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Genus Cicer and its species
M. G. Popov
|Other titles||Rod Cicer i ego vidy.|
|Statement||M. G. Popov.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||277 p. :|
|Number of Pages||277|
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Genus Cicer and its species: on the problem of origin of Mediterranean flora, and experiment in morphological and geographical monographing.
The chickpea or chick pea (Cicer arietinum) is an annual legume of the family Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae. Its different types are variously known as gram or Bengal gram, garbanzo or garbanzo bean, Egyptian pea, chana, and chole. Chickpea seeds are high in is one of the earliest cultivated legumes, and year-old remains have been found in the Middle : Tracheophytes.
Get this from a library. Genus Cicer and its species: on the problem Genus Cicer and its species book origin of Mediterranean flora, and experiment in morphological and geographical monographing = (Rod Cicer i ego vidy).
[M G Popov; Indian National Scientific Documentation Centre.; United States. Agricultural Research Service.; National Science Foundation (U.S.)]. Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.), the only cultivated species in the genus Cicer L., with 2n = 16 chromosomes, is individually the most important pulse crop of the world and contributes significantly.
Abstract. The genus Cicer, earlier classified in the tribe Vicieae of the legume family, along with vetches, lentils, and faba beans, is now classified in its own tribe, the Cicereae Alef.
Kupicha () found that pollen morphology and vascular anatomy set Cicer species further apart from the other members of Vicieae (Lathyrus, Lens, Vicia, Pisum, and Vavilovia) and closer to the tribe Cited by: Seeds from Cicer species have been stored in the ICRISAT seed bank in Patancheru, India (ab chickpea accessions), the ICARDA seed bank in Aleppo, Syria (ab accessions) and the Australia Temperate Field Crops Collection, Victoria, Australia (about 7, accessions).
The genus Cicer contains both perennial and annual species, the latter being fewer in number. These are the domesticated chickpea C. arietinum ssp. arietinum and its wild progenitor ssp. reticulatum, Author: Gideon Ladizinsky, Shahal Abbo.
The genus Cicer contains 43 species, 34 perennial and 9 annual. All annual species are diploids and have 16 chromosomes (2N = 16). Among these, C. reticulatum is the most closely related to the cultivated chickpea and the presumed progenitor.
Domestication occurred about 10 years ago in the region of southeastern Turkey, part of the. Cicer L., a monograph of the genus, with special reference to the chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.), its ecology and cultivation. Meded. Meded. Landbouwhoogeschool.
Cicer, the only genus in the tribe of Genus Cicer and its species book, is greatly diversiﬁed in West and Central Asia with an extension into the Mediterranean region, but its origin and geographical.
The extent of embryo and endosperm growth following interspecific hybridization between Cicer arietinum L. and related annual wild species.
Genet. Resources Crop Evol. Note: this study concluded that crossability barriers "is of a post-fertilization nature" Aldén, B., S. Ryman, & M. Hjertson. Chickpea is an important protein-rich crop with considerable diversity present among 44 annual Cicer species. A large collection of chickpea germplasm including wild Cicer species has been conserved in different gene banks globally.
However, the effective and efficient utilization of these resources is required to develop new cultivars with a broad genetic base. Karyotypic and feulgen microdensitometric measurements show that the most asymmetric karyotype is correlated with the lowest DNA amount and vice Cited by: First published in Trudy Prikl.
Bot. 21(1): ( publ. The genus Cicer is classified into three gene pools based on its crossability with chickpea. Based on their crossability with cultivated species, wild species, both annual and perennial, have been grouped.
Many of the annual species in the group that are not crossable harbor important traits/genes necessary for the improvement of chickpea. In this system, to every plant a binomial name is given e.g., Cicer arietinum L.; the first name refers to its genus, the second to its species, L.
for Linnaeus – the name of the person or author who first observed and reported the plant. The chickpea is an ancient crop that is still important in both developed and developing nations.
This authoritative account by international experts covers all aspects of chickpea breeding and management, and the integrated pest management and biotechnology applications that are important to its improvement.
