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Vicia faba


Accepted name

Vicia faba L.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13

Synonyms

Faba bona Medik.13, 14
Faba equina Medik.13
Faba faba (L.) House14, 15
Faba major Desf.14
Faba minor Roxb.14
Faba sativa Bernh.15
Faba vulgaris Moench6, 7, 13, 14, 15
Orobus faba Brot.14
Vicia esculenta Salisb.14
Vicia vulgaris Gray14, 15

Taxonomy

Tribe: Vicieae;  Genus: Vicia

Vernacular names

Acker-Wicke (Ge)16; Ackerbohne17; Bakla (Hi)18; Baklasim (Hi)18; Bob (Ru)19; Bob (Ru)19; Bokilo (Tadzh)20; Bokla6; Bondbona (Sw)19; Broad Bean (En)21; Broad Bean (En)22; Broad Bean (En)6; Broad Bean (En)9; Broad Bean (En)23; Broad Bean (En)24; Broad Bean (En)24; Broad Bean (En)25; Broad Bean (En)18; English Bean (En)26; Faba Bean27; Faba Bean28; Fava Bean29; Fava cavalina (It)19; Faveira (Po)19; Feldbohne (Ge)19; Feve6; Feve26; Feve de Calabar (Fr)26; Feve des Marais30; Feves de Mardis31; Field Bean21; Field Bean22; Field Bean23; Field Bean18; Haba (Sp)19; Habas32; Harkapapu (Fi)19; Hastbona (Sw)19; Horse Bean22; Horse Bean29; Horse Bean23; Horse Bean19; Kala Matar (Hi)18; Konskie Boby (Rus)33; Lauka Pupas (Latv)34; Morin Shosh (Mong)35; Pferde-Wicke (Ge)16; Pferdebohne17; Pferdebohne19; Pois Blanc32; Polduba (Est)36; Puffbohne17; Puffbohne16; Pupa (Lit)37; Russkie Boby (Rus)38; Sau-Wicke (Ge)16; Saubohne17; Small Bean22; Tick Bean22; Tick Bean23; Vesce Feve (Fr)39; Windsor Bean29

Descriptors

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

Uses

Environmental22; Environmental27; Environmental28; Food and Drink22; Food and Drink7; Food and Drink8; Food and Drink23; Food and Drink33; Food and Drink28; Food and Drink18; Food and Drink12; Forage22; Forage8; Forage23; Forage33; Forage28; Forage40; Medicine22; Medicine28; Medicine18

Notes

Ingestion of raw material causes Favism, a haemolytic anaemia.41; Once an individual is sensitized attacks can occur from inhaling pollen.41; Favism is fairly common in the Mediterranean area.41; Cultivated in the Mascarenes.6; Probably originates from West Asia. Cultivated.7; Most of authors treated this species as Vicia faba42; Most of authors treated this species as Vicia faba33; Most of authors treated this species as Vicia faba43; Most of authors treated this species as Vicia faba44; Most of authors treated this species as Vicia faba45; Most of authors treated this species as Vicia faba46


Geographical records

Africa27:   Algeria(I)1, Chad(I)47, Egypt(I), Ethiopia(I)21, Kenya(I)48, Libya(I)1, Morocco(I)1, Rwanda(I)30, Sudan(I)27, Tunisia(I)1

Asia4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 22, 27, 40, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63:   Afghanistan(I)22, Armenia(I)42, Azerbaijan(I), China(I)11, 49, Gruzia(I)42, India(I)5, 8, 40, 52, 53, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, Indonesia-ISO(I)12, 50, Iran(I)22, Iraq(I)22, Japan(I)27, Java(N)12, Kazakhstan(I), Kirgizstan(I), Mongolia(I), Nepal(I)51, 55, Pakistan(I)8, Russia in Asia(I), Sri Lanka(I)4, Tadzhikistan(I), Uzbekistan(I)46, Vietnam(I)7

Australasia27:   Australia(I)27

Azerbaijan:   Azerbaijan*64, Nakhichevan64

Belarus:   Brest, Gomel, Grodno, Minsk, Mogilev, Vitebsk

Caribbean27, 32:   Dominican Republic(I)27, 32, Haiti(I)32

Central America14, 65, 66:   Costa Rica(U)67, Guatemala(U)14, 68, Mexico (North & Central)(U)14, 66, Mexico (South East)(U)14, 65

