The family of beans, peas, and lentils.
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The vegetables belonging to the bean family; namely, beans, peas, and lentils.
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The large family of plants, leguminosae, including many with edible parts. most species harbor nitrogen-fixing bacteria on their roots. Several species, like the vetches, cause lathyrism, favism, and other forms of poisoning of cattle or people. Other species yield useful materials like gums from acacia and various lectins like phytohemagglutinin f
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Family of plants that have seeds growing in pods.
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A family of plants that has nodules on the roots to enable them to fix nitrogen from the atmosphere. Legumes are high in protein and bear their seeds in a pod (i.e., clover, alfalfa, cowpea).
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A family of plants, including many valuable food, forage and cover species, such as peas, beans, soy
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Dried beans and peas.
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family of plants bearing seeds in a pod.
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