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Medicago lupulina (Black Medic, sometimes spelled Medick or Meddick; also known as Black Hay, Black Nonsuch, Blackweed, etc.) is a summer annual or perennial plant usually considered a weed. It has a tap root. Like other legumes, it has three leaflets; its center leaflet is on a separate petiole. As with other legumes, nitrogen-fixing bacteria, known as rhizobia, are found in nodules on the roots.
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1. prostrate European herb with small yellow flowers and curved black pods; naturalized in North America
(synonym) hop clover, yellow trefoil, nonesuch clover, Medicago lupulina
(hypernym) medic, medick, trefoil
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