Phenotypes of five transgenic lines of narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius [L] cv Merrit) stably transformed with the isopentenyl pyrophosphate transferase (ipt) gene from Agrobacterium tumefaciens coupled to a flower-specific promoter (TP12) from Nicotiana tabacum [L.] are described. Expression of the transgene was detected in floral tissues and in shoot apical meristems on all orders of inflorescence. In each transgenic line there was significant axillary bud outgrowth at all nodes on the main stem with pronounced branch development from the more basal nodes in three of the lines. The lowest basal branches developed in a manner similar to the upper stem axillary branches on cv Merrit and bore fruits, which, in two lines, contained a significant yield of filled seeds at maturity. Senescence of the cotyledons was delayed in all lines with green cotyledons persisting beyond anthesis in one case. IPT expression increased cytokinin (CK) levels in flowers, meristem tissues and phloem exudates ...
BOERSMA, Jeffrey G.; BUIRCHELL, Bevan J.; SIVASITHAMPARAM, Krishnapillai and YANG, Huaan. Development of two sequence-specific PCR markers linked to the le gene that reduces pod shattering in narrow-leafed Lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.). Genet. Mol. Biol. [online]. 2007, vol.30, n.3, pp.623-629. ISSN 1415-4757. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1415-47572007000400020.. Wild types of narrow-leaf lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.) have seed pods that shatter upon maturity, leading to the loss of their seeds before or during the harvest process. Two recessive genes have been incorporated into domesticated cultivars of this species to maximize harvest-ability of the produce. One of these genes is called lentus (le). Two microsatellite - anchored fragment length polymorphism (MFLP) candidate markers were identified as closely linked to the le gene in a recombinant inbred line (RIL) population derived from a domesticated x wild type cross. The candidate MFLP markers were isolated from the gel, re-amplified ...
Narrow-leafed lupin (NLL; Lupinus angustifolius L.) is an important grain legume crop that is valuable for sustainable farming and is becoming recognized as a human health food. NLL breeding is directed at improving grain production, disease resistance, drought tolerance and health benefits. However, genetic and genomic studies have been hindered by a lack of extensive genomic resources for the species. Here, the generation, de novo assembly and annotation of transcriptome datasets derived from five different NLL tissue types of the reference accession cv. Tanjil are described. The Tanjil transcriptome was compared to transcriptomes of an early domesticated cv. Unicrop, a wild accession P27255, as well as accession 83A:476, together being the founding parents of two recombinant inbred line (RIL) populations. In silico predictions for transcriptome-derived gene-based length and SNP polymorphic markers were conducted and corroborated using a survey assembly sequence for NLL cv. Tanjil. This ...
Project} Lupi-ZAV: Zuchtmaterialerstellung durch Erschließung und Selektion bisher nicht erfasster Anbau- und Verwertungsmerkmale in bisher nicht genutzten genetischen Ressourcen der Schmalblättrigen Lupine (Lupinus angustifolius L.). [Development of breeding material by analysis and selection of important cropping and usability characters in so far neglected genetic ressouces of narrow leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.).] Runs 2015 - 2018. Project Leader(s): Eickmeyer, Dr. Fred; Prüfer, Prof. Dr. Dirk and Baum, Dr. Christel. Bäthge, Juliane (2015) Ökologischer Landbau: Beitrag oder Bedrohung für die Welternährung? Analyse der Argumentationsstruktur. [Organic farming: Contribution or thread for the global food supply? Discourse analysis.] Masters thesis, Universität Rostock, Universität Göttingen . . [Submitted] Hofmeijer, Merel A.J.; Melander, Bo; Krawczyk, Roman; Salonen, Jukka; Verwijst, Theo; Zarina, L. and Gerowitt, Bärbel (2017) Problematic weed species in organic arable ...