Europe1, 2, 17, 24, 27, 69, 70, 71, 72:   Austria(I)2, Balearic Is(I)1, Belarus(I)43, Belgium(I)2, Bulgaria(I)1, Corsica(I)1, Czech Republic & Slovakia(I)69, Denmark(I)2, Estonia(I)36, Faroe Is(I)2, Finland(I)2, former Yugoslavia(I)1, France(I)1, Germany(I)17, 72, Great Britain(I)24, Greece(I)27, Hungary(I)2, Iceland(I)2, Ireland(I)1, Italy(I)1, Latvia(I)34, Lithuania(I)37, Malta(I)1, Moldova(I)73, Netherlands(I)71, Norway(I)70, Poland(I)2, Portugal(I)1, Romania(I)2, Russia in Europe(I), Sardinia(I)1, Sicily(I)1, Spain(I)1, Spitzbergen(I)2, Sweden(I)2, Switzerland(I)2, Turkey in Europe(I)2, Ukraine(I)74

India:   Assam63, Bihar56, Delhi57, Haryana58, Himachal Pradesh53, Jammu-Kashmir8, Madhaya Pradesh59, Orissa60, Punjab61, Rajasthan40, Tamil Nadu52, Uttar Pradesh54, West Bengal62

Indian Ocean6, 75, 76:   Comoro Is(I)75, 76, Mauritius(I)6

Kirgizstan:   Frunze77, Osh77

Middle East1, 22, 78:   Cyprus(I)1, Kuwait(I)22, Lebanon(I), Syria(I), Turkey in Asia(I)1, Yemen(I)78

Mongolia:   Dornod35, Khenti35, Selenge35, Tuv35

North America27, 79:   Canada(I)27, 79, United States(I)14, 80

Pacific Ocean9, 25:   Fiji(I)25, New Zealand (North)(I)9, New Zealand (South)(N)9

Russia in Asia:   Adygea81, Checheno-Ingushetia81, Chelyabinsk82, Dagestan81, Kabardino-Balkaria81, Karacheyevo-Cherkessia81, Krasnodar81, Kurgan82, 83, 84, Stavropol81, Sverdlovsk82, Tyumen82

Russia in Europe:   Arkhangelsk85, Astrakhan86, Bashkiria87, Belgorod87, Bryansk87, Chuvashia87, Gorki87, Ivanovo87, Kalinin87, Kaliningrad88, Kalmykia89, Kaluga87, Kirov90, 91, Komi85, Komi-Permyak92, Kostroma87, Kuibyshev87, Kursk87, Leningrad93, Lipetsk87, 94, Mari87, Mordovia87, Moscow87, Novgorod93, Orel87, Orenburg95, Penza87, Perm92, Pskov93, Rostov-Don96, Ryazan87, Saratov87, Smolensk87, Tambov87, Tataria97, Tula87, Udmurtia87, Ulyanovsk87, Vladimir87, Volgograd96, Vologda98, Voronezh87, Yaroslavl87

South America27:   Argentina(I)27, Bolivia(I)27, Brazil(I)27, Colombia(U)99, Ecuador(I)27, Paraguay(I)27, Peru(U)100, Uruguay(I)27

Tadzhikistan:   Dushanbe20, Gorno-Badakshan20, 101, Leninabad20

Ukraine:   Cherkassy, Chernigov, Chernovtsy, Dnepropetrovsk, Donetsk, Ivano-Frankovsk, Kharkov, Kherson, Khmelnitski, Kiev, Kirovograd, Krym45, 102, Lvov, Nikolaev, Odessa, Poltava, Rovno, Sumy, Ternopol, Vinnitsa, Volynia, Zakarpatskaya, Zaporozhye, Zhitomir

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

Habitats (for Africa only)

Cultivated1

Literature citations

Description2, 7, 9, 11, 12, 21, 22, 23, 32, 33, 59, 103, 104;  Distribution104;  Illustration23, 36, 45, 104, 105, 106

Sources

2005 (Indian Ocean) Lock JM & Ireland H (JS2005);     Coordinator: 2005-10 von Raab-Straube E - (German vern. names)

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Nomenclature

TROPICOS nomenclatural database at Missouri Botanical Garden (W3TROPICOS)

Flora Europaea database at RBG Edinburgh

APNI (Australian Plant Name Index): nomenclatural database in Canberra

Herbarium records

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

Rhizobia

database of root-nodule bacteria at RIKEN, Japan



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