenne), and sorghum (Sorghum vulgare), are characterized by a high-density shallow root system, produce a high biomass, and are particularly suitable in sloping orchards where they can prevent erosion and nutrient runoff. These results indicate that lignin has no mutagenic effect on P. vulgaris plants nor in the second generation. Canavanine also acted on suppressor-induced T cells to regulate antibody synthesis (Morimoto et al., 1990). In West Asia, fallow is clean-tilled during the noncropped year to control weeds, and thus conserve moisture to improve the fallow efficiency for the subsequent crop, while fallows in North Africa are left to grow weeds as a source of spring food for animals; this reduces the fallow efficiency. Vicia sativa is a ANNUAL CLIMBER growing to 1.2 m (4ft) at a fast rate. Synonyms for Common Vetch in Free Thesaurus. However, underground seeds became permeable faster than aerial seeds (Christiansen et al., 1996). Subterranean seeds of C. benghalensis were less sensitive (germination reduced less) to the herbicide S-metolachor than aerial seeds; the herbicide diclosulan did not reduce germination of either type of seed (Sabila et al., 2012). Such studies evidently demonstrate that phytochelatins act as a protector of plants against metal poisoning, and maintain the metal homeostasis in the cell. It is a member of the pea family and can be seen on grassland, farmland and waste ground, as well as at the coast. Also, following the changes occurring in the nucleotide sequences, stimulation or inhibition of the mitotic division can be triggered depending on the concentration of the extract applied in the growth medium of the plant. CL seeds of Stipa leucotricha generally germinated to higher percentages than CH ones at 20/10, 25/15 and 30/20°C at 0 and −0.25 MPa (PEG); however, 20/10°C and 0 MPa were the optimum germination conditions for both types of seeds (Call and Spoonts, 1989). Transgenic plants produced an enzyme that inactivates tryptophan, a precursor of phenolics and lignin. CL and CH seeds of Impatiens capensis germinated to about the same percentage (Waller, 1984; Antlfinger, 1986). This is especially true under conditions of low soil N availability, where intercropping improves not only the crop yield but also the cereal protein content (Bedoussac and Justes, 2010; Gooding et al., 2007) and the phosphorus availability for the cereal (Hinsinger, 2001; Latati et al., 2016). Though the term lectin is actually most commonly used, the terms agglutinin and hemagglutinin still persist as synonyms. Do we need specific breeding for legume-based mixtures? The results obtained in experiments using lignin have led to the conclusion that the presence of the polyphenolic structures in lignin is a possible cause of the increased mitotic division. Dry storage for 4 mo promoted dormancy break and germination of large aerial seeds but not small aerial seeds of C. benghalensis (Santos et al., 2001). The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees, flies. 20 Vicia leucosperma Moench 20 Vicia maculata Rouy 20 Vicia melanosperma Rchb. We do not use these to store personal information about you.Continuing to use this website means you agree to our use of cookies. ), fruit trees, and vegetables (Gibbon, 1981). From then onwards, lectins were no longer regarded as agglutinating factors but rather as sugar binding proteins that could be distinguished from other proteins on the basis of a well-defined functional criterion. Cover crops can be established by either natural or selected species. The problem is that both the numerical aberrations of the chromosomes and the structural aberrations cause mutagenic effects on the cellular or tissue level, or even on the whole body [56]. Among the most suitable plants for cover crops, legumes such as clover (Trifolium spp. In cacao infected with the witches' broom fungus Crinipellis perniciosa, infected young stems contain 7–8 times as much caffeine, which inhibits growth of the fungus in culture, than healthy stems. More recently, the introduction of high performing techniques such as frontal affinity chromatography and glycan microarrays enabled high throughput screening of large collections of carbohydrates and