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Question 1:
What kind of animal is a Fabaceae?

Question 2: [4] and trees such as ________, mesquite and tamarind.
Carob treeSpanish languageSpainSicily

Question 3:
What period does the fossils of the Fabaceae come from?

Question 4:
What family does Fabaceae belong to?

Question 5: Many Fabaceae host bacteria in their roots within structures called ________.
RhizobiaActinorhizal plantNitrogen fixationRoot nodule

Question 6: Some, like ________, clover, vetch, and Arachis, are sown in pasture and grazed by livestock.

Question 7: The name 'Fabaceae' comes from the defunct genus Faba, now included into ________.
ViciaNoctuidaeVicia fabaGeometer moth

Question 8: Grain legumes are cultivated for their ________, and are also called pulses.
SeedFlowering plantFruitPlant

Question 9: Industrial farmed legumes include Indigofera, cultivated for the production of indigo, ________, for gum arabic, and Derris, for the insecticide action of rotenone, a compound it produces.
South AfricaAlbiziaFabaceaeAcacia

Question 10: Fabaceae or Leguminosae is a large and economically important family of ________, which is commonly known as the legume family, pea family, bean family or pulse family.
FernGymnospermEmbryophyteFlowering plant

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