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List of names matching "Cajanus cajan"
Status Name
accepted Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.
synonym Cajanus cajan (L.) Huth

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Cajanus cajan


Accepted name

Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

Synonyms

Cajan cajan (L.) Millsp.18
Cajan indorum Medik.3
Cajanus bicolor DC.3, 8, 13, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
Cajanus cajan (L.) Huth24
Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. var. bicolor (DC.)Purseglove24
Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. var. flavus (DC.)Purseglove24
Cajanus flavus DC.3, 8, 16, 21, 24, 25
Cajanus indicus Spreng.2, 6, 8, 9, 13, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27
Cajanus indicus Spreng. var. bicolor (DC.)Kuntze24
Cajanus indicus Spreng. var. flavus (DC.)Kuntze24
Cajanus indicus Spreng. var. maculatus Kuntze24
Cajanus inodorum Medik.24
Cajanus inodorus Medik.17
Cajanus luteus Bello3, 21, 24
Cajanus obcordifolius V. Singh24
Cajanus pseudo-cajan (Jacq.) Schinz & Guillaumin24
Cajanus striatus Bojer3, 8
Cytisus cajan L. (1753)3, 5, 8, 13, 15, 16, 20, 21, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
Cytisus guineensis Schum. & Thonn.3
Cytisus pseudo-cajan Jacq.24
Cytisus pseudocajan Jacq.3
Phaseolus balicus L.17

Taxonomy

Tribe: Phaseoleae;  Genus: Cajanus

Vernacular names

Ambarivatry (Madagascar)15; Ambatribe (Madagascar)15; Ambaty (Madagascar)15; Amberivatry (Madagascar)15; Ambote (Madagascar)15; Ambraty (Madagascar)15; Ambrevade (Madagascar)8; Ambrevade (Madagascar)32; Ambrevade (Madagascar)15; Ambrevate (Madagascar)15; Antsotry (Madagascar)15; Arahar (Hi)24; Arhar24; Arhar33; Arhar34; Congo Pea5; Congo Pea21; Congo Pea35; Congo Pea2; Dahl35; Dhal2; Frijol de Arbol29; Fr & #237; jol Quinchancho36; Gandul37; Gandul21; Gandures21; Golubinyi Gorokh (Rus)38; Guandul39; Guand£36; Guand£40; Gungo Pea5; Gungo Pea4; Ihora (Hi)24; Jinsonge (Po)40; Kayanus (Rus)38; Laher (Hi)24; Lenteja29; Nicla indyjska (Pl)40; Oroha (Hi)24; Oror (Hi)24; Pigeon pea (En)5; Pigeon pea (En)29; Pigeon pea (En)41; Pigeon pea (En)42; Pigeon pea (En)11; Pigeon pea (En)43; Pigeon pea (En)35; Pigeon pea (En)44; Pigeon pea (En)32; Pigeon pea (En)40; Pigeon pea (En)2; Pigeon pea (En)3; Pigeon pea (En)4; Pigeon Pea Bush41; Pigeonpea45; Pois Cajan32; Pois Cajan46; Pois Cajan3; Pois Congo39; Pois d'Angole (Fr)41; Pois d'Angole (Fr)32; Pois d'Angole (Fr)40; Pois d'Angolie39; Pwa Angole41; Quinchonchillo22; Quinchoncho22; Rahar35; Red Gram11; Red Gram35; Red Gram2; Strauchbohne (Ge)40; Straucherbse (Ge)40; Taubenerbse (Ge)40; Tur (Hi)24; Tur (Hi)33; Tur (Hi)34; Tuver (Hi)24; Tuver (Hi)33

Descriptors

Perennial non-climbing shrub;  cultigen not known in the wild

Uses

Chemical products33; Domestic45; Domestic15; Environmental31; Environmental13; Environmental45; Environmental47; Environmental38; Food and Drink10; Food and Drink11; Food and Drink12; Food and Drink35; Food and Drink13; Food and Drink45; Food and Drink33; Food and Drink48; Food and Drink15; Food and Drink47; Food and Drink38; Forage13; Forage45; Forage33; Forage15; Forage47; Medicine11; Medicine13; Medicine48; Medicine15; Miscellaneous12; Wood45; Wood15; Domestic3; Environmental3; Food and Drink3; Forage3; Medicine3; Domestic49; Environmental49; Food and Drink49; Forage49; Medicine49

