Medicago sativa

Blålusern kjennes også ved det engelske navnet alfalfa. Et samlenavn for begge underartene er lusern. Sinskaya Medicago komarovii Vassilcz. Medicago, and is a primary wild relative of the cultivated crop Alfalfa, M. There are five subspecies of M. Particularly, Medicago falcata L.

It is hardy to zone (UK) 5. Alfalfa has been recognized for its superior yield and quality in seeded pastures. Alfalfa is the most productive and most widely adapted forage species and is considered the “queen of forages. The plant is self-fertile. Data available to download at Data Store More information and data available . Alfalfa belongs to the plant family Leguminosae, also known as Fabaceae an like all legumes, it has the ability to fix nitrogen from the air.

As a result, alfalfa is incredibly high in protein. Beyond its use in animal . AUTHORSHIP AND CITATION : Sullivan, Janet.

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire Sciences Laboratory (Producer). Fu C(1), Hernandez T, Zhou C, Wang ZY. Samac DA(1), Austin-Phillips S. Medicago sativa , commonly called alfalfa, is a forage crop legume. Author information: (1)USDA-ARS-Plant Science Research Unit and Department of Plant Pathology, University of Minnesota, St. A protocol for rapi highly efficient transformation of alfalfa is described.

Duration: Annual Perennial. Other Common Names: alapap lucerne. Alfalfa is grown as a crop of course (sativa is Greek for planted), but it also makes a . This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Medicago (family Leguminosae). Люцерна повышает уровень гемоглобина и снижает уровень холестерина в крови.

За счёт полноценного набора витаминов, белков и других питательных веществ Люцерна улучшает состояние кожи, предупреждая её старение, оказывает детоксикационное воздействие. A mature plant will tiller from the base, sending up multiple stems that are ascending or erect and branch occasionally. Leaves: stalke 3-parte long and . Notes: National Plant Data Center, NRCS, USDA.

This study aimed at exploring opportunities for marker-assisted selection (MAS) and genomic selection of forage quality traits based on breeding values of parent plants. A taxonomic species within the family Fabaceae – alfalfa or lucerne.