With topics covered including origin and taxonomy, ecology, distribution and genetics. Species Rosa obtusiuscula Rydb., nom.
inq. – Appalachian Valley rose P: Species Rosa ×odorata (Andrews) Sweet (pro sp.) – tea rose P: Species Rosa ×palustriformis Rydb. (pro sp.) – hybrid rose P: Species Rosa palustris Marshall – swamp rose P: Species Rosa pendulina L. – alpine rose P: Species Rosa pinetorum A. Heller, nom. inq.
An edible seed is a seed that is suitable for human or animal consumption. Of the six major plant parts, seeds are the dominant source of human calories and protein. A wide variety of plant species provide edible seeds; most are angiosperms, while a few are a global food source, the most important edible seeds by weight are cereals, followed by legumes, nuts.
Herbs annual, cm tall. Stem much branched, erect, glandular hairy. Leaves imparipinnate with a terminal leaflet; stipules leaflike, unequal, margin toothed; leaflets paired, elliptic, × mm, glandular hairy, margin dentate at least in distal half.
Cicer arietinum is an annual vegetable of the Cicer genus in the family Leguminosae. Cicer arietinum is an annual vegetable of the Cicer genus in the family Leguminosae. This species has a symbiotic relationship with certain soil bacteria, these bacteria form nodules on the roots and fix atmospheric nitrogen.
A Source Book of Edible. Chickpea (Cicer arietinum), is also called garbanzo bean or Bengal gram, annual plant of the pea family (Fabaceae), widely grown for its nutritious seeds. The bushy cm (2-foot) plants bear pinnate leaves and small white or reddish flowers.
The yellow-brown beans grow one or two to a pod. Chickpea is an annual crop with a small, bushy branched stems contain as many as 17 pairs of leaflets. 1 Chickpea flowers are white to violet in color, appearing in spring to early summer.
2 The edible chickpeas themselves are formed inside hairy, oblong pods which grow up to 1 ½” (38 mm) long, containing one to two seeds per pod. 1 The genus name Cicer originates from the Hebrew.
Its small flowers are borne in branched clusters, and each fruit is a capsule containing many winged seeds. Other species of the genus Cedrela such Cinchona Cinchona, (genus Cinchona), genus of about 23 species of plants, mostly trees, in the madder family (Rubiaceae), native to the Andes of South America.
The bark of some species contains. The University of Washington Herbarium and its partners have released plant identification apps for the wildflowers of Washington (1, species) and Idaho ( species), based in part on information contained in the Burke Herbarium Image Collection web site.
The apps run on Apple, Android, and Amazon Kindle mobile devices (both phone and tablets). Chick pea is the only cultigen in the genus Cicer (Smartt ).The genus Cicer contains some 40 species. 2n= Characteristics Chick pea is an erect or spreading annual crop which favors a cool and dry climate.
Seed looks like a chick's head. Leaf is compound (odd-pinnate leaf). All plant parts are covered with glandular hairs. Cicer arietinum produces garbanzo beans. The soybean plant is Glycine max. Several species in the genus Vigna are cultivated in Asia. Black-eyed peas come from Vigna unguiculata.
Another variety of this species produces a green bean like edible pod, called, with a slight amount of exaggeration, “yard long bean.". Helianthus (/ ˌ h iː l i ˈ æ n θ ə s /) is a genus of plants comprising about 70 species. Except for three species in South America, all Helianthus species are native to North America and Central common names "sunflower" and "common sunflower" typically refer to the popular annual species Helianthus annuus, whose round flower heads in combination with the ligules look like Family: Asteraceae.
Genus Cicer consists of 43 species within the Leguminosae family those are mostly perennials. Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is among the nine species those are annuals (Pundir et al.
) and it is leading legume crop after dry beans and peas in cooler regions of the world (FAOSTAT, ).Chickpea is valuable crop for improvement of soil fertility due to nitrogen‐fixing root nodulation Cited by: By comparison with plant–microbe interaction, little is known about the interaction of parasitic plants with their hosts.
Plants of the genus Cuscuta belong to the family of Cuscutaceae and comprise about species, all of which live as stem holoparasites on other a spp. possess no roots nor fully expanded leaves and the vegetative portion appears to be a stem by: Nikolaj v. The chief regularity determining the diversity of a Linnaean species, its system, has been called by Vavilov «the Law of homologous series in variation» (Vavilov, ).The term "homologous" applies according Vavilov chiefly to the specieswithin the limits of the same comparing different genera it would be sometimes more to the point to speak ofparallelism in.
