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Lupinus luteus

Lupinus luteus (*)

Classification System: APG IV

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Cladus: Angiosperms
Cladus: Eudicots
Cladus: Core eudicots
Cladus: Rosids
Cladus: Eurosids I
Ordo: Fabales

Familia: Fabaceae
Subfamilia: Faboideae
Tribus: Genisteae
Genus: Lupinus
Subgenus: Lupinus subg. Lupinus
Species: Lupinus luteus
Name

Lupinus luteus L., (1753). Type-protologue: In Siciliae arenosis. Herb. Linn. No 898-8. HT: LINN.

Heterotypic

Varietas, Subvarietas and Formae of Lupinus Luteus L.

Lupinus luteus f. bernatzkayae Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 30 (1990).
Lupinus luteus f. compactus Kazim. & Kaz., Lupins (Geogr., Classific., Genet. Res. & Breeding) 78 (2002).
Lupinus luteus f. golovczenkoi Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 30 (1990).
Lupinus luteus f. lukasheviczii Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 29 (1990).
Lupinus luteus f. ucrainicus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 29 (1990).
Lupinus luteus f. volovnenkoae Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 28 (1990).
Lupinus luteus' subsp. orientalis Kazim. & Kaz., in Acta Soc. Bot. Polon. 44(2): 173 (1975), nom. inval. sine typ.
Lupinus luteus subvar. chloroticus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 30 (1990).
Lupinus luteus subvar. leucospermus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 29 (1990).
Lupinus luteus subvar. ochroleucus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 30 (1990).
Lupinus luteus subvar. taranuchoi Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 29 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. albicans Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 31 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. arcellus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 28 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. aurantiacus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 30 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. aureus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 30 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. citrinus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 29 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. cremeus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 29 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. croceus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 30 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. kazimierskii Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 28 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. leucimelanus Taran (1980), Cел. и сем. люп.: 34, nom. illeg.
Lupinus luteus var. leucospermus Köern. subvar. deramosum Taran., Cел. и сем. люп.: 34 (1980), nom. illeg.
Lupinus luteus var. leucospermus Körn. ex Atab. Lupinus 151 (1962), nom. illeg.
Lupinus luteus var. leucospermus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 29 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. maculatus Zhuk. ex Atab., Lupinus: 151 (1962), nom. illeg.
Lupinus luteus var. maculosus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 28 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. melanospermus Körn. ex Atab. Lupinus 151 (1962), nom. illeg.
Lupinus luteus var. melanospermus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 28 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. niger Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 29 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. ochroleucus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 30 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. ramosus Merino, Algunas Pl. Raras 18-19 (1895).
Lupinus luteus var. sempolovskii Atab. Lupinus 151 (1962), nom. illeg.
Lupinus luteus var. sempolovskii Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 28 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. sinskayae Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 31 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. stepanovae Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 30 (1990).
Lupinus luteus var. sulphureus Atab. Lupinus 151 (1962), nom. illeg.
Lupinus luteus var. sulphureus Kurl. & Stank., Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135: 30 (1990).

Synonyms

Lupinus luteus var. albicans Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. arcellus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. aurantiacus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. aureus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus f. bernatzkayae Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus subvar. chloroticus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. citrinus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus f. compactus Kazim. & Kaz.
Lupinus luteus var. cremeus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. croceus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus f. golovczenkoi Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. kazimierskii Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus f. lukasheviczii Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. maculosus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. melanospermus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. niger Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus subsp. orientalis Kazim. & Kaz.
Lupinus luteus var. sempolovskii Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. sinskayae Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. stepanovae Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus var. sulphureus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus subvar. taranuchoi Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus f. ucrainicus Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus luteus f. volovnenkoae Kurl. & Stank.
Lupinus niger Wehmer

Distribution
Native distribution areas:
References
Primary references

Linnaeus, C. 1753. Species Plantarum. Tomus II: 722. Reference page.

Additional references

Kurlovich, B.S. & Stankevich, A.K. 1990. Interspecific diversity of three annual lupine species (Lupinus L.), pp. 19 –34 in: Bull. Appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed., vol. 135. Initial material, genetics, systematics and breeding of grain Legume crops. Leninglad, WIR.
Kurlovich, B.S. (ed.) 2002. [1] Lupins: Geography, classification, genetic resources and breeding. St. Petersburg, Publishing house "Intan" ISBN 5-86741-034-X , 468 pages.

Links

Govaerts, R. et al. 2021. Lupinus luteus in Kew Science Plants of the World online. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published online. Accessed: 2021 Jan 26. Reference page.
International Plant Names Index. 2021. Lupinus luteus. Published online. Accessed: Jan 26 2021.
Tropicos.org 2021. Lupinus luteus. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published online. Accessed: 26 Jan 2021.
Hassler, M. 2021. Lupinus luteus. World Plants: Synonymic Checklists of the Vascular Plants of the World In: Roskovh, Y., Abucay, L., Orrell, T., Nicolson, D., Bailly, N., Kirk, P., Bourgoin, T., DeWalt, R.E., Decock, W., De Wever, A., Nieukerken, E. van, Zarucchi, J. & Penev, L., eds. 2021. Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life. Published online. Accessed: 2021 Jan 26. Reference page.
USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Lupinus luteus in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed: 07-Oct-06.

Vernacular names
Ελληνικά : Λούπινο το κίτρινο
English: Yellow lupin
español: Lupino amarillo
suomi: Keltalupiini
français: Lupin jaune
Türkçe: Sarı acı bakla

Lupinus luteus is known as annual yellow-lupin,[1] European yellow lupin or yellow lupin. It is native to the Mediterranean region of Southern Europe.[2]

Distribution

It occurs on mild sandy and volcanic soils in mining belts. As a wild plant, it is widespread over the coastal area in the western part of the Iberian Peninsula, Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria, on the islands of Corsica, Sardinia and Sicily and in Southern Italy. It is most likely that in Israel and Lebanon it has turned wild. Cultivated in Northern Europe and the CIS (Belarus and Ukraine) as well as, on a smaller scale, in Western Australia and South Africa. Having previously been cultivated in southern France and on Madeira, it has turned wild there. Using combinations of such characters as the colour of the corolla, the carina's edge, vegetative organs and seeds, 18 varieties, 4 subvarieties and 6 forms have been identified.[3] The plant's yellow seeds, known as lupin beans, were once a common food of the Mediterranean basin and Latin America. Today they are primarily eaten as a pickled snack food.

Uses

Yellow lupin is mainly cultivated to feed livestock and poultry, and is also used as an ornamental plant.[4]
References

BSBI List 2007 (xls). Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland. Archived from the original (xls) on 2015-06-26. Retrieved 2014-10-17.
PFAF . accessed 10.21.2011
[1] Lupinus luteus L. (Yellow lupin)

Heuzé V., Thiollet H., Tran G., Lessire M., Lebas F., 2018. Yellow lupin (Lupinus luteus) seeds. Feedipedia, a programme by INRA, CIRAD, AFZ and FAO. https://www.feedipedia.org/node/23097

Kurlovich B.S. 2002. Lupins. Geography, classification, genetic resources and breeding, St. Petersburg, “Intan”, 468p. http://personal.inet.fi/tiede/lupin/
Gladstones, J.S. 1998. Distribution, Origin, Taxonomy, History and Importance. In: J.S. Gladstones et al. (eds.), Lupin as Crop Plants. Biology, Production and Utilization, 1-39.

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