Pod more or less compressed, thinly septate between the seeds. Ovary many- ovuled; style incurved, filiform, beardless. Calyx “I- 15 in. Seeds , about 1 in. Pod turgid, in. Pod -7 by Calyx membranous with reticulate veins: Calyx campanulate; teeth long, lanceolate.
Ovary sessile, many-ovuled; style filiform, bearded. Leaves usually pinnate, less commonly digitate, rarely simple; leaflets often stipellate. Fairly common in sal areas, chiefly in glades; cattle and goats eat the leaves, but the pods are said to be poisonous for cattle. Calyx “I- 15 in. Ovary sessile or stipitate, 1-ovuled; style long, incurved, often persistent; stigma minute. Leaves imparipinnate, rarely 1-foliolate or digitately 3-foliolate; leaflets usually opposite; stipules small; stipels setaceous, minute, caducous or 0. Flowers reddish or dull white, clustered on tubercles in dense pedun- culate racemes, which are shorter than or sometimes as long as the leaves; peduncle often leaf-bearing; pedicels very short. Leaves pinnately 3-foliolate; common petioles sometimes prickly; stipels gland- like.
The leaves are used like tea by Mikirs and Abors. Herbs or under- shrubs. It differs by having shorter petioles, leaflets, solitary flowers on shorter peduncles and longer pods with seeds.
Stamens diadelphous ; style filiform, inflexed. Pod ‘ 6 in. Flower’s in axillary racemes: Calyx campanulate, almost truncate; the teeth being very short. Calyx not accrescent, lobes elongate. Pods moniliform, in. Racemes more densely flowered; flowers smaller, about -2 in. Pod not exceeding 4 in. The roots, leaves and seeds are used medicinally.
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Flowers on elongate racemes. A sparingly branched shrub ft. Calyx campanulate; teeth minute, subequal or the lowest longest. Probably occurs in the similar localities to that of Uraria hamosa; Aka Hills No.
A slender twiner with thinly hairy wiry stem. Leaves digitately 3-foliolate or simple, gland-dotted beneath, sometimes also above; stipules usually scarious with fine parallel veins. A shrub up to 6 ft. Pod sessile, turgid, 2-seeded.
Leaves imparipinnate; leaflets sub-opposite or alternate. Trees or shrubs, the latter erect or climbing. Pod usually 2 jointed; branchlets terete, finely grey downy. Leaflets many, rigid, deeply toothed, strongly veined; stipels 0.
A slender erect undershrub; stem usually unbranched, angled, downy when young. Leaves very variable; the lowermost simple, small, orbicular, followed by foliolate leaves with linear leaflets mixed with a few 1-foliolate ones; common petiole in.
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Leaves pinnately 3-foliolate; stipules herbaceous, sometimes fixed by the centre; leaflets sometimes palmately lobed; stipels subulate. Calyx deeply 2-lipped, the lips entire or faintly toothed. Racemes terminal, rarely lateral, simple, by ‘ 8 in.
Rixang hairy, standard and keel pubescent outside, specially towards the top. Bark rough, dark-brown or black, yellowish to reddish inside according to age. Seeds globose but with lateral depressions, mottled.
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Joints of pod less than twice as long as broad: Leaflets few or many, opposite, usually obliquely parallel nerved; stipels or minute. Racemes axillary and terminal, the latter often branched, in.
Calyx about in. A deciduous shrub usually up to 5 ft. Barnihat ; Heppua-teipi, Naga.