Medicago polymorpha: 1 definition

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Source: Google Books: CRC World Dictionary (Latin names; Binomial nomenclature)

Medicago polymorpha L. is the name of a plant defined in various botanical sources. This page contains potential references in modern medicine, Ayurveda, and other local traditions or folk medicine. It has the following synonyms: Medicago apiculata Willd., Medicago denticulata Willd., Medicago denticulata Boiss., Medicago hispida Gaertn., Medicago hispida Gaertn. var. confinus (W.D.J. Koch) Burnat, Medicago hispida Gaertn. var. nigra L., Medicago lappacea Desr., Medicago loretii Albert, Medicago nigra (L.) Krock., Medicago nigra (L.) Krock. subsp. microcarpa (Urb.) O. Bolos & Vigo, Medicago nigra (L.) Krock. var. nigra (L.) Krock., Medicago pentacycla DC., Medicago polycarpa Godr. & Gren., Medicago polycarpa Godr. & Gren. subsp. polymorpha (L.) Cadevall & Sallent, Medicago polycarpa Godr. & Gren. subsp. reticulata (Benth.) Coste, Medicago polymorpha L. var. apiculata (Willd.) Ooststr. & Reichg., Medicago polymorpha L. subsp. hispida (Gaertn.) Ponert, Medicago polymorpha L. subsp. lappacea (Desr.) Bonafe, Medicago polymorpha L. var. nigra L., Medicago polymorpha L. subsp. polycarpa Romero Zarco, Medicago polymorpha L. var. vulgaris (Benth.) Shin, Medicago reticulata Benth., Medicago terebellum Willd..

References regarding Medicago polymorpha L. for further research on medicinal uses or toxicity:

· Species Plantarum.
· Flora Orientalis
· Flore des Alpes Maritimes (1896)
· Synopsis der Mitteleuropäischen Flora (1907)
· Recent Res. Pl. Sci.. (1979)
· Bocconea (1992)
· Willdenowia (1996)
· Canad. Journal of Botany (1996)
· Egypt. Journal of Botany (1997)

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