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  • Besides wheat, the following crops are to a greater or less extent cultivated - barley, millet, sesame, maize, beans, peas, lentils, kursenni (a species of vetch used as camel-food) and, in some parts of the country, tobacco.
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  • The tendrils of a vetch and of a cucumber are analogous, and also homologous because they both belong to the category leaf; but they are only analogous to the tendrils of the vine and of the passion-flower, which belong to the category stem.
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  • Besides the grasses there are leguminous plants valuable for pasture - Astragalus, Vicia (wild vetch), Lathyrus (wild pea) of which there are many species.
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  • Some petioles are long, slender and sensitive to contact, and function as tendrils by means of which the plant climbs; as in the l,' nasturtiums (Tropaeolum), clematis and c in others; and in compound leaves the midrib and some of the leaflets may similarly be transformed into tendrils, as in the pea and vetch.
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  • If these results are confirmed and the treatment can be worked commercially, the importance to agriculture of the discovery cannot be overestimated; each plant will provide, like the bean and vetch, its own nitrogenous manure, and larger crops will be produced at a decreased cost.
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  • Dextro-asparagine was first found in 1886 in the shoots of the vetch (Piutti).
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  • Both men are Swans' rejects - the latter departed the Vetch just three months ago.
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  • We were able to see the salubrious surroundings of Swansea City's Vetch Field on a free transfer.
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  • Alan Curtis steps up as caretaker boss at the Vetch.
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  • Plants present in the grassland include pignut, harebell, kidney vetch and several orchids including greater butterfly orchid.
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  • In the foreground on the ungrazed slopes, the dominant plant was Horseshoe Vetch, although a few cowslips were present.
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  • Among the grass, underfoot, is thyme, the spiny rest harrow, yellow kidney vetch, and pale blue harebells.
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  • East and south Ben Vrackie has many plants concentrated round one fairly small crag - purple oxytropis, Alpine milk vetch and scottish asphodel.
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  • Bright blue milkwort and yellow Horseshoe Vetch bedecking the downland slopes.
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  • The Vetch Field boss has revealed he still wants to make one more appointment - a chief scout.
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  • Wood Whites visit a wide range of nectar sources including greater stitchwort, wood forget-me-not, birdsfoot trefoil, bitter vetch and bugle.
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  • Report by Peter Talbot-Elsden 15 May 2005 A Kestrel and Crow simultaneously mobbed a stoat on the Horseshoe Vetch covered slopes of Mill Hill.
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  • Swansea City chairman Steve Hamer was today dumped from office in a Vetch Field boardroom upheaval.
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  • Rare species recorded for the site include wood vetch, toothwort, bird's-nest orchid and juniper.
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  • Applied on fertility leys in the autumn before sowing vetch and before beans.
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  • Phillips left the vetch in similar circumstances and joined ex-Swans assistant manager Peter Nicholas at Newport.
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  • It has broader leaflets (to increase photosynthesis in shady conditions) than the tufted vetch.
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  • The reserve is noted for its display of yellow horseshoe vetch in spring, visible for miles.
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  • Locally dropwort and kidney vetch may be found, both species rare in the Dales.
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  • The rare wood vetch grows on the side of the gorge and there is an old record for small cow wheat.
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  • Small virus-like particles containing single-stranded DNAs associated with milk vetch dwarf disease in Japan.
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  • Upon the exposed mountain slopes a species of rhubarb (Rheum Ribes) is noticeable, and also a vetch (Vicia canescens) excellent for sheep. The spring vegetation, which lasts until July, appears to be rich, especially as regards showy plants, such as Corydalis, Gagea, Colchicum, Puschkinia, Geranium, Ornithogalum, &c. The flora of the highest ridges, along the edges of the snow patches, exhibits no forms related to the northern alpine flora, but suggestions of it are found in a Draba, an Androsace, an Alsine and a violet, occurring, however, only in local species.
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  • Bradley Maylett found himself being farmed out to the less salubrious surroundings of Swansea City 's Vetch Field on a free transfer.
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  • Rushden boss Brian Talbot has a defensive headache for the season opener against Swansea at Vetch Field.
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  • Report by Peter Talbot-Elsden 15 May 2005 A Kestrel and Crow simultaneously mobbed a Stoat on the Horseshoe Vetch covered slopes of Mill Hill.
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  • Unusually there are tall herb ledges at low altitude with species such as wood vetch Vicia sylvatica and melancholy thistle Cirsium heterophyllum.
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  • It has broader leaflets (to increase photosynthesis in shady conditions) than the Tufted vetch.
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  • The unpaid bill put in by the police relates to four matches at Vetch field.
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  • Phillips left the Vetch in similar circumstances and joined ex-Swans assistant manager Peter Nicholas at Newport.
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  • Vetch Field chiefs are fuming about Sam Hammam 's intention to snub the competition from next season.
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  • But the biggest Vetch crowd of the season could hardly go home complaining, even if Boston grabbed a late consolation through Jason Lee.
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  • He was treated with fomentations made from leather bottles, and with heated vetch seeds over the whole body.
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  • Vetch Field director of football Brian Flynn canceled the Twerton Park friendly on Monday afternoon because he could not field a goalkeeper.
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  • Bitter Vetch (Orobus) - Often pretty plants of the Pea order, flowering usually in spring.
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  • Horseshoe Vetch (Hippocrepis Comosa) - A small prostrate British plant, with pretty little deep-yellow flowers, in coronilla-like crowns, the upper petal faintly veined with brown, the pinnate leaves small and leaflets smooth.
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  • Milk Vetch (Astragalus) - A large family of alpine and perennial leguminous plants, not many of which are valuable for the garden.
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