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Cicer arietinum


Accepted name

Cicer arietinum L.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16

Synonyms

Cicer album hort.3
Cicer arientinium L.
Cicer arientinum L.
Cicer edessanum Bornm.13
Cicer grossum Salisb.1, 11, 13
Cicer nigrum hort.3
Cicer physodes Rchb.1, 11, 13
Cicer rotundum Alef.1, 11, 13
Cicer sativum Schkuhr1, 11, 13
Cicer sintenisii Bornm.13
Ononis crotalarioides M.E. Jones17

Taxonomy

Tribe: Cicereae;  Genus: Cicer

Vernacular names

Bengal Gram7; Bengal Gram18; Bengal Gram1; But (Hi)18; Catjang Arab19; Cece (It)20; Chana21; Chana18; Chick Pea22; Chick Pea6; Chick Pea7; Chick Pea23; Chick Pea24; Chick Pea18; Chick Pea25; Chickpea26; Chickpea1; Chunna (Hi)18; Cicer Tete-de-belier (Fr)27; Cieciorka (Pl)20; Dhale6; Garbanzo23; Garbanzo20; Garbanzo1; Garbanzo Bean1; Garvance1; Goyun Nokhud (Azerb)28; Gram6; Gram7; Gram18; Gram1; Grao de bica (Po)20; Hummus1; Kahviherne (Fi)20; Katjang Arab19; Kichererbse (Ge)20; Konda-Kadala (Sinh)2; Nakhud (Tadzh)29; Naut (Ru)20; Nekhut (Mold)30; Nokhud (Turkm)31; Nukhat (Uzb)32; Nut Barani (Rus)13; Nut Kulturnyi (Rus)12; Nut Pasyaouny (Bel)33; Nut Rogoobraznyi (Rus)12; Nut Zvychainyi (Ukr)34; Pois Chiche6; Pois Chiche1; Pois-chiche (Fr)27; Sejamasis Avinzirnis (Lit)35; Shubuun Khoshuu (Mong)16; Sier Vochkhari (Arm)36; Tarimal Banduukhai (Mong)16; Turetzki Gorokh (Rus)30

Descriptors

Annual non-climbing herb;  cultigen not known in the wild

Uses

Environmental13; Food and Drink22; Food and Drink6; Food and Drink7; Food and Drink23; Food and Drink21; Food and Drink18; Food and Drink13; Forage22; Forage37; Forage13; Medicine22; Medicine18; Miscellaneous18; Chemical products1; Environmental1; Food and Drink1; Forage1; Medicine1

Notes

Research aspects monographed in M.C. Saxena & K.B. Singh (eds) 1987.38; Probably originated in SW Asia but its native area obscured by cultivation.22; 'Chickpea' (one word, no hyphen) is the preferred vernacular name spelling.3; An important pulse crop worldwide.39; World production about 9-10 M hectares.39; Yields of c 700 kg/ha are rising, but still far below potential.39; The two main cultivar groups are know as 'Desi' and 'Kabuli' types.39; ICRISAT (India) holds Desi-type germplasm collections.39; ICARDA (Syria) holds Kabuli-type germplasm collections.39; Unknown in wild state.19; Unknown in wild state.11; Probably native of SE Anatolia19; Probably native of SE Anatolia11; Widely cultivated in warm areas. In Mongolia under experimental cultivation40; only40; Alien to Kemerovo Province (old record): near Stalinsk (= Kuznetsk)-41; Veryugina & Elizarieva, 193241


Geographical records

Africa6, 11, 22, 42:   Algeria(I)1, Egypt(I)1, Ethiopia(I)1, 6, Kenya(I)43, Libya(I)42, Madeira(I)22, Morocco(I)1, Somalia(I)43, Sudan(I)1, Tanzania(I)44, Tunisia(I)1, Uganda(I)1, Zaire(I)43, Zimbabwe(I)43