The phylogenetic relationships among 9 annual Cicer spp. arietinum, C. bijugum, C. cuneatum, C. chorassanicum, C. echinospermum, C. judaicum, C. pinnatifidum, C. reticulatum and C. yamashitae) were investigated using random amplified polymorphic DNA markers.
A total of polymorphic fragments were generated using 15 decamer primers of arbitrary nucleotide : Wafaa Choumane, M.
Baum, M. El-Sawy, R. Francis, M. El-Borollosy, A. Hosni. The genus Cicer L. includes 44 taxa, 9 annuals, and 35 perennials, and has a narrow genetic base, probably as a consequence of it being a monophyletic descendent from its wild progenitor Cicer reticulatum, grown in the Fertile Crescent region (the center of chickpea domestication and diversification) (Abbo et al., ).Cited by: 7.
Cicer arietinum, the chickpea genus and species, is a legume in the family Fabaceae. Fabaceae is known variously as the bean, legume or pea family. You may know chickpeas by one of their other names: ceci or cece (Italian), chana or Kabuli chana (Northern India), Egyptian pea, garbanzo (Spanish), gram or Bengal gram (British India).
Auxin is a pivotal plant hormone, usually occurring in the form of indoleacetic acid (IAA). However, in maturing pea (Pisum sativum) seeds, the level of the chlorinated auxin, 4-chloroindoleacetic acid ([4-Cl-IAA]), greatly exceeds that of IAA.
A key issue is how plants produce halogenated compounds such as [4-Cl-IAA]. To better understand this topic, we investigated the Cited by: 9. Plants of the Allium genus are pungent perennial scapose herbs that grow from tunicate s of the genus vary widely in height and can grow from between 15 cm and m in height.
Their basal and usually linear leaves have usually withered at the time of inflorescences are bracts are conspicuous, more or less fused and membranous. IS THE CHICKPEA A BEAN OR A PEA. Peas and beans are both legumes and seeds, both members of the Fabaceae botanical family. Chickpea, also called garbanzo bean, is actually a bean.
Some key differences: Pea plants (genus/species Pisum sativum) have hollow stems. Beans (genus/species Cicer arietinum) have solid stems. Floral organogenesis of Prunus laurocerasus and P. serotina and its significance for the systematics of the genus and androecium diversity in Rosaceae.
Xi Wang, a b Jing-zhi Gong, a b Qiu-jie Li, a b Jun-ru Wang, a b Yue-ping Ma, c Xiao-hui Zhang, Cited by: 1. Considering that this book was written before the time of Haller, or Bonnet, the first half to be the name of the genus common to several species, garbanzo), the Cicer arietinum of Linnaeus, so named from the resemblance of its seed to a ram's head.
Chicken and chickenpox. Chickenpox has nothing to do with chickens. When chickenpox was first described, people thought that the pox spots looked like chickpeas placed upon the skin. The Latin word for chick peas is is the original word that chickenpox got its name : Aves.
The genus Vicia is composed of species (Kupi- cha, ). These species were classified by Kupicha () into two subgenera (subgenus Vicilla and sub- genus Vicia)and 22 sections.
Clarke and Kupicha () studied the pollen mor- phology of 11 species of Vicia using light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM), but they.Genus Astragalus Species cicer Common Name cicer milkvetch Form herb Habit clumping Origin Europe Light sun Moisture dry to mesic Nitrogen HighGroundcover Yes Cicer milkvetch is a perennial flowering plant native to Eastern Europe, popularized and subsequently transported to areas in Southern Europe, North America, and South America.Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is an important legume food crop that is currently cultivated in wide ranges of climatic regions across the world in more than 45 countries .It is the second largest cultivated legume globally as a rich and cheap source of vegetarian protein, which plays an important role in human feed and nutritional security in most low income agricultural-based communities Author: Somayeh Farahani, Mojdeh Maleki, Rahim Mehrabi, Homayoun Kanouni, Armin Scheben, Jacqueline Batley.