Lupinus species and their derivatives are good candidates to be used as hypoglycaemic agents. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of supplementation with Lupinus albus dry extract in type 2 diabetic patients. The study included 47 adult patients (21 men and 26 women) with type 2 diabetes. While consuming their usual medication, patients received a daily dose of 400 mg of Lupinus albus dry extract during 12 weeks. Fasting and post meal test glucose and insulin were measured at baseline and after 2 and 12 weeks. Plasma lipids, Alanine and Aspartate aminotransferases activities and glycated haemoglobin were assessed at baseline and at the end of the supplementation period. Compared to baseline values, fasting and postprandial plasma glucose levels were decreased at 2 and 12 weeks. Blood glucose area under the curve significantly decreased after 2 weeks (p|0.01) and 12 weeks (p|0.05) of lupine administration. Fasting insulin concentrations (10.3±5.34 vs. 11.9±6.58; p|0.05) and homeostasis
Aluminum (Al) toxicity is one of the main factors limiting crop productivity in strongly acidic soils. Plant tolerance to Al toxicity has been widely studied even if the mechanisms involved in the plant response are yet not fully elucidated. White lupin is well known to release organic acids and flavonoids under nutrient deficiency, while less is known about its response to elevated Al concentrations. The aim of this work was therefore to shed light to the adaptive response of white lupin to Al toxicity, analysing the root exudate pattern. A pH buffer (MES) or inhibitor compounds were used in order to further investigate the mechanisms adopted by white lupin to release root exudates as response to Al toxicity. The results showed that not only organic acids but also phenolic compounds are involved in the response to elevated concentrations of Al together with the alkalinisation of the growth medium ...
Lupin nodule cells maintain their ability to divide for several cycles after being infected by endosymbiotic rhizobia. The conformation of the cytoskeletal elements of nodule cells was studied by fluorescence labelling, immunocytochemistry, and laser confocal and transmission electron microscopy. The dividing infected cells showed the normal microtubule and actin patterns of dividing plant cells. The clustered symbiosomes were tethered to the spindle-pole regions and moved to the cell poles during spindle elongation. In metaphase, anaphase, and early telophase, the symbiosomes were found at opposite cell poles where they did not interfere with the spindle filaments or phragmoplast. This symbiosome positioning was comparable with that of the organelles (which ensures organelle inheritance during plant cell mitosis). Tubulin microtubules and actin microfilaments appeared to be in contact with the symbiosomes. The possible presence of actin molecular motor myosin in nodules was analysed using a ...
Project no: RM 111-138-11 (decision of the Council of Ministers no149/2011). Project title: Improvement of national plant protein sources, their production, trading system and use in animal feeding. Research area 2: Increase in stability and yield quality of high protein legumes. 11 individual tasks. Co-ordinator: W. Święcicki. Consortium: 18 members. Duration: 9 August 2011 - 31 December 2015. Task 2.5: Grain legumes yield stability analysis to select genotypes lowering the cultivation risk. Task leader: W. Święcicki. Task 2.8: Identification of selected genes responsible for important agronomic traits and their functional characteristics in narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.). Task leader: M. Kroc. Task 2.9: Analysis of loci localization responsible for stem stiffness and ascochytose resistance in pea (Pisum sativum L.). Task leader: M. Gawłowska ...
International Journal of Agronomy is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes research articles and review articles on crop production and management, as well as crop science and physiology. The journal also focuses on crop disease and protection, agroclimatology and soil science. Articles demonstrating new methods and technologies are welcomed.
Gladstones, John Sylvester (1975) "Lupin breeding in Western Australia : the narrow-leaf lupin (Lupinus angustifolius)," Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4: Vol. 16 : No. 2 , Article 4 ...
Mediterranean region and Africa and included one new species, L. atlanticus Gladstones. He states that though there are few lupin species in the Mediterranean countries and Africa, their taxonomy for a long time has been too complicated. Gladstones identified the following species: L. albus L., L.angustifolius L., L. micranthus Guss., L. luteus L., L. hispanicus Boiss. et Reut., L. cosentini Guss., L. digitatus Forsk., L. princei Harms, L. pilosus Murr., L. palaestinus Boiss., L. atlanticus Gladstones and L. somaliensis Baker. He pointed out many errors in the previous descriptions of the listed species and described the same species anew mentioning all their synonyms and introducing corrections and changes in the taxonomy of the Mediterranean lupin species. Gladstones (1974) indicated two varieties in L. albus L.: var. albus and var. graecus (Boiss. et Sprun.) J. S. Gladstones. The majority of botanists had previously regarded L. graecus as a separate species. In «Flora Europeae» it held the ...
