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Details for: Vigna radiata

Source: ILDIS World Database of Legumes 2010. (copyright © ILDIS).

Name: Vigna radiata (L.) R. Wilczek
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Fabales Bromhead
                              Familia - Fabaceae Lindl.
                                   Tribus - Phaseoleae
                                        Genus - Vigna Savi
Synonyms: Azukia radiata (L.) Ohwi
Phaseolus abyssinicus Savi
Phaseolus aureus Roxb.
Phaseolus hirtus Retz.
Phaseolus radiatus L.
Phaseolus trinervius Wight & Arn.
Rudua aurea (Roxb.) F. Maek.
Phaseolus radiatus var. aurea (Roxb.)
Phaseolus radiatus var. typicus Prain
Vigna radiata var. dublobata (Roxb.) Verdc.
Misapplied names: "Phaseolus mungo" sec. auct. fl. As. Med.
Comments: In "Flora URSS", "Flora of Cultivated Plants", Introduced to japan from India., Kept separate from V.mungo for convenience., Of ancient origin in SE Asia., Recently introduced to research stations on the Mascarenes (Polhill, 1990)., Scarcely different from V.mungo but produce different crops.
Common names: Amberique (), Atly Lobya (Azerbaijan), Bourbour (French), Fagiolo Mungo (Italian), Fagiolo Semi Verdi (Italian), Fasol Zolotistaya (Russian), Fasola Zlota (Polish), Golden Gram (English), Greed Gram (English), Green Gram (English), Haricot Dore (French), Jerusalem-Bohne (German), Mash (Russian), Mung Bean (English), Mung-bean (English), Mung-Bohne (German), Pois De Ieruzalem (French), Vigna Luchistaya (Russian)[Credits]
Conservation Status: Not Threatened
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: [Ab(A N) Mo Rf(CS S) Uk(U)]
Use: Environmental, Food and Drink, Forage, Medicine

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