Notes

Three botanical varieties: see var. bicolor; var. cajan and var. flavus.; TROPICOS Specimen, Bolivia - 01117805; Maps of full world distribution in van der Maesen.; Some information listed under Cajanus bicolor e.g. in Colombia.36; Simultaneous use as food, fodder & fuel make it a crop with a bright future.45; Useful for intercropping, being hardy and able to ameliorate soils.45; Important in small-scale farming in many mainly semi-arid regions.45; A major pulse crop in the tropics and subtropics.45; World production of the order of 2 M tonnes.45; India contributes over 90% of the crop.45; Other centres are in eastern Africa and the Caribbean.45; Over 11, 000 accessions in the Genetic Resources Unit at ICRISAT.45; Chinese National Herbarium specimen - Hainan - Nian-xun Chen 409750; Chinese National Herbarium specimen - Guangdong - Zhi Huang 3884750; Chinese National Herbarium specimen - Yunnan - Shen-e Liu 0181950; Chinese National Herbarium specimen - Fujian - Pu-qin Zhong 28250; Chinese National Herbarium specimen - Sichuan - S. Coll. 2013750; Cultivated as food plant for the lac insect (shellac).51; A prehistoric introduction.52; In "Flora URSS" & "Flora of Cultivated Plants" this species is treated as C.47; In "Flora URSS" & "Flora of Cultivated Plants" this species is treated as C.38; indicus47; indicus38; Widely cultivated throughout the tropics.2; Frequently confused with the lentil.2; Originated in India, now cultivated in all tropical areas.3; Assumed to originate in India.3; Perenial, but cultivated as an annual.3


Geographical records

Africa2, 3, 8, 53:   Angola-ISO(I)3, Benin(I)3, Burundi(I)54, Cameroon(I)54, Chad(I)55, Djibouti(I)53, Egypt(I)3, Ethiopia(I)56, Ghana(I)3, Guinea(I)3, Guinea Bissau(I)3, Ivory Coast(I)3, Kenya(I)1, Liberia(I)3, Malawi(I)3, Mali(I)3, Mozambique(I)3, Niger(I)57, Nigeria(I)3, Rwanda(I)58, Sao Tome & Principe(I)59, Senegal(I)3, Sierra Leone(I)3, South Africa(I)3, Sudan(I)3, Swaziland(I)3, Tanzania(I)1, Togo(I)3, Uganda(I)1, Zaire(I)3, Zambia(I)60, Zimbabwe(I)3

Argentina:   Corrientes3, Tucuman3

Asia2, 3, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, 23, 30, 50, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92:   Afghanistan(I)62, Azerbaijan(I)66, Bangladesh(I)3, Bhutan(I)12, Cambodia(I)30, China(U)3, 16, 50, East Timor(I)3, Gruzia(I)66, Hainan(U)3, 16, India(N)2, 3, 12, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, Indonesia-ISO(I)3, 91, Japan(I)3, Java(N)91, Laos(I)3, 30, Lesser Sunda Is(N)3, Malaysia-ISO(I)3, 63, Myanmar(I)3, Nepal(I)3, 14, 81, Pakistan(I)3, 10, Peninsular Malaysia(N)63, Philippines(I)3, Ryukyu Is(I)64, Singapore(I)92, Sri Lanka(I)3, 17, Sulawesi(N)3, Sumatra(N)3, Tadzhikistan(I)47, 66, Taiwan(U)16, 61, 65, Thailand(I)3, 23, Turkmenistan(I)47, 66, Uzbekistan(I)47, 66, Vietnam(I)3, 30

Australasia2, 3, 93:   Australia(I)3, 93, Papua New Guinea(I)2

Australia:   New South Wales93, Queensland93

Azerbaijan:   Azerbaijan*66, 94, Nakhichevan66, 94

Brazil:   Bahia3, Mato Grosso3, Mato Grosso do Sul3, Minas Gerais3, Para3, Pernambuco3, Rio De Janeiro3, Rio Grande do Sul3, Santa Catarina3, Sao Paulo3