Mediterranean region and Africa and included one new species, L. atlanticus Gladstones. He states that though there are few lupin species in the Mediterranean countries and Africa, their taxonomy for a long time has been too complicated. Gladstones identified the following species: L. albus L., L.angustifolius L., L. micranthus Guss., L. luteus L., L. hispanicus Boiss. et Reut., L. cosentini Guss., L. digitatus Forsk., L. princei Harms, L. pilosus Murr., L. palaestinus Boiss., L. atlanticus Gladstones and L. somaliensis Baker. He pointed out many errors in the previous descriptions of the listed species and described the same species anew mentioning all their synonyms and introducing corrections and changes in the taxonomy of the Mediterranean lupin species. Gladstones (1974) indicated two varieties in L. albus L.: var. albus and var. graecus (Boiss. et Sprun.) J. S. Gladstones. The majority of botanists had previously regarded L. graecus as a separate species. In «Flora Europeae» it held the ...
The genus Lupinus L. and, in particular, its North American species, were divided by Sereno Watson (1873) into three sections: Lupinus, Platycarpos, and Lupinnelus. Differences in habitat and in the number of ovules were the basis for this classification. A majority of the perennial and annual species from the American continent described by Watson were referred to Lupinus. Some annual species with two ovules in the ovary and two seeds in the pod (L. densiflorus, L. microcarpus, etc.) were attributed to the Platycarpos section. Section Lupinnelus consisted of one species (L. uncialis), with axillary and solitary flowers, scarcely reflexed banner, and also with two ovules in the ovary. While Watsons work was predominantly based on study of North American species, the later research of Ascherson and Graebner (1907) extended his principle of classification to cover all lupins from the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, also using number of ovules (seedbuds) in the ovary (and thus of seeds in the ...
The genus Lupinus L. and, in particular, its North American species, were divided by Sereno Watson (1873) into three sections: Lupinus, Platycarpos, and Lupinnelus. Differences in habitat and in the number of ovules were the basis for this classification. A majority of the perennial and annual species from the American continent described by Watson were referred to Lupinus. Some annual species with two ovules in the ovary and two seeds in the pod (L. densiflorus, L. microcarpus, etc.) were attributed to the Platycarpos section. Section Lupinnelus consisted of one species (L. uncialis), with axillary and solitary flowers, scarcely reflexed banner, and also with two ovules in the ovary. While Watsons work was predominantly based on study of North American species, the later research of Ascherson and Graebner (1907) extended his principle of classification to cover all lupins from the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, also using number of ovules (seedbuds) in the ovary (and thus of seeds in the ...
Materials and methods. Biological material. Mature seeds of Lupinus campestris Schltdl. & Cham. (Lc) and Lupinus exaltatus Zucc (Le) were collected on September 20, 2014, at 2,866 and 3,066 m asl, respectively, in the region of the Serdán and Libres Valleys, Puebla, Mexico. Seeds of Lupinus montanus Kunth (Lm) were collected on November 8, 2[R1]014, at 3,442 m asl in the same region. Healthy seeds were selected and conserved at 4 °C for approximately two months before analysis. A topographic test using tetrazolium chloride was performed on the seeds prior to analysis. The percent viability was 93.3 % for L. exaltatus, 90.6 % for L. campestris and 96.6 % for L. montanus.. Pre-germination treatments. Before applying the pre-germination treatments, triplicate lots of 50 seeds of each species were disinfected with a 3 % sodium hypochlorite for 2 min (except treatment PG1) and washed with sterile distilled water. The pre-germination treatments were as follows: PG1, immersion in 98 % H2SO4 for 15 ...
The use of plant activators offers an exciting new approach for the enhancement of growth and yield in crops and ornamental plants. During a previous study, the effect of a Lupinus albus L. seed suspension (SS), a novel plant activator, was tested on different crops. Field trials indicated that SS application could be linked to improved growth and yield of agricultural as well as horticultural crops. The aim of this study was thus to confirm the results of Van der Watt (2005) by studying the effects of SS on photosynthesis and gene expression in wheat. When applied to Thatcher + Lr34 wheat, chlorophyll a fluorescence measurements indicated that unstressed plants were not dramatically affected by SS application. However, when placed under water and heat stress, SS treatment improved the actual photosynthetic ability of the plants by reducing photo-inhibition as measured by heat loss as opposed to the control treatment. On molecular level, three different techniques were used to confirm the ...
