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By Shyam S Yadav, R R Redden, W Chen, Balram Sharma

The chickpea is an historical crop that continues to be vital in either built and constructing countries. This authoritative account via foreign specialists covers all points of chickpea breeding and administration, and the built-in pest administration and biotechnology purposes which are vital to its development. With subject matters lined together with beginning and taxonomy, ecology, distribution and genetics, this e-book combines the various and sundry examine matters impacting on construction and usage of the chickpea crop on its trip from paddock to plate.

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Stockholm, andra ser. 1: 510 (1952). Type: Syria, Azaz, Haradjian 4442 (Holo: G). Prostrate to erect annual, 10–30 cm tall. Leaves imparipinnate, (13−)18– 25(−44) mm long, with (3−)5(−7) oblong-obovate or obovate leaflets, (5−)7– 12(−18) × 3–8 mm. Stipules ovate-lanceolate or flabellate, 2–5 × 1–2 mm. Racemes 1-flowered, corolla pink or purple. Seeds subglobular, circumference 7–12 mm, echinate. Flowering (April–)May–June. 2n = 16. N, W Iran, N Iraq, N Syria, SE Turkey; 500–1300 m. 8. C. canariense A.

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