Macromolecular composition of phloem exudate from white lupin (Lupinus albus L.)
- The future of lupin as a protein crop in Europe. Lucas, M. Mercedes; Stoddard, Frederick L.; Annicchiarico, Paolo; Frías, Juana; Martínez-Villaluenga, Cristina; Sussmann, Daniela; Duranti, Marcello; Seger, Alice; Zander, Peter M.; Pueyo, José J. // Frontiers in Plant Science;Sep2015, p1
Europe has become heavily dependent on soya bean imports, entailing trade agreements and quality standards that do not satisfy the European citizen's expectations. White, yellow, and narrow-leafed lupins are native European legumes that can become true alternatives to soya bean, given their...
- DIVERSIDAD MORFOLï¿½GICA Y CONCENTRACIï¿½N DE PROTEï¿½NA DE LUPINUS SPP. EN LA REGIï¿½N CENTRO-ORIENTAL DEL ESTADO DE PUEBLA, Mï¿½XICO. Lagunes-Espinoza, Luz Del Carmen; L�pez-Upton, Javier; Garc�a-L�pez, Eustolia; Jasso-Mata, Jes�s; Delgado-Alvarado, Adriana; De Los Santos, Gabino Garc�a // Acta Botanica Mexicana;abr2012, Issue 99, p73
The present study aimed to characterize the diversity of Lupinus genus (Leguminosae) present in agricultural and forest ecosystems of eastern central region of the Mexican state of Puebla, and to estimate seed protein concentration in species identified. Natural populations were located from...
- THE Wild ONE. Sawyer-Fay, Rebecca // Country Living;May2000, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p92
Provides information on wild lupines plants in the United States.
- EFEITO DO TRATAMENTO TÃ‰RMICO NA DIGESTIBILIDADE, SOLUBILIDADE E ÃNDICE DE ATIVIDADE DE UREASE EM TREMOÃ‡O (LUPINUS ALBUS E LUPINUS ANGUSTIFOLIUS). Monteiro, Márcia Regina Pereira; Oliveira, Cíntia Tarabal; Silva, Lucianne Sangiorgi; Mendes, Fabrícia Queiroz; de Cássia Oliveira Sant'ana, Rita // Brazilian Journal of Food & Nutrition / Alimentos e NutriÃ§Ã£o;Sep2010, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p487
Among the many studied legumes, the lupine is a source of vegetable protein with great potential for use in food. This legume species are indigenous to the Mediterranean and South America and most are grown Lupinus albus (white lupine) and Lupinus angustifolius (Blue Lupin). However, there are...
- Introduction of novel legume crops in Serbia - White lupin (Lupinus albus). Mikić, Aleksandar; Mihailović, Vojislav; Ćupina, Branko; Đorđević, Vuk; Stoddard, Frederick L. // Field & Vegetable Crops Research / Ratarstvo i povrtarstvo;2010, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p21
The renewed interest in introducing white lupin in Serbia is its high crude protein content in grain dry matter of nearly 400 g kg-1, which makes it a potential supplement for soybean meal in animal feeding. The only collection of white and other lupins in Serbia is maintained at Institute of...
- White lupins now real contender as spring break crop. Abels, Charles // Farmers Weekly;1/16/2004, Vol. 140 Issue 3, p49
Provides information on the advantage of white lupins to farm growers in East Anglia, England in the spring of 2004. Hydrogen-ion concentration tolerance of its variety, Dieta; Premiums that can be expected from the crop; Seed cost.
- Lupin Growing Area Set to Double. Swallow, Andrew // Farmers Weekly;3/21/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 11, p65
Reports on possible increase in farming of high protein crop called lupines in Great Britain. Reasons for the increase in lupine farming; Harvesting season for lupines; Prospects for higher yield of the crop.
- LUPIN HARVEST TOPS 6500HA. Buss, Jessica // Farmers Weekly;10/24/2003, Vol. 139 Issue 17, p35
Reports on the 16,000 acres of lupins that have been harvested by customers of seed supplier Soya UK in autumn 2003. Dominance of Soya in the British lupin market; Worth of seed Soya sold in 2002.
- Bluebonnets. Swartz, Mimi // Texas Monthly;Apr2006, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p96
The article cites bluebonnets as one of the things that are loved in Texas. Bluebonnets do not smell particularly good and there are not supposed to be picked on the highway.