... Typha angustifolia Full to part sun, wet to moderately wet moisture level, adapted to a wide range of soils including clay, very strongly acid to moderately alkaline pH. 3-6 feet height, blooms in early summer, brown flowers, spreads by creeping rootstocks and by self-seeding. Germination Code: A. Plant in 3 cm. of water.…
Aim: The effect of the salt concentration of water on the productivity of Lupin plants over a fortnight.Hypothesis: Lupin plants that are watered with more salt will be least productive because an increased salt concentration in the water increases the...
ADVANCES IN GRAIN LEGUME UTILIZATION FOR PIG PRODUCTION R.L. DAVIES* SUMMARY In the ten year period to 1988-89 pig numbers in all significant Australian pig producing regions increased similarly. While an expanding variety of grain legumes has contributed to feed protein supplies, production increases have been greatest in Western Australia and least in Queensland and northern New South Wales. In the south eastern region, which accounts for almost 60% of Australian production, increased grain legume production has been an important factor in the industrys continued expansion. Current information on the utilization and limitations of grain legumes grown in each region is reviewed. Future development implications are discussed, with emphasis on plant/seed identification and stratification of research effort. (Key words: grain legumes, pigs) INTRODUCTIOM This paper reviews the changing pattern of grain legume production in Australia and its effects on pig production. It also summarizes current ...
Seedling recruitment and establishment are key stages in the growth and maintenance of viable plant populations. Lupinus perennis (Wild blue lupine) is a long-lived oak savanna indicator species and the sole larval food source for several endangered or threatened butterflies. Since L. perennis is known to respond favorably to fire, land managers use a mosaic of controlled burns and field mowings to improve habitat for both plant and butterflies. However, it is unknown whether lupine populations are successfully recruiting and establishing under this management. We quantified natural lupine seedling recruitment and establishment throughout seven sites with known management histories in the Oak Openings region of Northwest Ohio and collected a range of environmental measurements at each seedling and used initial seedling size as a proxy for emergence time. Seedling recruitment and establishment varied across the region. A large fall cohort of lupine seedlings was followed and found to have ...
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Buy Lupinus Tequila Flame from Sarah Raven: New lupin with good disease resistance, vigorous & tall, strong flower spikes which shouldnt need staking. Rich ruby-red & golden yellow flowers in mid-summer
Pictures of fabaceae wildflowers of West USA. Pale purple flowers of lupinus andersonii, Annie Creek Trail, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. High resolution version
Analysis of the amount and distribution of genetic variation can yield information about the number of introductions and history of an invasive species, which may be relevant for understanding the evolutionary potential and spread of invaders, as well as for creating best management practices for curbing them. We explored the genetic patterns and invasion history of the perennial, ornamental herb Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl. in Finland, where the species has spread rapidly during the past hundred years. Using 13 microsatellite loci, we determined the genetic variation of L. polyphyllus in 51 sites across a latitudinal gradient that reflected the invasion history of the species in this country. We found that the sampled populations were significantly genetically differentiated among sites, as indicated by the global F(ST) value (0.19) and AMOVA results (16.7 % of total genetic variation occurred among sites), and this differentiation slightly increased with increasing geographic distance (r = ...
USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Lupinus polyphyllus in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on 07-Oct-06 ...
Lupinus truncatus, a dicot, is an annual herb that is native to California and is found only slightly beyond California borders. ...
Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds., 1993. Flora of North America North of Mexico. Flora of North America Association, New York, NY, US and Oxford, UK ...
Plant-based proteins have overcome the hype to become a dietary preference for a large number of consumers. Will lupin protein market players realize the growing opportunities or surrender it to peers? FMI answers
Many of the 200 lupine (Lupinus) species are native to the western United States, while others originated in the Mediterranean and North Africa. All varieties have clusters of sweet pea-looking ...
