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Lipid and protein accumulation in developing seeds of three lupine species: Lupinus luteus L., Lupinus albus L., and Lupinus mutabilis Sweet

Spontaneous phloem exudation accompanying abscission in Lupinus mutabilis (Sweet)

Kinship rivalry does not trigger specific allocation strategies in Lupinus angustifolius

Nuclear DNA Content Variation and Species Relationships in the Genus Lupinus (Fabaceae)

The Effect of Nitrogen Nutrition on Cluster Root Formation and Proton Extrusion by Lupinus albus

Aerobic and anaerobic nitrate and nitrite reduction in free-living cells of Bradyrhizobium sp. (Lupinus)

Synthesis, transport and accumulation of quinolizidine alkaloids in Lupinus albus L. and L. angustifolius L.

Conformation of cytoskeletal elements during the division of infected Lupinus albus L. nodule cells

Branch development in Lupinus angustifolius L. I. Not all branches have the same potential growth rate

Involvement of mitogen-activated protein kinases in the symbiosis Bradyrhizobium–Lupinus

Ferritins and nodulation in Lupinus luteus: iron management in indeterminate type nodules

Short- and Long-Term Effects of Dehydroascorbate in Lupinus albus and Allium cepa Roots

Seed Number, Seed Size and Seed Diversity in Washington Lupin (Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl.)

Heterogeneous Selection on LEGCYC Paralogs in Relation to Flower Morphology and the Phylogeny of Lupinus (Leguminosae)

Heterogeneous Selection on LEGCYC Paralogs in Relation to Flower Morphology and the Phylogeny of Lupinus (Leguminosae)

Characterization of a Non-abscission Mutant in Lupinus angustifolius L.: Physiological Aspects

Convergent evolution of high elevation plant growth forms and geographically structured variation in Andean Lupinus (Fabaceae)


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(lupin; family Fabaceae, subfamily Papilionatae)

A genus mostly of herbs (a few of which are shrubby) that have palmately compound leaves and erect, terminal, leafless racemes of showy flowers. Lupins are much cultivated in gardens and some are used for cattle fodder. There are some 200 species, mostly in N. America, but a few are native in Europe.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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