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Details for: Vicia faba


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

Name: Vicia faba L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 737. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Fabales Bromhead
                              Familia - Fabaceae Lindl.
                                   Tribus - Vicieae
                                        Genus - Vicia L.
                                            
Geo-Search:
Synonyms: Faba bona Medik.
Faba equina Medik.
Faba faba (L.) House
Faba major Desf.
Faba minor Roxb.
Faba sativa Bernh.
Faba vulgaris Moench
Orobus faba Brot.
Vicia esculenta Salisb.
Vicia vulgaris Gray
Included taxa: Vicia faba var. minor Beck
Vicia faba L. subsp. faba
 
Comments: Cultivated in the Mascarenes., Favism is fairly common in the Mediterranean area., Ingestion of raw material causes Favism, a haemolytic anaemia., Most of authors treated this species as Vicia faba, Once an individual is sensitized attacks can occur from inhaling pollen., Probably originates from West Asia. Cultivated.
Common names: aba (Euskera), abaño (Euskera), abera (Aragonese), Ackerbohne (German), Acker-Wicke (German), alubia (Spanish, Castillian), alvera (Spanish, Castillian), baba (Euskera), babá (Euskera), baba beltz (Euskera), baba handi (Euskera), baba zuri (Euskera), Bob (Polish), Bob (Roumanian), Bokla (), Bondbona (Swedish), Broad Bean (English), cartuchillo (Spanish, Castillian), cigarranchos (Asturian), English Bean (English), faba (Aragonese), faba (Catalan), faba (Galician), faba (Portuguese), faba (Spanish, Castillian), faba (Valencian), Faba Bean (English), faba castellana (Galician), faba loba (Galician), fabaca (Galician), faballón (Galician), fabas (High Aragonese), fabas lobas (Galician), fabeca (Galician), fabeira ordinaria (Portuguese), fabera (Aragonese), fabera (Catalan), fabera (Galician), fabera (Majorcan), fabera (Spanish, Castillian), fabes (Spanish, Castillian), fabes de mayu (Asturian), faboca (Galician), faboco (Galician), fabolines (Spanish, Castillian), fabón (Galician), fabones (Asturian), fabones (Spanish, Castillian), fabons (Galician), fava (Catalan), fava (Galician), fava (Majorcan), fava (Portuguese), fava (Valencian), Fava Bean (English), Fava Cavalina (Italian), fava cavalinha (Portuguese), fava de Holanda (Portuguese), fava de mazagâo (Portuguese), fava ordinária (Portuguese), fava roxa (Portuguese), favallón (Galician), favallón (Portuguese), fave (Majorcan), faveira (Galician), faveira (Portuguese), favera (Catalan), favera (Majorcan), faves (Catalan), faves (Valencian), faves mascles (Valencian), favó (Catalan), favolí (Catalan), favonera (Catalan), feixoca (Galician), feixoca (Portuguese), Feldbohne (German), Feve (), Feve De Calabar (French), Feve des Marais (French), Feves de Mardis (French), Field Bean (English), h.aba caballar (Asturian), h.abas (Asturian), h.abas de mayu (Asturian), h.abas negras (Asturian), h.abonas (Asturian), h.abonas de mayu (Asturian), Haba (), haba (Aragonese), haba (Asturian), haba (Spanish, Castillian), haba blanca (Spanish, Castillian), haba caballar (Spanish, Castillian), haba caballuna (Spanish, Castillian), haba castellana (Spanish, Castillian), haba cochinera (Spanish, Castillian), haba común (Spanish, Castillian), haba de Castilla (Spanish, Castillian), haba de colmillo (Spanish, Castillian), haba de Cullar (Spanish, Castillian), haba de puercos (Spanish, Castillian), haba encarnada (Spanish, Castillian), haba gorda (Spanish, Castillian), haba grande (Spanish, Castillian), haba gruesa (Spanish, Castillian), haba mediana (Spanish, Castillian), haba moruna (Spanish, Castillian), haba negra (Spanish, Castillian), haba panesca (Spanish, Castillian), haba panesqueta (Spanish, Castillian), haba paniega (Spanish, Castillian), haba panosa (Spanish, Castillian), haba porcuna (Spanish, Castillian), haba porquina (Spanish, Castillian), haba redonda (Spanish, Castillian), haba tarraconense (Spanish, Castillian), haba tarragona (Spanish, Castillian), Habas (), habas (High Aragonese), habas (Spanish, Castillian), habas caballares (Spanish, Castillian), habas de Mayo (Spanish, Castillian), habas gordas (Spanish, Castillian), habas panosas (Spanish, Castillian), habera (Spanish, Castillian), habera (Valencian), habita (Spanish, Castillian), habita de Navarra (Spanish, Castillian), habones (Spanish, Castillian), habuca (Spanish, Castillian), habuco (Spanish, Castillian), Harkapapu (Finnish), Hastbona (Swedish), herbella (Galician), Horse Bean (English), jaba (Spanish, Castillian), jaruga (Spanish, Castillian), Konskie Boby (Russian), Lauka Pupas (Latvian), pedrolo (Galician), Pferdebohne (German), Pferde-Wicke (German), Pois Blanc (French), Polduba (Estonian), Puffbohne (German), Pupa (Lithuanian), Russkie Boby (Russian), Saubohne (German), Sau-Wicke (German), Small Bean (English), tabilla (Spanish, Castillian), Tick Bean (English), Vesce Feve (French), Windsor Bean (English), zoca (Galician)[Credits]
Conservation Status: Cultigen not known in the wild
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: [Ab(A N) Ag Ar Au(A) Be(B) Bl Br Bu By Co Cy Cz Da Eg Es Fa Fe Ga(F) Ge Gg(A D G) Gr Hb(E) He Ho Hs(S) Hu Is It Ju La Le Lt Lu Ma Mo No Po Rf(C CS E K N NW S) Rm Sa Sb Si(M S) Su Sy Tn Tu(A E) Uk(K U)]
Use: Environmental, Food and Drink, Forage, Medicine


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