In addition to their favourable nutritional profile, legumes also contain a range of bioactive compounds such as phenolic compounds and phytosterols which may protect against chronic diseases including cancer and cardiovascular disease. Germination of some legume seeds has been previously reported to increase the concentration of the bioactive compounds. In this study, the effect of germination of Australian Sweet Lupin (ASL) seeds for 9 days on the concentration of some bioactive compounds and the radical scavenging activity in the resulting flour was determined. The concentration of total phenolic compounds in methanolic extracts of germinated ASL flour was determined using Folin Ciocalteu reagent and phytosterols in oil extracts were analyzed by gas-liquid chromatography. The methanolic and oil extracts were also used to determine radical scavenging activity toward 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl. In the methanolic extracts of germinated ASL flour, phenolic contents and the antioxidant activity ...
Lupine (Lupinus perennis) are beautiful wildflowers that are found across North America. They have upright clusters of pink, purple or white flowers, and they are part of the Fabaceae family, related to beans, peas and clover. Lupine prefer full sun and do well in poor soils, and they are a rich nectar source for ...
Highwheel Bicycle. Davis is the only city in the United States that features a high-wheeled bicycle in its city logo. Davis is regularly named as the most "bicycle friendly" town in the United States by the League of American Bicyclists and various publications.. Learn more about how the highwheel bicycle became a symbol of the City of Davis.... Golden Lupine. In the 1970s, the City of Davis City Council designated the Golden Lupine as the official Davis City flower. Lupinus densiflorus var. aureus Ed Gedling (also referenced as Lupinus microcarpus ;var.densiflorus Ed Gedling) is native to the western portions of California.. In 1983, the late Mary Foley Benson, a highly respected scientific illustrator and artist donated an original watercolor of a Golden Lupine to the City of Davis.. Learn more about the Golden Lupine and Mary Foley Benson.... The Davis Song. The Davis Song was originally written by Heidi Bekebrede in 1987 and was pressed on 1000 red-vinyl 45 rpm records. Heidi and some ...
Plebejus lupini (Boisduval, 1869). The arrangement of taxa under this species should be considered tentative; some of these may represent species-level taxa. Annls. Soc. Entomol. Belg. 12: 46-47, no. 23; figured by Oberthür (1913), Étud. Lépid. Comp. 9(1): pl. 238, figs. 1961 ♂ D&V, 1962 ♀ D&V.. Original Combination: Lycaena lupini. Type Locality: "le sud de la Californie"; defined as "Gold Lake, Sierra County, California" by J. Emmel et al. (1998), Syst. W. N. Am. Butts. (2): 27.. Plebejus lupini argentata (J. Emmel, T. Emmel & Mattoon, 1998). Syst. W. N. Am. Butts. (14): 191-192, figs. 69 ♂ D, 70 ♂ V (holotpye), 71 ♀ D, 72 ♀ V.. Original Combination: Icaricia lupini argentata. Type Locality: "California: Inyo County; east end of Nelson Range; slope 0.2 air mile W of junction of Saline Valley Road and Hunter Mountain Road, 5950-6100 elevation". Types: Holotype in LACM. ...
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Shrubby perennial. Leaves are medium green, large and palmate, with lance-shaped leaflets to 5 inches long. Grown for their brilliant, upright racemes of
4. Biochemistry and molecular biology of alkaloid biosynthesis in plants. The enzymes involved in quinolizidine alkaloid formation in the Leguminosae plants were purified, and their enzymatic properties and distribution were investigated. We are currently studying to isolate cDNAs responsible for quinolizidine alkaloid biosynthesis from bitter and sweet varieties of Lupinus plants by differential screening between two varieties. The project for the production of anti-neoplastic camptothecin alkaloid in cell culture has been also conducted. We have established the hairy root culture that produced and excreted camptothecin, and isolated several genes involved in biosynthesis of camptothecin. We have isolated a set of genes which are specifically expressed only in the cells producing camptothecin and thus presumed to be involved in camptothecin formation by PCR-select subtraction. We are also investigating self-resistance mechanism of camptothecin-producing plants against toxicity of ...
