Swainsona is a large genus of flowering plants native to Australia and part of the family Fabaceae (legumes). The genus is named after English botanist Isaac Swainson. The most closely related genera are the New Zealand genera of Montigena (scree pea), Clianthus (kakabeak), and Carmichaelia (New Zealand broom).Selected species
Undifilum, a new genus for endophytic Embellisia oxytropis and parasitic Helminthosporium bornmuelleri on legumes.(Report)
Feb 01, 2009; Introduction Locoweed is the common name for a group of toxic plants in the genera Oxytropis and Astragalus (Fabaceae) endemic to...