Metrics details Abstract Lotus creticus is a potentially important perennial legume for soil management in the Mediterranean climate. This plant is in focus of experimental research in different countries. The so-called Lotus creticus group is taxonomically problematic. Although some authors consider all members of the group as a single variable species, others segregate several species distinct from L. Recent morphological studies suggested that L. Two molecular phylogenetic studies published so far and based on one accession of L.
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Learn how and when to remove this template message Most species have leaves with five leaflets ; two of these are at the extreme base of the leaf, with the other three at the tip of a naked midrib. This gives the appearance of a pair of large stipules below a " petiole " bearing a trefoil of three leaflets — in fact, the true stipules are minute, soon falling or withering. The flowers are in clusters of three to ten together at the apex of a stem with some basal leafy bracts ; they are pea -flower shaped, usually vivid yellow, but occasionally orange or red. Taxonomy[ edit ] The genus Lotus is taxonomically complex. It has at times been divided into subgenera and split into segregate genera, but with no consistent consensus. Raven in is said to have been the first to suggest that the "New World" American and "Old World" African and Eurasian species did not belong in the same genus. A molecular phylogenetic study in based on nuclear ribosomal ITS sequences confirmed this view.
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