Vita Age In is a complete line for face and body to fight ageing and delay the action of free radicals. The secret? Thymus Serpillus and Lupinus Albus extracts, which contain legume proteins and flavonoids, for an immediate tensing effect. In addition, the white grapes extract reinforces and protects the skin, while the vegetable ceramides and the pool of vitamins re-hydrate and regenerate the tissues. Vita Age In is a real elixir to prevent and reduce wrinkles. Nature, knowledge, progress, this is the companys secret for a lunga vita. Its the nature itself, together with the scientific progress, which provides the elements for a concrete and visible wellness ...
A very rich, firming and tightening face cream. Also ideal as a night cream.. Collagen Booster Cream Rich is an exceptionally rich cream that was specially developed to counteract loss of tissue firmness, reduce the depth of lines and strengthen the skins protective barrier.. For mature, dry skin: Collagen Booster Cream Rich is an exceptionally rich cream that counteracts loss of tissue firmness, reduces the depth of lines and helps to strengthen the skins protective barrier. Lends the complexion a smoother, fresher and more youthful appearance.. 50ml. INGREDIENTS. AQUA, ISOHEXADECANE, POLYGLYCERYL-3 POLYRICINOLEATE, SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS SEED OIL, DECYL OLEATE, CERA MICROCRISTALLINA, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII BUTTER, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED OIL, CETYL PALMITATE, SILICA DIMETHYL SILYLATE, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, PANTHENOL, PHENOXYETHANOL, CERA ALBA, MAGNESIUM SULFATE, PARFUM, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, LUPINUS ALBUS SEED EXTRACT, ALCOHOL, ALARIA ESCULENTA EXTRACT, LINALOOL, HEXYL ...
Habit: Annual 1--8 dm, sparsely to densely hairy; cotyledons disk-like, persistent, or leaving circular scar. Stem: clearly hollow, at least below. Leaf: petiole 3--15 cm; leaflets 5--11, generally 9, 10--50 mm, 2--12 mm wide, occasionally linear, adaxially glabrous. Inflorescence: 2--30 cm; peduncle 2--30 cm; pedicels 0.5--5 mm; bracts 3.5--12 mm, reflexed, persistent. Flower: 8--18 mm; calyx upper lip 2--6 mm, lower 5--10 mm, appendages generally 0; petals white to dark yellow, pink to dark rose, or lavender to purple, wings generally ciliate on upper (less often lower) margins near claw, keel upper margins ciliate, lower less so or glabrous near claw. Fruit: erect to spreading, often on 1 side of inflorescence, 1--1.5 cm, +- 10 mm wide, ovate, hairy. Seed: 2, tan to brown, generally mottled, wrinkled or smooth. Chromosomes: 2n=48 ...
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Flowers generally bisexual, generally bilateral; hypanthium generally flat or cup-like; sepals generally 5, fused; petals generally 5, free, or the 2 lower ± fused; stamens 1 many, often 10 with 9 filaments at least partly fused, 1 (uppermost) free; pistil 1, ovary superior, generally 1-chambered, ovules 1 many, style, stigma ...
A hardy winter annual native to Texas, 12-24 high. Adopted as the State Flower of Texas , this is the most commonly seen variety along roadsides and
Available: http://www.calflora.org/ (Accessed: Dec 12, 2017). The information on this page comes from diverse sources. None of the links are sponsored. ...
1.0 1.1 1.2 Roskov Y., Kunze T., Orrell T., Abucay L., Paglinawan L., Culham A., Bailly N., Kirk P., Bourgoin T., Baillargeon G., Decock W., De Wever A., Didžiulis V. (ed) (2014). Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2014 Annual Checklist.. Species 2000: Reading, UK.. Retrieved on 26 May 2014. ...
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With their brilliant colors and unusual bottle-brush flower spikes, lupine flowers (Lupinus spp.) can create an early summer focal point in the garden. These highly ornamental plants grow best in ...
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I love lupini beans. I lost 20 lbs and ate so much healthier when I replaced pasta, rice and other beans with lupini beans. I stopped eating them and put back on the weight. They really are a natural appetite suppressant and they helped me maintain my muscle while losing weight. I now go through the trouble of cooking and flavoring these great treats. Great article. For those who may have a peanut allergy these may not be for you. Otherwise, the beans are processed and unless they taste bitter they are fine.. ...