Caribbean3, 4, 5, 21, 25, 37, 39, 41, 43:   Anguilla(I)41, Antigua-Barbuda(I)41, Bahamas(I)43, Barbados(I)41, Cayman Is(I)4, Cuba(I)3, 37, Dominica(I)41, Dominican Republic(I)39, Grenada(I)41, Guadeloupe(I)25, 41, Haiti(I)39, Jamaica(I)5, Martinique(I)25, 41, Montserrat(I)41, Netherlands Leeward Is(I)41, Puerto Rico(I)21, St Kitts-Nevis(I)41, St Lucia(I)41, St Martin-St Barthelemy(I)41, St Vincent(I)41, Trinidad & Tobago(I)3, Venezuelan Antilles(I)3

Central America3, 95, 96, 97:   Belize(I)3, 98, Costa Rica(I)3, El Salvador(I)3, 96, Guatemala(I)3, Honduras(I)3, Mexico (North & Central)(I)3, Mexico (South East)(I)3, 95, Nicaragua(I)3, 97, Panama(I)3, 20

China:   Fujian16, 50, Guangdong16, 50, Guangxi3, 16, Hunan16, Jiangsu16, Jiangxi16, Sichuan16, 50, Yunnan16, 50, Zhejiang16

Comoro Is:   Anjouan I99

Gruzia:   Abkhazia47, 66, Adzharia47, 66

India:   Andhra Pradesh67, Arunachal Pradesh72, Assam82, Bihar83, Delhi84, Goa75, Gujarat68, Haryana85, Himachal Pradesh77, Jammu-Kashmir73, Karnataka69, Kerala86, Madhaya Pradesh87, Maharashtra76, Manipur78, Meghalaya80, Mizoram80, Nagaland80, Orissa88, Pondicherry80, Punjab89, Rajasthan71, Sikkim12, Tamil Nadu70, Tripura74, Uttar Pradesh79, West Bengal90, Yanan80

Indian Ocean3, 8, 11, 12, 15, 24, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103:   Comoro Is(I)99, 100, Laccadive Is(I)103, Madagascar(I)3, 15, Mauritius(I)3, 102, Mayotte(I)99, 100, Reunion(I)8, Rodrigues(I)101, Seychelles(I)11, 101

Mauritius:   Agalega I102

Mexico (North & Central):   Baja California Sur3, Jalisco3, Oaxaca3, Veracruz3

Mexico (South East):   Yucatan3

Middle East3, 62:   Oman(I)62, Turkey in Asia(I)3, Yemen(I)62

North America3, 18, 104:   United States(I)3, 18, 104, 105, 106

Pacific Ocean2, 3, 32, 35, 44, 64, 107, 108, 109:   Bismarck Archipelago(I)2, Fiji(I)35, 107, Guam(I)3, Hawaii(I)3, 108, Nauru(I)109, Niue(I)44, Northern Marianas(I)109, Ogasawara-Shoto(I)64, Society Is(I)32

South America3, 36, 110, 111:   Argentina(I)3, Bolivia(I)111, Brazil(I)3, 27, Colombia(I)3, 36, Ecuador(I)3, 19, French Guiana(I)3, 28, Guyana(I)110, Paraguay(I)3, Peru(I)3, Surinam(I)3, Venezuela(I)22

United States:   Florida18, 104, Louisiana3, Texas3

(N = native, I = introduced, U = uncertain status)

Habitats (for Africa only)

Zambezian anthropic landscapes1; Sudanian anthropic landscapes1; Somalia-Masai anthropic landscapes1; Cultivated1; Cultivated29

Literature citations

Description1, 2, 3, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 29, 30, 38, 39, 43, 46, 47, 51, 61, 63, 91, 93, 97, 101, 112, 113, 114;  Distribution3, 47;  Illustration1, 2, 3, 12, 13, 16, 22, 24, 30, 39, 41, 43, 47, 56, 58, 61, 65, 93, 112

Sources

2005 (Indian Ocean) Lock JM & Ireland H (JS2005);     Coordinator: 2001-03 van der Maesen

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Rhizobia

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