Asia1, 2, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 22, 26, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72:   Afghanistan(N)22, 48, Armenia(I)8, Azerbaijan(I), Bhutan(I)49, China(N)10, 46, Gruzia(I), India(I)1, 6, 49, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, Indonesia-ISO(I)26, Iran(N)1, Iraq(N)1, Java(N)26, Kazakhstan(I), Kirgizstan(I), Mongolia(I), Myanmar(I)1, Nepal(I)1, 9, 62, Pakistan(U)1, 7, Russia in Asia(I), Sri Lanka(I)2, Taiwan(N)10, 47, Turkmenistan(I), Uzbekistan(I)32

Australasia22, 73:   Australia(I)22, 73, Papua New Guinea(N)45

Australia:   Western Australia73

Azerbaijan:   Azerbaijan*8

Belarus:   Brest74, Gomel74, Grodno74, Minsk74, Mogilev74, Vitebsk74

Caribbean75:   Caribbean-TRP(I)76, 77, 78, Dominican Republic(I)75, Haiti(I)75

Central America1, 17:   Costa Rica(I)79, Guatemala(I)80, Mexico (North & Central)(I)17

China:   Gansu10, Hebei10, Nei Mongol Zizhiqu10, Quinghai10, Shaanxi10, Shandong10, Shanxi10, Zhejiang10

Europe1, 11, 22, 42:   Albania(I)42, Balearic Is(I)42, Belarus(I), Bulgaria(I)1, Corsica(U)42, Crete(I)42, Estonia(I)81, former Yugoslavia(I)1, France(I)1, Greece(I)1, Italy(I)1, Lithuania(I)35, Moldova(I)30, 82, Portugal(I)1, Romania(I)22, Russia in Europe(I), Sardinia(U)42, Sicily(U)42, Spain(I)1, Ukraine(I)

Gruzia:   Abkhazia83, Gruzia*8

India:   Andhra Pradesh72, Arunachal Pradesh56, Assam63, Bihar71, Daman61, Delhi64, Diu61, Goa61, Gujarat52, Haryana65, Himachal Pradesh60, Jammu-Kashmir57, Karnataka53, Kerala61, Madhaya Pradesh66, Maharashtra59, Manipur61, Meghalaya61, Mizoram61, Nagaland61, Orissa67, Pondicherry61, Punjab68, Rajasthan55, Sikkim49, Tamil Nadu54, Tripura58, Uttar Pradesh70, West Bengal69, Yanan61

Indian Ocean6, 84, 85:   Mauritius(I)6, 84, Rodrigues(I)85

Kazakhstan:   Alma-Ata86, Chimkent86, Dzhambul86, Semipalatinsk86, 87

Kirgizstan:   Frunze88, Osh88

Middle East1, 22, 42, 48:   Cyprus(I)42, East Aegean Is (Greek)(U)42, Israel(N)1, Jordan(N)1, Lebanon(N)1, Oman(I)22, 48, Syria(N)1, Turkey in Asia(N)1, Yemen(I)22, 48

Mongolia:   Khenti16, Selenge16, Tuv16

North America6:   Canada(I)89, United States(I)6, 76, 90

Pacific Ocean21, 23, 91:   Fiji(I)21, Nauru(I)91, New Zealand (North)(I)23, New Zealand (South)(I)23

Russia in Asia:   Checheno-Ingushetia92, Dagestan93, Kabardino-Balkaria92, Kemerovo41, 87, Krasnodar92, Kurgan86, Severo-Osetia92, Stavropol92

Russia in Europe:   Belgorod94, Komi95, Kursk94, Lipetsk94, Mari96, Moscow97, Rostov-Don98, Tambov94, Volgograd99, Voronezh94

South America1:   Argentina(I)1, Bolivia(I)76, Chile(I)1, Colombia(I)100, Peru(I)101

Turkmenistan:   Ashkhabad102, Chardzhou102, 103, Krasnovodsk102, 103, Mary102

Ukraine:   Krym12, 34

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

Habitats (for Africa only)

Cultivated1

Literature citations

Description1, 6, 7, 10, 11, 13, 19, 22, 23, 26, 37, 44, 47, 49, 75, 78, 104, 105;  Distribution1, 15;  Illustration1, 6, 11, 13, 19, 23, 35, 44, 47, 49, 74, 75, 104, 106

Sources

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

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Flora Europaea database at RBG Edinburgh

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RNG (Morocco): The University of Reading Herbarium, Moroccan collections

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