more complex glycans with only small amounts of a purified lectin. in a thermal treatment [13]. The flowers are mostly visited by bumblebees.Template:Cite journal, The fruit is a legume pod up to 6 or 7 centimeters long, which is hairy when new, smooth later, then brown or black when ripe. Corneliu TanaseOana-Crina BujorValentin I. Popa, in Polyphenols in Plants (Second Edition), 2019. Vicia sativa. uncinata (Rouy) P.D.Sell; Vicia scepusiensis Kit. Increased pressure on land use has renewed emphasis on rotations and cropping options to cope with such changes (Ryan et al., 2008), as well as on maintaining soil quality. Several metals can cause toxicity in plants at the same time, and may act synergistically, antagonistically, and independently; depending on the interaction and chemistry of different metals (Son et al., 2014; Sun et al., 2005a,b). A nitrogen-fixing, perennial, leguminous climbing plant that grows in hedgerows, grasslands, the edges of woodland, roadsides and rough ground. 6-20). Vicia glabra Schleich. appears in other Kew resources: IPNI - The International Plant Names Index. Vicia sepium or bush vetch is a plant species of the genus Vicia. In this study, we assessed the potential for cross-species amplification of cDNA microsatellite markers developed from common vetch (Vicia sativa subsp. However, definite evidence for later vetch cultivation is available only for Roman times.Template:Cite book, The "tare" referred to in some English translations of the Bible (as in the "Parable of the Tares") may be darnel ryegrass, Lolium temulentum.Template:Cite bookTemplate:Rp, Vicia sativa was first described by Carl Linnaeus in his 1753 Species Plantarum. This expectation is fulfilled in some species, and we will begin our survey of these differences by discussing species with amphicarpy sensu stricto (for germination of amphicarpic sensu lato species, see “Amphicarpy” on p. 363). Taxonomy - Vicia sativa (Spring vetch) (Tare) (SPECIES) ))) Map to UniProtKB (271) Reviewed (10) Swiss-Prot. 20 Vicia morisiana Boreau 20 Vicia nemoralis Ten. Common vetch also provides a valuable cover crop … These observations correlated with the data obtained on crops of the studied species, namely the plants developed at concentrations with a higher cell division rate, have the size and the production of higher grains compared with the control sample, and the variant with a treatment with an addition of 670 kg/ha lignin. Two Vicia sativa L. varieties difference in Cd tolerance, Lanjian 3 # (L3, Cd-tolerant) and Zhangye Mawan (ZM, Cd-sensitive), were used in this study. Vicia cracca is a PERENNIAL CLIMBER growing to 1.8 m (6ft). Page 150: Vicia sativa, seeds cooked, leaves cooked, but some reports of toxicity in the lab, not in the field. Documents about Vicia sativa (VICSA) THIS WEBSITE USES COOKIES Our website uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best possible online experience. The action of canavanine was primarily due to disordering of the B-lymphocyte function (Prete, 1986). Vicia cuneata Gren. Moreover, vacuoles of the shoot parenchyma cells showed efficient storage of Cd mediated by PCs, which resisted its movement into the protoplasts. The flower corolla is Template:Convert long and bright pink-purple in colour, more rarely whitish or yellow. sativa has decreased accordingly. Vicia sativa L. North Africa Family Fabaceae Genus Vicia L. Species Vicia sativa L. Synonym(s) Common name(s) Common Vetch Garden Vetch Summer Vetch Lints Tare Spring Vetch Vetch Narrowleaf vetch View all / Edit IUCN Red List. It has also been reported from Predynastic sites of ancient Egypt, and several Bronze Age sites in Turkmenia and Slovakia. A protocol of ethyl methanesulfonate (EMS)‐induced mutations was established in the present study, based on analysis of seed germination and emergence rate, seedling growth and abnormal plant percentage as affected by combinations of EMS concentration and treatment time. (2010) suggested that Cd detoxification in the hyperaccumulator plant Sedum alfredii is equivalent to that of the nonresistant plants mediated by PCs action, mainly in shoots. The vetch (Vicia sativa) is one of the most important annual forage legumes globally due to its multiple uses and high nutritional content. Other uses of Winter Tares: A very valuable green manure crop, it can be sown in spring or as late as October. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, 28(1):9-14. If cover crops are mowed later in the season, the relative C:N ratio of the biomass increases. Because of their deep root system, most of leguminous plants show competition with tree crops, and their cultivation should be limited to the tree dormancy phase. According to Prete (1986), canavanine induced an autoimmune response in mice when administrated as 0.725% of the diet. Vicia sativa grains may contain HCN [14], either free or in the form of cyanogenic glycosides. V. sativa is able to hybridize with other Vicia species (17). Only in 1952 it was shown that the agglutination properties of lectins are based on a specific sugar binding activity (Watkins and Morgan, 1952). control of many horticultural crops (Baldi et al., 2015; Lazzeri et al., 2013). However, seeds germinated to 77, 66, 82 and 82%, respectively, in continuous light and to 28, 7, 55 and 66%, respectively, in continuous darkness (Walker and Evenson, 1985b). Function i. Also, the field should be watched for several days to prevent pigeons from eating too much of the sown seed., Horses thrive very well on common vetch, even better than on clover and rye grass; the same applies to fattening cattle, which feed faster on vetch than on most grasses or other edible plants. CAS no. nigra Ehrh. Hence, the higher accumulation of Cd and overexpressed PCs synthesis in the roots could be the reason why Lvbao-701 cultivars show a reduced Cd translocation to shoots, and better tolerance to Cd stress, than Chixin-4 cultivars. Vicia sativa var. The literature data provide some information about the effects of polyphenolic compounds on cell division, limited only to the influence of lignin and its derivatives. It is, however, still used as a `green manure` by gardeners. Mishra JS; Singh VP; Bhan VM, 1996. Published on the internet. It is in flower from May to August, and the seeds ripen from July to September. Since that time, a number of synonyms have published:Template:Cite web 1 3 Publishedinpar tnershipwithCECCRatKingA bdulazizUn iversity density1.14and1.29gcm 3 fortheTillageandVicia sativaplots,respectively.Then,inAugust2018,thesoil moistureshowedagainadecrease:4.3and6.4%inaver - agevaluesfor Tillageand Vicia sativa plots,respectively. Carolina Bristle Mallow In a five-year study with ARS in Brazil, rice monocropping gave an yield of 1.16 t/ha as compared to 2.58 t/ha after 1 year of soybean (Glycine max) and 4.32 t/ha after 5 years of soybean (Guimaraes et al., 2001a; Pinheiro et al., 2006) (Table 8). Common vetch (Vicia sativa L.) is a leguminous plant used as forage and cover crops. The results are below. These crops provide a number of agroecosystems services, such as the biological fixation of atmospheric nitrogen (N2) and the consequent reduction of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, the safeguard and improvement of physical, chemical and biological soil fertility, and rotational break crops effects (Jensen et al., 2012; Lüscher et al., 2014; Schneider and Huyghe, 2015; Watson et al., 2017). The seeds of the common vetch (Vicia sativa) contain a neurotoxin that is present as dipeptide γ-glutamyl-β-cyanoalanine (γ-gluBCA), as the free amino acid β-cyanoalanine (BCA), and as the cyanogenic glycosides vicianin and prunasin (Ressler & Tatake, 2001). V. angustifolia L. and V. segetalis Thuill.) John Ryan, ... Emin Bulent Erenoglu, in Advances in Agronomy, 2013. angustifolia L. Vicia sativa subsp. : 306-189-9. At higher concentrations of the extracts, there were a higher number of cells with chromosomal aberrations. Vicia sativa subsp. Grows best in moist but well-drained, alkaline to neutral soil in full sun but will tolerate a wide range of conditions. Cellular response activation tolerance make it a very valuable green manure, ground into a powder and mixed cereal! L. have been widely studied in Viola species Bartholameo, J. Vicia sativa is a species! And BCA synthesis, accumulation, and irrigated areas letuce in laboratory tests metal,. 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